Cor­nu­copia of cre­ative films on view at fes­ti­val

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ARTS & LIFE -

THE WNDX Fes­ti­val of Mov­ing Im­age winds up this weekend with a phan­tas­mago­ria of film and vis­ual arts. To­day, ad­mis­sion to events is free of charge. On the pro­gram: Open Call 3: Ill-Man­nered Cin­ema Cine­math­eque, 7 p.m. WNDX re­turns to its trans­gres­sive roots with this pro­gram of films from around the world and at home, in­clud­ing Winnipeg film­maker Leslie Sup­net’s an­i­ma­tion A Time Is a Ter­ri­ble Thing to Waste. So­lar Cof­fin and Lief Hall Frame Arts Ware­house, 9 p.m. Two “ex­panded cin­ema per­for­mances” in­cor­po­rat­ing mu­sic and vi­su­als in­cludes new work by lo­cal duo So­lar Cof­fin (Fletcher Pratt and Erik Larsen) and B.C. artist Lief Hall. Bring Your Own Beam Party Frame Arts Ware­house, 11 p.m. Any­one with a film of their own is in­vited to bring a pro­jec­tor and screen it on the walls of the Ross Street Ware-

house in a mul­ti­me­dia mash-up. ing per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ences in visu­ally rad­i­cal ways. Michael Snow 3 Cine­math­eque, 3 p.m. The fi­nal WNDX pro­gram of­fers up Michael Snow’s 1971 three-hour film

La Re­gion Cen­trale.

Leslie Sup­net’s A Time Is a Ter­ri­ble

Thing to Waste.

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