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The Short Films of Kazik Radwanski + Q&A
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Cutaway, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2014, 7 min.

We’re delighted to welcome Canadian filmmaker Kazik Radwanski to LSFF for a retrospective of his short film works. A founder of MDFF (Medium Density Fibreboard Films), a production and distribution company that also functions as a film collective, Kazik has been heralded as one of the progenitors of the Toronto New Wave. Director of feature films Tower (2012) Heavy is the Hammer (2015) and Anne at 13,000ft (2019), Kazik regularly collaborates with actor Deragh Campbell, filmmaker Sofia Bohdanowicz and MDFF co-founder Dan Montgomery.

These short films the nuance of complicated characters in a singular minimal verité-style, often made on a lean budget. These intense studies are often almost uncomfortably intimate; a close-up of an anxious face, a day in the life of a labour-hewn hand and its owner, the morality of kindergarten friends when one of them gets into trouble. Kazik joins us for the screening in conversation.

Assault, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2007, 11 min.
Princess Margaret Blvd., dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2008, 14 min.
Out In The Deep Blue Sea, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2009, 16 min.
Green Crayons, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2010, 11 min.
Cutaway, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2014, 7 min.
Scaffold, dir. Kazik Radwanski, Canada 2017, 15 min.

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated, and start with a 10 min. curated selection of trailers.

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