News & Events

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    New on 35mm – Traces/Legacy, by Scott Stark

    We are pleased to announce that Scott Stark’s most recent 35mm film is now available from Canyon Cinema Traces/Legacy (2015 | 9 minutes | COLOR | SOUND) A follow-up to my 2012 film Traces, Traces/Legacy uses a device called a film recorder to print a series of digital still images onto 35mm film. Discarded Christmas trees, […]

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    Canyon Cinema to receive a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and a $6000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

    Canyon Cinema Foundation Board of Directors and Staff are thrilled to announce that we will receive grants from the National Endowment for the Arts AND National Endowment for the Humanities in 2017.  These generous grants will support the Canyon Cinema 50 project and a Preservation Assessment of Canyon Cinema’s circulating film and historical document collections respectively.  This […]

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    December 15 // Canyon Cinema Salon with Adele Horne

    Please join Canyon Cinema on the evening of Thursday, December 15th, 2016 at 16 Sherman St for the next installment in our Salon series. We’re pleased to welcome filmmaker Adele Horne who will present an evening of films set in gardens and forests. “I am honored to come up with this dream program showing my films alongside work by Ernie […]

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    Now available in 16mm at Canyon : Prima Materia by Charlotte Pryce !

    Charlotte Pryce’s stunning hand processed Prima Materia is now available from Canyon Cinema. \ Prima Materia (2015 | 3 minutes | COLOR | SILENT) Hand Processed. Delicate threads of energy spiral and transform into mysterious microscopic cells of golden dust: these are the luminous particles of the alchemist’s dream. Prima Materia is inspired by the haunting wonderment […]

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Spotlight on Bruce Baillie

Mass for the Dakota Sioux
Mass for the Dakota Sioux by Bruce Baillie

Mass for the Dakota Sioux

A film Mass, dedicated to nobility and excellence.

Synopsis: The film begins with a short introduction - "No chance... More »