SATURDAY, JUNE 11 | 5657 NORTH STREET | 9PM | 65 MINUTES | BUY TICKETS | BUY FESTIVAL PASSES
Experimental | Canada
You can not pay your bill. Your heat and lights are cut. You pay. The clocks initially flash 88:88. You set the clocks. You can not pay. You pay. 88:88. Repeat. 88:88. Cut. You stop setting your clock to the time of the world. You make do with suspension. 88:88.
Isiah Medina grew up in Winnipeg and lives in Toronto. He studied at Concordia University and made his directorial debut with the short, Semi-Auto Colours, followed by Time is the Sun. 88:88 premiered at Locarno, screened at TIFF, and was named one of Film Comment’s “Top Undistributed Films of 2015.” 88:88 is his first feature.
A Q+A with Isiah Medina will follow the screening.