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The One Take Super 8 Event is back again for its third edition on Vancouver Island! Join us for the world premiere of 22 new analogue movies presented LIVE on celluloid Super 8 film at Metro Studio Theatre or online.

Super 8 film took the world by storm in the 1960s and 70s as an accessible way to make “home movies.” Today, the format remains an analogue escape from our digital world. The One Take Super 8 Event began in the year 2000 in Regina SK, and since then it has inspired the creation and screening of over 1,000 films in more than 50 locations around the world.

Earlier this summer, participants from Victoria and the surrounding region answered the open call to participate in a fun, non-competitive, community-driven filmmaking and screening opportunity. They were given a camera, a roll of film, and one week to create their own 3-minute Super 8 movie. The only catch: no editing. The filmmakers had to shoot their scenes in order with no second chances, and they’ll witness their work for the first time along with an audience at the community screenings. Soundtracks are optional, created separately from the film and manually cued up on the night.

Friday 14 October 2022
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Saturday 15 October 2022
7:00pm PT
Metro Studio Theatre – 1411 Quadra Street
Or watch from home on YouTube
$5 tickets

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Please note the same film program will run on both nights.

Online screening will premiere on October 14th at 7:00pm PT and films will be available to view on-demand until 11:59pm PT on October 16th.

CineVic acknowledges and respects the long history of the Lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking people, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, as well as the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations, on whose traditional and unceded territory we carry out our activities.

Thank you to our event sponsors:
Niagara Custom Lab
MediaNet / FLUX Gallery
Antimatter Media Art Festival

CineVic gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the City of Victoria, Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, and the CRD Arts & Culture Support Service.

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