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5/25

Telephone Tease: Experimental Short Films by Brittney Appleby

Telephone Tease: a screening of analog short films by artist Brittney Appleby.

Join us for an evening of experimental cinema! Each work delves into different handmade cinema
techniques such as mordançage, eco-processing, hand animation, film destroy, found footage,
chromaflex and optical printing.

Just added: Found footage 16mm and 8mm striptease films!

18+

The screening will be followed with an artist talk and Q&A
session with the artist.

Super 8 & 16mm Films

Garden Salad (2021)

Resting Place (2023)

The Missing Piece (2024)

Black Bird (2021)

Girl in Blue (2021)

When Colour Bursts Through (2019)

Femme Ruminations (2022)

Close to Home (2019)

Paris Model (2021)

Telephone Tease (2020)

~26 min runtime

dir. Brittney Appleby, digital projection

7:30 doors

8 PM screening

Brittney Appleby (she/they) is a queer interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker with a primary focus in experimental analogue film and photo techniques. Brittney works with 16mm, Super 8, 35mm photo film, Polaroid and wet plate collodion (tintype) photography. They are inspired by the materiality of analogue practices and incorporate their background in painting, drawing and printmaking into their films and photographs. Additionally, Brittney draws inspiration from nature by creating botanical cyanotypes and using plant based eco-developers to process film. Other common themes Brittney explores in their work are the body, chronic illness, femininity and memory.

Their work has been featured across Canada in WNDX Festival of the Moving Image, ACCESS Festival, and Gateway Film Festival and internationally in Hungarian Disability Film Festival in Budapest, CINEM’aMOSTr in Portugal, Silver Dusk 5 Festival in LA and most recently in Ljubljana, Slovenia for the Red Dawns 25th Annual Queer Feminist Film Festival. Brittney holds a Diploma in Fine Arts from Langara College and graduated with their BFA majoring in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Spring 2021. Brittney currently resides on the unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam First Nations, otherwise known as Vancouver, BC.

General Admission
Member Tickets