S.P.A.N.E 2021

Curated by Johannes Zits

Working in nature, interacting with it or just being there can be inspiring. These activities may also spark one’s imagination and create the potential for performances. Capturing these performances opens the possibility for its ephemerality to be revisited and shared. S.P.A.N.E. (Screening of Performance Art in the Natural Environment) was originally conceived ten years ago as a platform for collectively viewing and discussing videos of performances collectively. S.P.A.N.E. 2021, is curated by artist/curator Johannes Zits, whose own practice shares an affinity with cultures in which humanity is seen as continuous with nature.

Zits will present a selection of diverse works where the performers are interacting within a natural setting. Each of the videos presented at SPANE 2021 will reference one of the four basic elements: WATER, AIR, LAND and FIRE. 

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RPL Film School , Curated by Laurie Townshend


Film School brings together audiences and film experts together for screenings and live discussions about selected films and the important topics they raise.  For the first grouping of Film School screenings for 2021, RPL Film Theatre has invited Laurie Townshend to curate a series of short films which will be screened on Vucavu at the beginning of each month from January to March. Join us in watching and discussing the films together!

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Filmmaker in Focus Series

Dana Inkster
Marjorie Beaucage


The Regina Public Library (RPL) Film Theatre, in partnership with VUCAVU and the Dunlop Art Gallery, is pleased to present a curated selection of works that showcase the work of independent filmmakers that have particular resonance with our local context. The RPL Film Theatre screens the best of world cinema. We have something for everyone, and are the only cinema in the city to consistently present critically-acclaimed new releases and repertory cinema.

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