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How Guy Maddin's Seances uses lost silent films to explore our personal ghosts

  13.07.18 11:26am

A strange fairy-tale is unfolding in an Old Montreal multimedia space, all of it being streamed live into an air-conditioned lobby. About 30 people have gathered in the PHI Centre to watch a scene from Guy Maddin’s latest film project being shot.

The story is here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/maddin-explores-the-then-and-now/article13286553/