It will be an anniversary commemorated with tin. After a decade of celebrating the work of our peers, a decade of artists programming other artists, we reflect on the occasion by molding a metal screen. This modest, symbolic material represents the spirit of necessity that motivated the founding of WNDX: bringing innovative experimental work to our community. Originality and a sense of discovery have always been key. And though new members join and founding members move on, our collective remains committed to celebrating the most challenging, often overlooked media artworks, and ensuring that artists are always paid for their...
We at WNDX are very pleased to be welcoming Crispin Hellion Glover to Winnipeg for the 10th anniversary of our WNDX Festival of Moving Image!Mr. Glover will present his Big Slide Show, in which he will perform a one hour dramatic narration of eight different profusely illustrated books he has made over the years. The images from the books are projected behind him during the performance. Following each performance we will screen his two transgressive, avant garde feature films and the evenings will conclude with a Q&A period and book signing with his books available in the lobby.Tickets are $15 (General Admission) or $10 (Students,...
The event is as easy as pie: shoot a 3 min, 20 sec Super-8 film in one take and you’re one! No movie will ever be easier to make!2015 marks the 10th year we have partnered with the Winnipeg Film Group in bringing the One Take Super-8 Event to Winnipeg.The premise is simple. Participants sign up on a first come, first served basis and do not need to have any previous filmmaking experience. The $25 participation fee is used to cover the material costs associated with participation: film stock, processing, shipping and digital transfer. Films are then shot in one take (no cuts, no splices – the only type of editing that is allowed is in-camera...
Darryl Nepinak burst onto the Winnipeg filmmaking scene in the early 2000s and has since created a radical canon of satirical short films that are as big-hearted as they are scathing. Socially engaged and committed,[...]
Exhibition: Friday, September 11 – Saturday, October 24 Opening Reception: Friday, September 11 @ 8 PM Artist Talk: Sunday, September 27 @ 4 PMWNDX in collaboration with PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts is pleased to announce[...]
The familiar becomes the alien, the real versus the fabricated. A motley of cinematic encounters are concocted through disparate forms of landscape. Here we question place, as well as how one fits into place. Join us[...]
We are pleased to welcome to Winnipeg, multifaceted American artist, Crispin Hellion Glover, whose career has been marked by some film portrayals of wonderfully eccentric people, such as George McFly in Back to the Future,[...]
Experimentation and animation collide exploring colour, weird underwater worlds, bag headed aliens and the origins of Santa Claus’ son. Featuring films for kids and made by kids. How to Care for IntrovertsLeslie Supnet | Ontario 2[...]
Tracing the natural world through the real as well as imagined scientific and technological advances. Image abstractions derived through archaic technologies, radioactive processes, and polluted representations. A frightening and real foreboding of a world falling[...]
Abstracted imitations, frantic aggregations of found images, transmogrifications and the reshaping of castaway footage. These revisitations inquire within the matter of seeing to configure the most surreal worlds, architectural reflections, heartwarming epilogues, and imagine into[...]