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The Images festival was founded in 1987, originally conceived as an alternative to the Toronto Festival of Festivals (now known as Toronto International Film Festival). Originally titled Northern Visions, the inaugural board included Kim Tomaczak, Paulette Phillips, Ross Turnbull, Marc Glassman, Annette Mangaard, Richard Fung, and Jeanine Marchessault. Since 2005, Images has also presented international tours of Canadian media artists.
Images is the largest festival of experimental film and video in North America.
Premieres held at the Images festival include:
- Matthew Barney's Cremaster,
- Clive Holden's Trains of Winnipeg,
- G. B. Jones's The Lollipop Generation,
- Zacharias Kunuk's Nunaqpa,
- Barbara Sternberg's Like a Dream that Vanishes,
- Andrew Norman Wilson's Sidewalk Stories
- Whyte, Murray (10 April 2014). "Images Festival brings compelling experimental film and video to Toronto". Toronto Star. Retrieved 12 September 2015.
- About the Images Festival
- Sternberg, Barbara (1989). "On (experimental) Film". barbarasternberg.com/Publications/ON%20(ex)%20FILM%20May%201989.htm.
- Muredda, Angelo. "The 2013 Images Festival Brings Experimental Film to Toronto Audiences". Torontoist. Retrieved 13 September 2015.
- "AGO Partners with Images Festival to Feature Jon Sasaki Installation in its Toronto Now Series". Art Gallery of Ontario. Retrieved 13 September 2015.
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