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Super Super 8: Experimental Works for Educational Environments
CFMDC Special Edition
DVD
Introduced as a home-movie format almost 40 years ago, Super 8 film remains a vital and accessible medium for filmmakers worldwide. This compilation of works by both emerging makers and lifelong Super 8 devotees provides a glimpse into the form, aesthetics and politics of  this popular but often overlooked gauge.
Canada / 3m / 2004 / Regular 8
8mm unsplit. Streetcars circle. The ferry leaves and returns in one gesture. Camera and character dance.
Canada / 12m / 2003 / Super 8
Increasingly separated from his place of birth, a 70-year-old Jewish native of Quebec fuses personal and historical memory to create a sense of belonging.
Canada / 7.5m / 2004 / Super 8
In this coming-out story, an honest and sincere letter is read from a daughter to her parents. 
Canada / 5.5m / 2003 / Super 8
Phelan confronts the possibility of losing his sight and tries to make sense of the memories trapped in pictures that are disappearing before his very eyes.
Canada / 2.5m / 1985 / Super 8
North American portrayals of Japan perpetuate the myths of Americanized culture, distorting and misrepresenting traditional values.
Canada / 8m / 1996 / Super 8
To protest the erosion of the city, the October Group inflates a 150’ long building using the air vents in front of Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square.
Canada / 6.5m / 2001 / Super 8
A hand-made film that explores a 21st-century ritual celebration: Toronto’s Gay Pride Parade (2000).
Canada / 12m / 1995 / Super 8
A travel log of a technical object keeping time on a big train. 4000 miles from Vancouver to Halifax with three frames of film shot for every mile.  
Canada / 3.5m / 1980 / Super 8
A performance with projector creates a dance of light.
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Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
32 Lisgar Street
Toronto ON Canada M6J 0C9
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 - 18:00
(416)  588 - 0725