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Stephen Broomer and Michael Zryd

Gooselane Editions

23.5 cm x 17 cm x 2 cm


The first history of Canadian experimental filmmaking, Moments of Perception is a landmark book that maps avant-garde film across the country from the 1950s to the present, including its contradictions and complexities. Featuring a major essay on the history of the movement by Micheal Zryd and profiles of key filmmakers by Stephen Broomer and editors Jim Shedden and Barbara Sternberg, Moments of Perception offers a fresh perspective on the ever-evolving history of Canada's experimental film and moving image media arts.

Moments of Perception, Experimental Film In Canada

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