Cellular Cinema

an artist-run screening series for contemporary experimental film on film, video and expanded cinema since 2014

CC17 – All Roads Leave Winnipeg (10/4/16)

Cellular Cinema and The White Page Gallery co-host a special screening of work by Canadian experimental filmmakers Aaron Zeghers, Scott Fitzpatrick and Clint Enns.

The location for this event is 3400 Cedar Avenue, in South Minneapolis!

Join experimental / expanded filmmakers Scott Fitzpatrick, Clint Enns and Aaron Zeghers, as they flee the ravaged streets of their fair Winnipeg, in search of a warmer, more exotic climate to present their work. “All Roads Leave Winnipeg” is 5-date film tour featuring expanded cinema performances and single channel films by three of Winnipeg’s most notorious cine-stars, Scott Fitzpatrick, Aaron Zeghers and Clint Enns.”


Holland, Man. [2015, 20min, 16mm + Super 8 + Digital + Live Sound]

The dissolution of the family farm is seen both intimately but also as microcosm of the modern industrialized world. Nature is contrasted with industrial might in this sentimental and existential portrait of one’s own family.

Everything Turns… [2016, 12min, Super8]

Scientific tradition is adopted then eschewed for rumours, legends and defunct theories from across the ages. As the days turn to night and the seasons pass, the camera pens a year-long record of space, movement and the passing of time in historic locations around the world.

Lost Images Found: a photo talk by Clint Enns

By creating an archive of found images and working in the milieu of found footage appropriation, the artworks created are an attempt to resurrect abandoned cultural artifacts.

The Everden 2013, pxl2000, 16:33 (B&W, Stereo)

Conflicted emotions about the city. Fears and anxieties surrounding movement and travel. Fragile dreams become nightmarish realities.

Dingbat’s Revenge [2015, 7 min, 16mm]

Can an experimental animator follow contemporary Hollywood logic? Dingbat’s Revenge is a coded, stroboscopic manifesto pitched somewhere between abstraction and representation.

Second Star [1x16mm, ~20min]

Black and white text is laser-printed onto clear 16mm film, assembled into loops and translated into rhythm and tone by an analog projector.


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