DEAREST CHICAGO …

DEAREST CHICAGO, PLEASE LOVE ME!
YOURS TRULY, DETROIT
A Detroit Mini-Festival
Programmer Brandon Walley in person!

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Saturday, August 23rd at 6:00, 8:00, & 10:00 pm
$5 per screening or $10 for all

The NIGHTINGALE is delighted to host  Detroit filmmaker and programmer, Brandon Walley, to present 3 separate moving image programs that survey the cultural and physical landscape of Detroit from filmmakers that have lived there and created these works over the past decade. This mini-film-fest titled DEAREST CHICAGO, PLEASE LOVE ME! YOURS TRULY, DETROIT is a retort against the two extremes of content that usually dominate media about Detroit; that of exploitive ruin porn or the over-simplification that Detroit is quickly rising from the ashes.

 Brandon Walley is the Program Director for CORKTOWN CINEMA, the new incarnation of The BURTON THEATRE: an eclectic independent cinema that features art house, avant-garde, LGBT, foreign, local, and cult films. For the past six years he has also acted as the Regional Programmer for Media City International Film Festival in Windsor, Ontario. As a filmmaker, Brandon’s work has been received at film festivals and art exhibitions internationally.

This screening continues a dual city moving image dialogue. Last summer at Trinosophes in Detroit, The Nightingale’s Christy LeMaster presented CHICAGO LOVES DETROIT: Recent Short Film & Video Work from Chicago.

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BASEMENT MEDIA FEST

LO-DEF, LO-TECH, LO-FI
programmer LJ Frezza in attendance

Thursday, August 28th at 8:00 pm, $7 -10

THE NIGHTINGALE IS ECSTATIC TO BE BRINGING THE BASEMENT UP TO THE FIRST FLOOR. BASEMENT MEDIA FEST IS A SURVEY OF CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS WORKING WITH LO-DEF, LO-TECH, AND LO-FI MOTION PIX TECHNIQUES. FOUNDED IN RESPONSE TO HI-RES COMMERCIAL MEDIA AND CORPORATE-SPONSORED FILM FESTS, BASEMENT IS A CELEBRATION OF THE MEDIATED EXPERIENCE AS AN AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE. HASHTAG FUZZY / HASHTÅG GLITCHY / HÅSHTÅG  GRIMY.

///WARNING/// SUM OF THESE MOVIES FEATURE FLICKERING LIGHT AND RAPIDLY CHANGING MOTION. MAY CAUSE SEIZURES/MOTION SICKNESS. IF YOU HAVE TO SPEW, SPEW IN THIS.

Still from Tyler Tamburo – Cold Blood

/START PROGRAM:

House (Andy Birtwistle, 3:45, Digital)

I Am All Men As I Am No Man and Therefore I Am (Gilberto Alfredo Salazar­ Caro, 5:29, Digital)

Election Coverage (Chris Paul Daniels, 1:01, Digital)

Cold Blood (Tyler Tamburo, 3:24, Digital)

Queens Quay (Stephen Broomer, 1:11, 16mm)

[phrases] (Ben Balcom, 4:24, Digital)

Doubt #2 (Josh Lewis, 5:26, 16mm)

Smashed (Emma Varker, 3:53, Digital)

The HandEye (Bone Ghosts) (Anja Dornieden & Juan David Gonzalez Monroy, 7:09, 16mm)

[RGB] (N. Heppding, 4:30, Digital)

Seriously Delinquent (Dylan Pasture, 6:49, Digital)

The Way You Recognize It (Laura Thatcher, 1:32, Digital)

How to Draw Clouds (Salise Hughes, 2:20, Digital)

RIP Geocities (Faith Holland, 2:31, Digital)

Every Feature Film on My Hard Drive 3 Pixels Tall and Sped Up 7000% (Ryan Murray, 3:29, Digital)

holiday 13 (Jordan Lopez, 1:44, Digital)

Up (Scott Fitzpatrick, 4:47, Digital)

/END PROGRAM

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