WATCH FILMS FROM THE IMAGES FESTIVAL FOR FREE!
For the duration of the 25th anniversary edition of the Images Festival (site), Toronto’s second oldest film festival and the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture, we’re presenting three films from the program worldwide — and for free!
At the AV Club, John Semley writes that Antoine Bourges’s medium-length film East Hastings Pharmacy is “a gripping watch, wondrously despondent without ever seeming miserable.”
In Monique Moumblow’s short, Charles, a young man delivers a monologue in Danish outlining a chronic series of disturbing actions and strange behavioral patterns attributed to his brother, Charles; and in Puhelinkoppi (1882-2007), Hope Tucker documents the final days of the last public phone booths in Finland.
The festival runs through Saturday, April 21, so you’ll want to watch these innovative films now!