Saturday, March 16, 2013

Holy shit! NEW YORK EYE AND EAR CONTROL at the Cinematheque

Just discovered with a jolt that, somewhat hidden in this month's listings for DIM - the Cinematheque's experimental cinema program, in this case curated by Eli Bornowsky - is a double bill of two very interesting-sounding, if rather different, films: a recent James Benning, Twenty Cigarettes, AND an experimental film by Michael Snow, the ESP-Disk soundtrack of which is known to free jazz heads worldwide. I have never heard of a public screening in Vancouver of New York Eye and Ear Control - and what descriptions I find online aren't exactly statements of praise - but it's still kind of a must-see, regardless...

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