150 Seconds of Ontario Film Festival

150 Seconds of Ontario Film Festival – PART ONE: Hand-Processed & Experimental


150 Seconds of Ontario Film Festival

April. 7th, 2017 from 7pm-10pm
228 James St. North, Hamilton ON
*seating is limited

As the inaugural event for the 150 Seconds of Ontario Film Festival, the Factory Media Centre presents an evening of films created by established Ontario filmmakers in recognition of the 150th anniversary of our country. We want to highlight the amazing filmmaking talent our province has to offer while inspiring a new generation of filmmakers. On April 7th, 2017, we will screen a program spotlighting hand-processed and experimental films that explore nature, place and memory in our great Ontario landscape. Please join us for an artist discussion with filmmakers: Barbara Sternberg, Josephine Massarella and Kelly Egan prior to the screening to hear about their filmmaking processes and how our province’s rich culture and history has inspired their practice and work.

Featured Films:

· Athyrium Filix-Femina, Kelly Egan, 2016
· Far From, Barbara Sternberg, 2014
· Time Being I-IV & Time Being VI, Barbara Sternberg
· Light Study, Josephine Massarella, 2014
· Tree, Shelley Niro. 2006
· All That Is Solid, Eva Kolcze, 2014
· Poem, Dan Browne, 2015
· Crashing Skies, Penny McCann, 2012
· By The Time We Got To Expo, Eva Kolcze & Phillip Hoffman, 2015

Announcements will be made at this event about upcoming screenings featuring work by Ontario filmmakers, free filmmaking workshops, AND the ‘150 Seconds of Ontario Filmmaking Competition’!

This event has been sponsored by the Ontario150 Community Celebration Program and the City of Hamilton to support the Factory Media Centre in commemorating and celebrating Ontario’s 150th anniversary in 2017.