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CFMDC FEE SCHEDULE CHANGES
Rental (single screening)
Educational Sale (DVD/VHS)
Under 5 min.
5 to 15 min.
15 to 30 min.
30 to 45 min.
45 to 60 min.
60 to 90 min.
Fees on individual film pages may not yet reflect these updated fees as we make this transition. Please refer to this schedule, along with additional info on our How to Rent, Buy or Preview A Film information page.
Philip Hoffman - 2016 Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts Winner
Congrats to CFMDC filmmaker, Philip Hoffman!
Philip Hoffman is one of the most influential experimental film artists working in Canada today. He has created a remarkable and sustained body of media art over nearly four decades in that has had an immense impact on several generations of Canadian experimental filmmakers and digital moving image artists.
His enduring impact is seen in the development of personal filmmaking, techniques of hand-processing and artisanal production, and the method of process cinema. His work combines sensitively observational documentary aesthetics, attentive to small gestures and humanist themes, with innovative forms of cinematic experimentation. Hoffman’s inquiry is tied to a deep sense of social responsibility and a profound commitment to pedagogy and to community.
– Michael Zryd, Associate Professor, Department of Cinema & Media Arts, York University
INFORMATION FOR PROGRAMMERS/CURATORS: CFMDC NEW WORK
We are currently migrating our full-length previews to a new platform.
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CFMDC Scholar In Residence Announcement
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Read Stephen's Newest Entry
Hybrid by Jack Chambers, 1966
The Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) is very excited to welcome member filmmaker and scholar, Stephen Broomer, as our inaugural Scholar In Residence. This residency will focus on the founding years of the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre 1967-1975 and include research, critical writing, screenings and a publication. Future residencies will continue to explore the diversity of the CFMDC collection and histories.
Call for proposals will be made in the spring of 2016
For Information: Genne Speers, Scholar in Residence Coordinator & Operations Manager // email@example.com