DIM Cinema

Moving-image art in dialogue with cinema.

Programmed by Michèle Smith, co-editor of the art journal Drawing Room Confessions and Assistant Curator at Presentation House Gallery.

www.dimcinema.ca

 

Current Showings

DIM Cinema and SFU Gallery present the first of two programs that consider architecture as geological formation and experimental laboratory.
DIM Cinema and SFU Gallery present the second of two programs that consider architecture as geological formation and experimental laboratory.

Recent Screenings

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.
Co-director Maki Berchache’s experience of leaving Tunisia after the 2011 Jasmine Revolution acts as the entry point for this poetic essay film.
FILMMAKER IN PERSON! Children occupy a defunct worker-managed factory in Vancouver-based artist Althea Thauberger's 2014 film.
Thom Andersen's experimental biopic of the proto-filmmaker, preceded by a short motion study by the British collage artist John Stezaker.
Two rarely seen videos highlight the impact of language, translation, and silence on the work of artists Mike Kelley and Ryan Trecartin.
Mike Kelley’s subversive, feature-length video is composed of live-action recreations of carnivalesque high-school yearbook photographs.
DIM Cinema opens its 2016 season with Ghanaian-born British artist-filmmaker John Akomfrah’s epic film about the African diaspora to post-war Britain.
Organized in partnership with Presentation House Gallery, this program features works by West Coast artists from 1961-76.
This Remembrance Day, DIM Cinema presents an immersive essay film on the nature of war, terror, and resistance; memory, loss, and forgetting.