Registration Open for Analogue Resilience: A Film Labs Gathering (Toronto)

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The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) is excited to announce that we will be hosting a gathering of analogue film labs and filmmakers here in Toronto, Canada, taking place May 25 – 30, 2023Our intention for this gathering is to create spaces and situations for artist-run labs, collectives, and filmmakers to share with and learn from each other through collaboration and conversation.

The gathering is centered around the theme Analogue Resilience. Analogue, to invoke the material qualities of the film medium, as well as an embodied way of working. Resilience, in reference to the continued vitality of this form of filmmaking; and to the community of people whom filmmaking survives through, who continue this practice in contexts and locations in which they encounter resistance.

The film labs gathering will involve a variety of programs, including workshops, discussions and demonstration sessions that registered participants can sign up for during the gathering. Sign up for events will be open until they reach capacity, registration for workshops will take place exclusively on-site at LIFT once the gathering has begun.

To register visit

Following a review of our FAQ section, questions can be emailed to:
LIFT Special Projects and Film Labs Gathering Coordinator Helen Lee at [email protected]
Subject Heading: General Registration: Analogue Resilience – A Film Labs Gathering


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