The Toronto International Film Festival announced its plans for this year’s Future Projections program, comprised of seven installation-based works with “inspired connections to the history and the culture of cinema.” Presented outside the cinema space and throughout Toronto, Future Projections will include an array of moving-image talent, visual artists Glenn Ligon, Margaux Williamson and Samuel Chow, multidisciplinary artist Clive Holden and Marco Brambilla, and film directors Srinivas Krishna and Philip Haas. The seven installations will be offered as free, non-ticketed events. “With Future Projections 2008 we are continuing to explore new film-based art forms and the diversity of ideas with dynamic links to film culture, says Noah Cowan, Artistic Director, Bell Lightbox, in a statement. “Bell Lightbox will be a year-round incubator for ideas, and inspirations and we will look forward to fostering new experiences and relationships.” The festival runs September 4-13, 2008. [Peter Knegt]
iW NEWS | Toronto To Present “Future Projections”
iW NEWS | Toronto To Present "Future Projections"
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