DIM Cinema

Moving-image art in dialogue with cinema.

Programmed by Michèle Smith, co-editor of Drawing Room Confessions.

www.dimcinema.ca

 

Current Showings

Perception, temporality, and the visible are explored in Montreal-based artist Olivia Boudreau acclaimed work.
The second program in our tribute to Peter Hutton, the influential American filmmaker and educator who died last June.
As part of Canada on Screen, DIM Cinema presents a free screening pairing two canonic works of Canadian experimental film.

Recent Screenings

The first program in our tribute to Peter Hutton, the influential American filmmaker and educator who died last June.
Canadian artist Melanie Gilligan's feature-length work revolves around a device that allows people to feel one another's embodied experience.
K8 Hardy's first feature film is a record of the dress codes of a radical lesbian underground. Programmed by Tobin Gibson and Kara Hansen.
The profound influence of Marie Menken on American experimental cinema is explored in this program of 16mm films.
A program of 16mm films from one of the most original, irreverent, and eccentric experimental filmmakers of the 1960s and '70s.
DIM Cinema and SFU Gallery present the second of two programs that consider architecture as geological formation and experimental laboratory.
DIM Cinema and SFU Gallery present the first of two programs that consider architecture as geological formation and experimental laboratory.
A double-bill program of solo and collaborative films by American-born filmmakers Gabriel Abrantes and Benjamin Crotty.
The latest video by acclaimed local artist Isabelle Pauwels is preceded by Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price's 2006 work.