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@IFCOFilm thanks @DerickFage @daytimeottawa for promoting Filmmaker Eh! mobile app http://t.co/bI0g1vIDWK pic.twitter.com/8FRmHDFyje — Indie Filmmaking (@IFCOFilm) June 25, 2015   IFCO’s Executive Director, Patrice James, and Interim Technical Director, Brandon Ng, were thrilled to have an exciting opportunity to appear on Daytime Ottawa on Rogers TV with hosts Derick Fage and Roula Thomas, to promote

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Expanded Cinema: A Cinema of Liberation!

Posted on April 30, 2015
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Expanded Cinema: A Cinema of Liberation! By Rébecca Mamane In my opinion, the “expansion” of cinema relates to the novel and innovative use of all elements which pertain to the moving image, including the manipulation of the physical medium, the method of public presentation, the palette of filmmaking techniques applied, and even the literal expansion

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Cinema Expanded

Posted on April 13, 2015
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by Patrice James Various experimental filmmakers are lauding and embracing the concept of Expanded Cinema as it relates to film; these avant-garde film artists are leading the charge; attempting to create an antithetical cinematic experience.  As the commercial film industries both in North America & globally continue to be the ‘pushers’ of new digital technologies

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Intermedia and The Identity of Film

Posted on April 10, 2015
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Intermedia and The Identity of Film By Sasha Vreca “What is your understanding about the notion of expanded cinema in the 21stcentury as it relates to the film medium?”   Upon trying to answer this question I found myself in a total state of mind fog, unable to articulate with full confidence my thoughts on

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EXPANDED CINEMA? 21st century?

Posted on April 10, 2015
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Expanded Cinema? 21st century? Dave Johnson The term Expanded cinema was first used in the mid 1960’s by artists Carolee Schneemann and Stan Vanderbeek to describe their multimedia performances. Later, in the early 1970’s, a book titled “Expanded Cinema” was published by Gene Youngblood. Expanded Cinema, simply argued, is the form of motion picture projection or

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