This episode features two interviews! Filmmaker Lori Felker chats with Eric Hill (Coordinator of Collections and Digital Engagement) about the Independent Visions screening of FUTURE LANGUAGE: The Dimensions of VON LMO in the first half. For the second half, Jeremy Mohr of the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists chats with Sarah Pitman (Education Assistant of Dunlop Art Gallery) about the upcoming Saskatchewan on Screen Series showing Tuesday, February 4th at 6:30pm.
FUTURE LANGUAGE: The Dimensions of VON LMO is a distorted portrait of a rock ‘n roll alien by Lori Felker a filmmaker, artist, teacher, programmer and performer. Currently based in Chicago, Felker’s work has been screened at numerous international festivals. This film screened on January 9th.
Saskatchewan on Screen: Archival Film, Video, Preservation is presented in partnership with Archives Week 2020. Learn about Saskatchewan’s vibrant history as told through film and video from collections of the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina Archives and Special Collections. Experts will also talk about the challenges and importance of film preservation.