Two More Films from C&P Faculty to Hit Festivals.

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Two More Films from C&P Faculty to Hit Festivals.

September 02, 2014

Dr. Deborah Tudor's Waveland has been selected for the 17th annual Antimatter [Media Art] International Film Festival, October 17 to November 1, 2014 in Victoria, BC, Canada. (View Deborah Tudor's Profile.)

Salt Lines by Associate Professor Cade Bursell will screen as part of the "Collaborating with Nature" program of films to be held in Seattle on Oct. 5th as part of the Northwest Film Forum "Local Sightings" Festival.  One of the features of this presentation will be a brief academic contextualization of the work from Johanna Gosse.  Johanna is a scholar of experimental cinema who recently completed her doctorate in art history with a dissertation on Bruce Conner's films. (View Cade Bursell's Profile.) 

About AntiMatter:
Dedicated to the exhibition and nurturing of diverse forms of media art, Antimatter is one of the premier showcases of experimentation in film, video, audio and emerging timebased forms. Encompassing screenings, installations, performances and media hybrids, Antimatter provides a noncompetitive setting in Victoria, British Columbia, free from commercial and industry agendas.

Since 1998, the quality and creativity of its programming, commitment to audience development, and respect for artists and their work have made Antimatter one of the most important media arts events in Canada, and the world.

The 17th annual Antimatter runs October 17 to November 1, 2014, an extended timeline to allow for an expanded focus on media installations.
About Northwest Film Forum:
Northwest Film Forum is Seattle's premier film arts organization, screening over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offering a year-round schedule of filmmaking classes for all ages, and supporting filmmakers at all stages of their careers.

Our cinemas showcase the best in American and international cinema, as well as unique live multimedia performances. Past highlights include a 27 film retrospective of Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu that included ten commissions for live musical scores; over a decade of the Local Sightings Film Festival, celebrating achievements in filmmaking from the Northwest; an annual Children's Film Festival Seattle with movies from over 80 countries; a screening and discussionof the making of Rebel Without a Cause with screenwriter Stewart Stern; and the strongest music film programming in the nation.