Assistant Dean Harry Killas Curates 'The Image Before Us: A History of Film in British Columbia - Take 2'
Posted on January 18, 2016 | Updated June 10, 2019, 11:07AM
The Image Before Us is The Cinematheque's multi-year series of screenings presenting histories of film in BC.
Following the success of last year’s first season, "The Image – Take 2" shifts its focus to new themes and sub-themes: autobiography, family, the immigrant experience, American-Canadian relations, and sex.
This season's films include:
Warclouds in the Pacific, a 1941 Oscar-nominated documentary short produced by the National Film
Board as part of “Canada Carries On,” a series of morale-boosting
wartime propaganda films (introduced by curator, Harry Killas), screens with Jim Carney's Immigrant Impressions, and Bruno Lazaro Pacheco's Swingspan - January 18
Gwen Haworth's (filmmaker in attendance) She's a Boy I Knew, screens with Associate Professor Peg Campbell's (filmmaker in attendance) Your Mother Should Know - January 25
Zale Dalen's (filmmaker in attendance) Skip Tracer, screens with ECU alumnus Victor Ballesteros's short, VVOOLLVVOO - February 1
Sandy Wilson's (filmmaker in attendance) My American Cousin, screens with her 1975 short, Pen-Hi Grad - February 22
Jack Darcus' (filmmaker in attendance) Deserters, screens with Emily Carr alumna Kristen Turcotte's animated short, Brücke - February 29
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