CATE Spring 2013 Season Starts Feb 14!

Posted by | Amy Beste | Posted on | January 25, 2013

Still from Who's Your True Love (Karen Yasinsky, 2003). Courtesy of the artist.

Conversations at the Edge begins its Spring 2013 season on Valentine’s Day!  We’ll be celebrating with a program of short, geographically-sweeping films by Fern Silva, named one of the “top 25 avant-garde filmmakers for the 21st century” in Film Comment magazine.

Additional highlights will include appearances by Karen Yasinsky (2/21), Darko Fritz (2/28), Hannes Schüpbach (4/4), Rosa Barba (4/11), and Eric Fleischauer and Jason Lazarus with the world premiere of their 2013 film twohundredfiftysixcolors (4/18).  We’ll also take a new look at the work of pioneering Chicago video artist Phil Morton through the eyes of contemporary new media artists (REMIX IT RIGHT, 3/7), catch up on work featured at the Toronto International Film Festival’s celebrated Wavelengths sidebar with curator Andréa Picard (WAVELENGTHS, 3/21), and explore some of the visionary short films produced by the L.A. Rebellion with scholar Jacqueline Stewart (L.A. Rebellion, 3/28).

Check out the full line-up here!

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