1131 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7
November 12 – December 17, 2015
Over the next six weeks, The Cinematheque in Vancouver is hosting an incredible season of films in collaboration with Monte Clark Gallery. "Motivated by Jeff Wall’s history as a former film programmer at The Cinematheque, Traces That Resemble Us invites twelve prominent Vancouver-based artists to each program a film that has been influential to his or her practice, and to exhibit artwork for a corresponding group exhibition." This exciting event includes a wide range of classic, cult and off-beat films selected by the aforementioned Wall, alongside Rodney Graham, Myfanwy MacLeod and Stan Douglas, among others. The first two features, Contempt and Dog Day Afternoon selected by Ian Wallace and Dana Claxton respectively, will be shown this evening, with a new pairing screened every Thursday until December 17th.