The Films And Videos Of Madi Piller: Shock, Fear, And Belief

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Saturday, December 3, Doors 7:30pm / Screening 8pm
$8/ $5 Members + Students
@ Cinecycle, 129 Spadina Avenue
Co-presentation with CFMDC & TAIS

Madi Piller has worked diligently and with a great appetite for the past fifteen years,working up her hybrid chops, mix-mastering a rigorous, emulsion-based formalism with a commitment to process and the joys of seeing. She was one of the first Super 8 filmmakers in Colombia, and tonight’s program will open with a glimpse of her earliest work, and the phenom who called herself Shakira. When Piller moved to Canada she raised the flag for animation, and made a brace of shorts that feature sometimes harrowing political recollections, carefully reworked, run through generations of frame by frame laser printings or else hand-painted frames, shuttling between film formats, working to find the feeling tone of recollection. The centerpiece of this retrospective is the world premiere of her new trilogy, a landscape of memory shot in her native Peru, where she reanimates the grounds of her seeing in a materialist rapture.

Shakira Music Video, 1981, 1 minute, DV

Vive Le Film, 2:13 minutes, 2006, 35mm

Animated Self-Portraits/Autoportraits Animés, 8:49 minutes, 2012, 35mm

Toro Bravo, 3:40 minutes, 2007, 35mm

7200 Frames Under The Sun, 3:20 minutes, 2011, dual projection, Super 8, digital projection (silent)

Chambre de Torture 1944, 2:29 minutes, 2003, 16mm

Anonymous, 1855, 1:28 minutes, 2005, DV

Bacchanal, 15 minutes, 2014, Super 8 @ 18fps (silent)

Untitled, 1925 Part Three, 11 minutes, 2016, 16mm -> DV

Untitled, 1925 Part Two, 8:45 minutes 2016, 16mm -> DV

Untitled, 1925 Part One, 7 minutes 2016, 16mm -> DV
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By: Pleasure Dome