Erotics of Attention: The Films of Ellie Epp

IMA faculty Ellie Epp is being featured on CinemaSpace as part of its new series, PARALLAX VIEWS, February 12 at Montreal’s Segal Centre. CinemaSpace is very excited to present four 16mm films by filmmaker/writer/philosopher Ellie Epp at Montreal’s Segal Centre’s new series PARALLAX VIEWS. In addition to the screeing of four 16 mm films she created, she will introduce British artist Lis Rhodes’ film Pictures on Pink Paper. Ellie’s four films to be presented include Trapline, Current, Notes in Origin and Bright and Dark. Read more about this event, and particularly, Ellie’s discussion of film, her sense of the erotic and the theory and feeling behind them here.
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