2006 Antimatter Underground Film Festival
Saturday, Sept 30, 2006, 3pm – Mechanical/Animal Memory
L’Étreinte (The Embrace), dir. Micheline Durocher
Elsewhere, dir. Luke Sieczek
Some Call It Home, dir. Roger Deutsch
Ashes, dir. Dianne Ouellette
Single, dir. Cara Marisa Deleon
Once Upon a Time… I Can’t Remember, dir. Sophie Farkas Bolla
Mechanical/Animal Memory, dir. Amanda Dawn Christie
L’éclat du mal / The Bleeding Heart of It, dir. Louise Bourque
Thereabouts, dir. Peter Byrne
Elegy, dir. John Warren
Jane’s Window, dir. Chris Kennedy
About Antimatter Film Festival
Antimatter exists to provide a public platform for underground productions of film and video — imaginative, volatile, entertaining and critical works that exist outside of the mainstream. It is a forum for innovative and radical ideas overlooked or marginalized by contemporary culture.
Antimatter is a noncompetitive series of screenings chosen by jury/curatorial committee.
Antimatter is the neutral ground designed to support the independent/individual voice regardless of the subversive or dangerous nature of its content, stylistic concerns or commercial viability.
Antimatter is dedicated to film and video as art. It is anti-Hollywood and anti-censorship.
Antimatter is a laboratory for audience development and education, exhibiting works in alternative venues, outside of the traditional black box of the cinema.
Antimatter is dedicated to producing quality documentation/interpretive materials for print and internet dissemination locally, nationally and internationally.
Antimatter screenings are presented to the public for nominal charge.