It's Alive!

It's Alive!

I’ve discovered the secret to life…itself! Monsters will rise and the dead will walk among us at our second annual Kinocular Vision Halloween screening on October 13, 2015. First you’ll be given an hour-long tour of horrors as we screen a menagerie of creepy clips, short films and music videos. Then come up to the lab to see what’s on the slab: it’s our tribute to the late Christopher Lee in the form of Horror Express (1972), directed by Eugenio Martin!
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Strange things can happen out on the road. So stick out your thumb and catch a lift to our November 10, 2015 screening, where we’re going to be mixing the themes of travel and film noir. We’ll start with a convoy of short films, music videos and cinema ephemera, and then we’ll gun it to our final destination: a screening of Detour (1945), directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
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The year is drawing to its end, and so too is our screening series in Ottawa! That's right, our December 8, 2015, screening is going to be the final instalment of Kinocular Vision in Ottawa, and we're going all-out with a holiday bash like no other. First it's an hour of short films, weird clips and awesome music videos, then we're following it with the main event: a one-night exclusive engagement...a very special screening of Stunt Rock (1980), directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith! It's Spinal Tap meets Jackass, and it's not to be missed. So hang up the mistletoe, grab your electric guitar, and crank the volume. We're sending off the year in style!
Kinocular Vision is Ottawa's finest film screening series, held every second Tuesday of the month at the Avant-Garde bar (135 1/2 Besserer St, downtown Ottawa). Each screening is centered around a theme and divided into two sections with an intermission in between. The first half of the night is a showcase of a selection of eclectic clips, music videos, and short films from filmmakers both local and from around the world. The second half of each screening is a featured cult film, with a focus on the obscure and largely unknown gems of the cinematic universe. There will be food, drinks, and plenty of film discussion to go around. No admission fee, all are welcome!