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Hey this is Samir, the one and only, and I just want all the babes to know, I’m thinking of you, and only you. 

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Regional Support Network presents:Everyone’s A Little Queer: A Program of Experimental Film and Video from Portland, OregonThursday, April 24 18, 8pm Videofag (187 Augusta Avenue) (co-sponsored by Videofag) Short films & videos by Portland moving image artists curated by Ben Popp of EFFPortland PROGRAM:Entrance - Stephen SlappeDear Peter, Yaks - Orland Nutt Rocky’s Moves From The Fight Scene In Rocky  - Chris FreemanI’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up - Sam Pirnak10950 - Kiri Hargie A Thauma-Tale - Ben Popp The Bog People - Bob MoriczAngel Cloud - Leif AndersonDelicious - Justin Whomever Counter’s Edge - Dylan McDaniel Sexy Noir - Ben Popp & Kenny Reed Spending All My Money - Kelly GoellerDear Peter, Goats - Orland Nutt  Mermaid Blues - Hannah Piper Burns Constellation - Jodi DarbyLazslo Lassu - Ben PoppTorn - Qathi HartSahara in Stereo - Sharita TowneNebraska - Julie PeriniTriangles - Ben Popp  Motel - Andrew Klaus  Charles Bronson Says - Karl Lind    The Porno - Justin Whomever

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Regional Support Network presents:
Everyone’s A Little Queer: A Program of Experimental Film and Video from Portland, Oregon
Thursday, April 24 18, 8pm
Videofag (187 Augusta Avenue)
(co-sponsored by Videofag)

Short films & videos by Portland moving image artists
curated by Ben Popp of EFFPortland

PROGRAM:
Entrance - Stephen Slappe
Dear Peter, Yaks - Orland Nutt
Rocky’s Moves From The Fight Scene In Rocky - Chris Freeman
I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up - Sam Pirnak
10950 -
Kiri Hargie
A Thauma-Tale - Ben Popp
The Bog People - Bob Moricz
Angel Cloud -
Leif Anderson
Delicious - Justin Whomever
Counter’s Edge -
Dylan McDaniel
Sexy Noir -
Ben Popp & Kenny Reed
Spending All My Money -
Kelly Goeller
Dear Peter, Goats -
Orland Nutt 
Mermaid Blues -
Hannah Piper Burns
Constellation -
Jodi Darby
Lazslo Lassu - Ben Popp
Torn -
Qathi Hart
Sahara in Stereo -
Sharita Towne
Nebraska -
Julie Perini
Triangles -
Ben Popp 
Motel -
Andrew Klaus 
Charles Bronson Says -
Karl Lind   
The Porno - Justin Whomever

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Slow Moves

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Weird Old Winnipeg: Shorts Program

Various | Canada | 2008-2014 | 61 minutes | May 6 9:30pm VIFF Vancity Theatre 

Calling all Pegcity ex-pats, friends, fans, and foes of Canada’s strangest city! In honour of the 40th anniversary of the mighty Winnipeg Film Group, DOXA has lined up a flavourful collection of films from some of the city’s most visionary filmmakers including Jaimz Asmundson and Karen Asmundson (Citizens Against Basswood), Dave Barber (Will The Real Dave Barber Please Stand Up), Walter Forsberg (Fahrenheit 7-Eleven), Ryan McKenna (Controversies), Matthew Rankin (I Dream of Driftwood), Leslie Supnet (Animated Heavy Metal Parking Lot and Spectroscopy), Rhayne Vermette (J. Werier), and Aaron Zeghers and Nigel Webber (11 Parking Lots and One Gradual Sunset).

Each of these filmmakers, in their own unique way, throw out the tired old definition of documentary, and offer in its place a veritable extravaganza of flatlander form, fuelled by bizarre humour, keen observation, and a knack for the deeply peculiar. That inimitable prairie sensibility is hard to capture in words, but you know it when you feel it. Like a brain freeze from a Slurpee in a North End 7-Eleven (fun fact: Manitoba is Slurpee capital of the world), or that certain gravy-laden aroma à la Salisbury House. From lonely parking lots to abandoned emporiums; cranky citizens, colourful cityscapes, animated metal heads, and Burton Cummings impersonators, the one thing these films have in common, whether it be in the form of exaggerated narrative or fragmented abstractions, is their attention to the overlooked, and even forgotten elements of the city. DOXA itself was born from the unique vision of a certain Winnipeg gal named Kris Anderson, and we’re very happy to celebrate the wonderful weirdness of the city, in all its gonzo glory, right here in Vancouver. -SC

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Get rich or die trying.”

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