Images Festival

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Images Festival
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Images Festival is a yearly event devoted to independent and experimental film, video art, new media and media installation that takes place each spring in Toronto. It was founded in 1987, originally conceived as an alternative to the Toronto Film Festival.[1] Since 2005, Images has also presented international tours of Canadian media artists.[1]

Images Festival has premiered work such as Matthew Barney's Cremaster, Clive Holden's Trains of Winnipeg, G. B. Jones's The Lollipop Generation, Zacharias Kunuk's Nunaqpa and Barbara Sternberg's Like a Dream that Vanishes. Andrew Norman Wilson's Sidewalk Stories As well, retrospectives of filmmakers such as Harun Farocki, Richard Fung, Nelson Henricks and Louise Bourqe have also been featured.


  1. ^ a b About the Images Festival

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