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OPENING at Onion City
Curated by: Patrick Friel
5243 N. Clark St.
Chiacgo, IL


June 22nd, 2008 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
 
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mm color film with sound, 25 min
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mm color film with sound, 25 min.
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mm color film with sound, 25 min.
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mm color film with sound, 25 min.
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mm color film with sound, 25 min.
OPENING, Madison BrookshireMadison Brookshire, OPENING,
2007, 16mmm color film with sound, 25 min.
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> QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Screening
WEBSITE:  
http://www.chicagofilmmakers.org/index.h...
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside main areas)
EMAIL:  
info@chicagofilmmakers.org
PHONE:  
773.293.1447
TAGS:  
experimental, film, music, 16mm, chicago
COST:  
$8.00 general; $7.00 students; $4.00 Chicago Filmmakers’ members.
> DESCRIPTION

OPENING, a 16mm film with live music, will screen at the 20th Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival.

OPENING uses imagery from overlooked spaces, like off-ramps, alleys and overpasses, to reflect upon the shadow cast by the city.

3 Chicago-area musicians, Lee Weisert, Katie Weigman and Caroline Davis, will accompany OPENING.

Sunday, June 22, 3:30pm at Chicago Filmmakers (5243 N. Clark St.)
GROUP SHOW 4

For the Unseen
Chi Jang Yin (2007, 11 mins., video, US): Fact, fiction, and memory merge and blur in a familial conversation on a train.
Opening
Madison Brookshire (2007, 25 mins., 16mm, US): “Using everyday images of overlooked spaces, Opening reveals the city in the landscape and the landscape in the city.” (MB)
Two/2
Peter Bo Rappmund (2008, 7 mins., 16mm, US, World Premiere): A dynamic, abstract exploration of image/sound relationships, extrapolated from Léonin’s Magnus Liber Organi.
Discoveries on the Forest Floor 1-3
Charlotte Pryce (2007, 4 mins., 16mm, US): “Three miniature, illuminated, heliographic studies of plants, observed and imagined.” (CP)
Ring
Robert Todd (2007, 15 mins., 16mm, US): “A reflection of the eternal internal, rippling through and along with waves of light.” (RT)
Untitled Seaway Studies
Paul Lloyd Sargent (2008, 8 mins., video, US, World Premiere): A camera let loose on the St. Lawrence River.
Green Cameraless
Robbie Land (2007, 5 mins., 16mm, US): Handmade cinema of street lamps, rocket ships, and water towers.
(75 mins.)

 

Onion City's whole, incredible schedule can be found here:

http://www.chicagofilmmakers.org/onion_fest/onion.html


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