Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street
F-O-R-M FESTIVAL OF RECORDED MOVEMENT
Tickets: Passes are Pay what you can, sliding scale $5-$70.
When: September 13 - September 18, 2021
Additional Info: Co-presented by SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs
Experience the future of movement-on-screen at F-O-R-M 2021! This year’s Festival of Recorded Movement takes place online, co-presented by SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs. Join us from September 13-18 for film screenings, workshops, and artist talks that bring together the youth and emerging artists who are expanding, interrogating, and redefining the form.
F-O-R-M 2021 features 20 short films from 9 countries around the world, and 9 world premieres from 11 youth and emerging commissioned artists. From meditations on connection and resilience in a world cut off by a pandemic, to whimsical character studies, and innovative use of technology, the F-O-R-M 2021 line-up will blow you away. Watch the trailer here.
The All Access Pass is your ticket to everything F-O-R-M has to offer! On sale now, pay-what-you-can sliding scale $5-$70 (free community tickets also available).
Followed by pre-recorded conversations with the filmmakers, facilitated by members of the F-O-R-M 2021 Artistic Committee. Commissioned Artists’ world premiere screenings on Friday and Saturday will be followed by live, ASL-interpreted artist talkbacks.
Tuesday, September 14 at 3:30pm PDT - ASL interpreted
Friday, September 17 at 3pm PDT - ASL interpreted
Monday, September 13 at 3pm PDT
Building Collaborative Processes for Movement-on-Screen - with Karmella Benedito De Barros, Lexi Mellish Mingo, Kyana Lyne, and Siam Obregón
Wednesday, September 15 at 7pm PDT
Wednesday, September 8-Friday, September 10 at 10am PDT
Monday, September 13 at 9am PDT-Sunday, September 19 at midnight
F-O-R-M + Pedestrian Protest - in-person curated film exhibition at Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite
Saturday, September 18 at 2pm PDT
Technology and Interaction: Opening Tour of the Venus Art Gallery - film screening and talk with commissioned artist and V.A.G. Curator Darya Mikhaylyuk
We acknowledge that this event take place on the Traditional Coast Salish Lands including the Squamish (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw), Tsleil-Waututh (səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ) and Musqueam (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm) Nations. Viewers may be watching from other territories.