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Interviews

1.

Stan Brakhage at the Cinémathèque Québecoise, Montreal, January 27-28, 2001 Part 1: “Death is a Meaningless Word.”

2.

Stan Brakhage at the Cinémathèque Québecoise, Montreal, January 27-28, 2001 Part 1: “Death is a Meaningless Word.”

3.

In a perfect world Peter Mettler would be a household name. Unfortunately it isn't. Stefik takes you on a journey with one of Canada's lesser known gems, filmmaker Peter Mettler

4.

If ever the term “Renaissance Man” applied, it would be to Michael Snow. Most artists would be pleased to have made inroads into one art, but Snow is a strange beast, extending his creative talons into music, painting, sculpting, photography, and film (are you dizzy yet?). So as ecstatic as we were to have one hour with Snow out of his extremely busy schedule, we realized given his prodigious achievements....

5.

Often overlooked in action cinema, the art of choreography gets its due. Includes an interview with Hong Kong choreographer Loon Sheng.

6.

An interview with Chilean director Silvio Caiozzi.

7.

An interview with Montreal-based filmmaker Roshell Bissett on her first feature, the horror film Winter Lily.

8.

PhD candidate Morissette follows up last month's interview with another brief chat with the late, great Phil Serling.

9.

An interview with film legend William K. Everson.

10.

An interview with long time Cinefester and film historian Leonard Maltin.

11.

An interview with Cinefest founder Phil Serling.

12.

Offscreen presents an interview with Italian cinematographer Guiseppe Lanci, who has worked with such greats Andrei Tarkovsky, Nanni Moretti, and Marco Bellochio. (Italian version).

13.

Offscreen presents an interview with Italian cinematographer Guiseppe Lanci, who has worked with such greats Andrei Tarkovsky, Nanni Moretti, and Marco Bellochio.

14.

Early in 2001 Hors Champ presented a 4-day event featuring a selected program of vintage works by one of America's leading visual artists, experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. Nicolas Renaud recounts what was for many an extremely moving 4-day aesthetic experience.

15.

Offscreen presents this probing interview with the Brothers Quay, conducted in Trieste, Italy.


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