Once again, Northern, the Olympia All Ages Project, will be providing Northern Flickers events.
Support and celebrate the art of filmmaking!
Three evenings of screenings, three weeks in a row all at 7pm:
Thursdays: 1/29, 2/6, and 2/13
Each show runs about an hour
All free all ages all donations to the artists
All power to the people
See all three featurettes in the Ima Plume Trilogy by Nancy Andrews of Bar Harbor, Maine plus every durn episode of Variable Area Television Network by Lori Felker of Chicago, Illinois
Thurs. 1/30/14 @ 7pm
Monkeys & Lumps by Nancy Andrews
It Doesn’t Matter by Lori Felker
Thurs. 2/6/14 @ 7pm
The Dreamless Sleep by Nancy
Working with Nature w/ Adrienne by Lori
Thurs. 2/13/14 @ 7pm
The Haunted Camera by Nancy
Take Me There: Let’s See It! by Lori
plus! at random moments sprinkled amidst the serializings:
Hedwig Page, Seaside Librarian by Nancy
Business Leisure News Information by Lori
about the artists:
Lori Felker chose Filmmaking as her official second language in 2003-ish, bumping German into third place. Eventual fluency is important to her, so she employs many forms/formats, practices frequently with others, and tries hard not to shy away from expressing her thoughts on human behavior, participation, frustration, failure, in-eloquence and political irritants. Lori has many lives to live simultaneously. They currently live, make films/videos, teach, project, program, and compulsively collaborate in Chicago.
The work of Lori has screened at the Rotterdam International Film Festival; NYFF: Views from the Avant-Garde; VideoEx, Zurich; Ann Arbor Film Festival; Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Montreal; Curtas Vila do Conde Film Festival, Portugal; Glass Curtain Gallery, Chicago; LA Filmforum; Echo Park Film Center, LA; BAMcinemaFest, Brooklyn; Wexner Center for the Arts; MassArt Film Society; MuHKA_media, Belgium; Boston Underground Film Festival; Video Fest, Dallas; Florida Experimental Film Festival; Space Gallery, Pittsburgh.
She is/was an Illinois Arts Council Artists Grant recipient, a Wexner Center Artist in Residence, an Experimental Sound Studio Artist in Residence and a Fulbright Fellow.
Nancy Evelyn Andrews lives on the coast of Maine, where she makes films, drawings, props and objects. She works in hybrid forms combining storytelling, documentary, animation, puppetry, and research. Her characters and narratives are synthesized from various sources, including history, movies, popular educational materials and autobiography.
She has been the recipient of grants and fellowships including: the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, LEF New England Moving Image Fund, Illinois State Arts Council, The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art (supported by the Jerome Foundation and New York State Council on the Arts), and National Endowment for the Arts.
Her work has been presented by the Museum of Modern Art, Pacific Film Archive, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Jerusalem Film Festival, Flaherty Seminar, Nova Cinema Bioscoop, Brussels, Belgium, and Taiwan International Animation Festival, among others.
Six of her films are in the film collection of the Museum of Modern Art and one is in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Film Collection.
She studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received a Master of Fine Arts in 1995, and her undergraduate studies were at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, BFA, 1983. Nancy is currently on faculty at the College of the Atlantic where she teaches video making, animation, time-based arts and film studies.