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Lethbridge, AB
T1J 5H2, Canada
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Film & Video

20
Nov

The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers 7:30pm Free

The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers in conjunction with LIFS - Lethbridge Independent Film Society

Watch locally made short films and then participate in a question and answer panel with the directors.

Monday, November 20, 7:30pm to 9pm
Approximately 30 minutes of films
Cash bar and popcorn

Films:
Teri Petz - Shadows - Àrnyak. 4m15s
Charlie Christensen - Scarlet Gloves. 3m20s
Charlie Christensen - Murphy. 12m
JP Marchant - Lockdown. 5m
Jeff Bingley - Music Video. 5m

Teri Petz is a Videographer and Photographer in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She creates videos in English and Hungarian, also German and Croatian music videos and has an extended collection of video footage taken in Canada, Hungary and Belgium.

Charlie Christensen is an up-and-coming producer and director from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. His previous work as a director won an Award of Distinction from the Canada Shorts Festival in New Brunswick. Always looking forward, Charlie hopes to cultivate and help grow a thriving film community in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta.

A lifelong cinephile, JP Marchant began producing movies after taking a filmmaking course at FAVA in Edmonton several years ago. Since then he has worked on nearly a dozen independent film sets and shot several of his own award-winning films. He is currently freelancing as a videographer, director, editor and colour grader, while also working towards his Fine Arts graduate degree at the University of Lethbridge.

Jeffrey Bingley is a creative director, engaging communities in social transformation through documentary, narrative and art film. Using a StoryBridging process developed through his thesis, Jeff initiates productions that address conflict surrounding migration, culture and heritage. Jeff also works as a grip on various industry productions through IATSE 212 and is a Technical Director of sports simulcasts with Teleview/International Sound.

Please visit www.lifs.ca to learn more about the Lethbridge Independent Film Society

Category: Film & Video
  Add to Calendar http://casalethbridge.ca/event-detail/1837 Nov 20 7:30pm 9 The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers The Gallery at Casa Presents: A Screening of Local Filmmakers in conjunction with LIFS - Lethbridge Independent Film Society Watch locally made short films and then participate in a question and answer panel with the directors. Monday, November 20, 7:30pm to 9pm Approximately 30 minutes of films Cash bar and popcorn Films: Teri Petz - Shadows - Àrnyak. 4m15s Charlie Christensen - Scarlet Gloves. 3m20s Charlie Christensen - Murphy. 12m JP Marchant - Lockdown. 5m Jeff Bingley - Music Video. 5m Teri Petz is a Videographer and Photographer in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She creates videos in English and Hungarian, also German and Croatian music videos and has an extended collection of video footage taken in Canada, Hungary and Belgium. Charlie Christensen is an up-and-coming producer and director from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. His previous work as a director won an Award of Distinction from the Canada Shorts Festival in New Brunswick. Always looking forward, Charlie hopes to cultivate and help grow a thriving film community in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. A lifelong cinephile, JP Marchant began producing movies after taking a filmmaking course at FAVA in Edmonton several years ago. Since then he has worked on nearly a dozen independent film sets and shot several of his own award-winning films. He is currently freelancing as a videographer, director, editor and colour grader, while also working towards his Fine Arts graduate degree at the University of Lethbridge. Jeffrey Bingley is a creative director, engaging communities in social transformation through documentary, narrative and art film. Using a StoryBridging process developed through his thesis, Jeff initiates productions that address conflict surrounding migration, culture and heritage. Jeff also works as a grip on various industry productions through IATSE 212 and is a Technical Director of sports simulcasts with Teleview/International Sound. Please visit www.lifs.ca to learn more about the Lethbridge Independent Film Society
Price: Free
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28
Jan

Mimosas, Muffins & Movies: IDA APPLEBROOG 10:30am Admission by donation

Mimosas, Muffins and Movies
Spend Sunday morning watching an Art Documentary in your PJ’s with mimosas and muffins at Casa. Bring a sketchbook to capture inspiration.

Sunday, January 28, 10:30am - 12:30pm, ATB Financial Community Room, Casa
Admission by donation, Mimosas $5, Pyjamas optional

IDA APPLEBROOG (Directed by Beth B, 2016, 70m)
This deeply personal portrait of acclaimed New York–based artist Ida Applebroog was shot with mischievous reverence by her filmmaker daughter, Beth B (Exposed). Born in the Bronx to Orthodox Jewish émigrés from Poland, Applebroog, now in her 80s, looks back at how she expressed herself through decades of drawings and paintings, as well as her private journals. With her daughter’s encouragement, she investigates the stranger that is her former self, a woman who found psychological and sexual liberation through art. As Beth B finds a deeper understanding of her mother as a human being, Applebroog shares a newfound appreciation for her own provocative work.

15
Apr

Mimosas, Muffins & Movies: PATRICK NEU - SALAMANDER COMPLEX 10:30am Admission by donation

Mimosas, Muffins and Movies
Spend Sunday morning watching an Art Documentary in your PJ’s with mimosas and muffins at Casa. Bring a sketchbook to capture inspiration.

Sunday, April 15, 10:30am - 12:30pm, ATB Financial Community Room, Casa
Admission by donation, Mimosas $5, Pyjamas optional

PATRICK NEU - SALAMANDER COMPLEX (Directed by Stéphane Manchematin and Serge Steyer, 2014, 80m)
The French artist Patrick Neu lives in a remote island village to the north of the Vosges, far from all of the central focal points of the art world. He creates his pieces slowly, with the patience and precision inherited from Flemish artists. He works with materials not often found in the world of art: bee wings, soot on glass, ink sculpture, butterfly wings, shed snakeskin, eggshells, painting on ashes. One day, the director of the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris pays him a visit: after following his work for fifteen years, he wants to commission him with his first individual exhibition. Neu accepts, but on the condition that he will not have to change his methods in any way. The film follows him as he leaves the safety of his studio and prepares to produce his exhibition in Paris.