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Symposium 2014

10th Annual Brakhage Center Symposium 2014

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Thank you for a great symposium…!

The 10th Annual Brakhage Center Symposium with Guy Maddin and JJ Murphy ended this weekend with a panel discussion between our distinguished guests, Shira Segal, and Reece Auguiste on Guy Maddin’s work and the independent filmmaking process. Over the course of 3 days the Symposium hosted three feature film screenings with the IFS, a screening […]

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Symposium 2014 Program

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  10th Annual Brakhage Center Symposium Program  

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Special Screening of JJ Murphy’s “Print Generation”

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SPECIAL SCREENING of  JJ Murphy’s Print Generation (1973-74, 16 mm, color/sound, 50 min.) Friday, March 7th at 3:30 PM (ATLAS 102)  with JJ Murphy Newly available in a meticulously restored print by the Academy Film Archive, Print Generation is J.J. Murphy’s seminal exploration of film and memory. Taking one minute of footage and re-printing it fifty times, Murphy pushed the […]

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Symposium 2014 Schedule

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The 10th Annual Brakhage Center Symposium 2014 Schedule Thursday, March 6th 7:30 PM (VAC 1B20) Guy Maddin presents… As a prequel to this year’s Symposium, the International Film Series is screening Nightmare Alley (1947, 35mm, 110 min) by Edmund Goulding Friday, March 7th (ATLAS Black Box) 10:00 AM An all-day long installation by director Guy […]

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Guy Maddin

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Guy Maddin’s body of work is as beautiful as it is confounding and delirious. He incorporates the language of past cinema, with which he is most intimately familiar from his countless hours of film viewing, and combines this with a pre-cinematic sensibility learned from the books he voraciously devours. A man of prodigious intellectual appetites, Maddin’s […]

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JJ Murphy

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J.J. Murphy has had his work screened at prestigious showcases, film festivals, and major art museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Anthology Film Archives, the Museum of the Moving Image, the National Gallery of Art, The Austrian Film Museum (Vienna), The Barbican Film Centre (London), […]

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