ARTHUR CANTRILL and CORINNE CANTRILL

EXHIBITIONS, SCREENINGS &
COMBINED CURRICULUM VITÆ

At Kino Arsenal, Berlin, in 1985

In the following, MIMA = Modern Image Makers’ Association. WEA = Workers’ Education Association. CAE = College of Advanced Education. RMIT = Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, later RMIT University. • denotes personal employment details. * denotes publishing activity and film print sales.

Corinne Cantrill was born in 1928, Arthur Cantrill in 1938, both in Sydney, Australia.
They were educated at Fort Street Girls’ High School and Sydney Boys’ High School, respectively.

1954-65: •Arthur Cantrill worked in puppetry at the Clovelly Puppet Theatre (unpaid), and was active in the Puppetry Guild of NSW, being elected as a Vice-President in 1960. He and Corinne Cantrill worked at the childrens’ creative leisure centres of the Childrens’ Library and Crafts Movement (later renamed The Childrens’ Creative Leisure Movement), in Sydney. Arthur Cantrill directed the Movement’s Clovelly Puppet Theatre for one year and participated in production of films on child art and crafts made by the Movement for ABCTV, and devised and presented three schools telecasts on puppetry for ABCTV in 1959.
Corinne Cantrill set up the Queensland Division of the Movement in Brisbane, and Arthur Cantrill moved to Brisbane in 1959 to assist her. 
Arthur Cantrill was engaged first as Film Cutter/Splicer, then Film Editor with ABCTV in Brisbane, finally in charge of Film Editing Section, until 1965. 
In Brisbane, A. & C. Cantrill made a series of eleven, ten-minute films on child art and crafts for the Movement which were shown on ABCTV. Two series, The Odyssey (Homer’s epic using shadow puppets) and Kip and David (with a puppet bush elf), and then the experimental films Mud, Kinegraffiti, Galaxy, Nebulae and the five Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture studies, as well as a half-hour childrens’ film, Zoo, with an animated sequence, were all shown on ABCTV.

1965: Brisbane, July 23: Five Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture films shown at the Conservatorium of Music.
- - - - - - - - - - August 7: Mud, The Odyssey #10, Banksia Serrata, Zoo, Galaxy, Kinegraffiti, Robert Klippel– Drawings, and five Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture films shown at Testimonial Screening arranged by Brisbane Cinema group, just before Cantrills’ departure for London.
•In London Arthur Cantrill was film editor with Halas and Batchelor Cartoon Films and then the BBC, first in Current Affairs and then in Documentary Dept, until 1969.
London, Sept. 16-18: Robert Klippel – Metal Construction and Junk Sculpture 1 and 2 shown at Commonwealth Film Festival.
- - - - - - Sept. 27-29: Robert Klippel – Drawings, Kinegraffiti, Along the Beach, Boy in the Garden, Banksia Serrata, Casuarina Equisetifolia shown at Commonwealth Film Festival.
- - - - - - Sept. 30-Oct. 1: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture 3 and 4 shown at Commonwealth Film Festival.
Cardiff, Sept. 29: Kinegraffiti shown at the Cardiff Commonwealth Film Festival.
London, Nov. 18: Five Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture films, Robert Klippel – Drawings, Kinegraffiti, Nebulae, Galaxy shown at Institute of Contemporary Arts.

1966: Brisbane, April 30 & May 7: Robert Klippel –Junk Sculpture 1964 and Metal Construction 1960 shown at First Brisbane Film Festival.
Melbourne, Nov.: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture 1964, AFI Special Award: Special Mention for Music

1967: London, Jan.24: The Incised Image and Dream screened at Editions Alecto, 27 Kelso Place, W.8.
Brisbane, June 25, 26 & 27: The Incised Image, Dream, and Adventure Playground shown at Second Brisbane Film Festival (June 23-29).

1968: London, April 4: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska premiered at National Film Theatre with Red Stone Dancer .
Brisbane, April 4: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Red Stone Dancer shown at 3rd Brisbane Film Festival.
Cambridge UK, May 17: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Red Stone Dancer, & Henri Gaudier-Brzeska – Drawings shown at Churchill College, Cambridge University.
Paris, April 18: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at UNESCO-arranged screening.
Toronto, May 26 & 27: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at Art Gallery of Ontario, 6th International Film Festival
Venice, June 20: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at 8th International Exhibition of Films on Art ( 29th Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica, Biennale di Venezia.)
London, July 7: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Red Stone Dancer, and other art films shown at Arts Laboratory
- - - - - - date unknown: public screening at Paris-Pullman Cinema Club.
- - - - - - Aug. 19, 20: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at International Short Film Week at National Film Theatre.
- - - - - - Aug. 23: Red Stone Dancer shown at International Short Film Week at National Film Theatre.
- - - - - - Aug. 25: Dream shown at International Short Film Week at National Film Theatre.
- - - - - - Oct. 8: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown on BBC Television 1.
- - - - - - Dec. 6-8: lecture-screenings on young filmmakers/underground cinema for St. Albans Film Society weekend course at Pendley Manor. Sydney Ubu films (provided by Bruce Bereford, BFI) and several  Cantrill films shown including Gold and Moving Statics as works-in-progress.
Great Britain, 1968-70: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown in two Arts Films tours organised by The Arts Council of Great Britain, The Welsh Arts Council and The British Film Institute.

1969:  London, March 4: Moving Statics premiered at Academy 3 Cinema.
Amsterdam, March 21 & 22: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Red Stone Dancer, four Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture films, Mud, Moving Statics shown at Toneelmuseum, Kriterion and Micro Theater.
Oberhausen, March 28: Moving Statics shown at Oberhausen Film Festival Information Screening.
Brisbane, May 3: Moving Statics shown at 4th Brisbane Film Festival.
Sydney, May 14: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Red Stone Dancer, Moving Statics, Imprints, Dream, The Odyssey episode, Banksia Serrata, Kinegraffiti, Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture, 1964, shown at screening arranged by Ubu Films.
Cracow, May: Moving Statics shown at Festival of Short Films.
•Took up a Fellowship in the Creative Arts at The Australian National University, Canberra, to work in experimental film and to lecture in the history of avant-garde film. Began working in Expanded Cinema, gave multi-screen projection and film-performances at which The Burning Screen and The Water Screen premiered.
Melbourne, June 21: Moving Statics shown at the 1969 Melbourne Film Festival.
Canberra, June 26: Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture, 1964, Kinegraffiti, The Incised Image, Dream, Moving Statics, Red Stone Dancer, and Imprints shown at ANU Film Group screening, Coombs Lecture Theatre.
Canberra, FUD 69 premiered at Festival of University Drama.
Paris, Oct. 5, 15, 25: Moving Statics shown at 6th Biennale de Paris.
Canberra, Nov. 28-30: History of Avant-Garde Film, to the early fifties, weekend course for ANU Centre of Continuing Education, including painting on film workshop which made Calligraphy Contest for the New Year.

1970: Canberra, Feb. 24: FUD 69, Home Movie – A Day in the Bush, Bouddi, Eikon shown at ANU Film Group.
Canberra, Feb. 26: Get Your Eyes Open!– Expanded Cinema / 3-screen show at Childers St. Hall, ANU. Premiere of White Orange Green as a 3-screen work.
Amsterdam, March: Calligraphy Contest for the New Year shown at Cinestud ‘704th International Festival of Student Films.
Canberra, April 10-12: History of Avant-Garde Film, second weekend course for ANU Centre of Continuing Education.
Melbourne, May 2: Mass Screening of Experimental Films, based on the ANU avant-garde film weekend course, including Cantrill films, at Menzies College Theatre, La Trobe University.
Canberra, May 30: A.C. gave paper at Film Censorship Seminar at Academy of Sciences.
Edinburgh, Aug. 23-Sept. 12: Bouddi shown at 24th Edinburgh International Film Festival .
Canberra, Sept. 2: Harry Hooton premiere plus 4000 Frames and Earth Message, at Canberra Film Society and ANU Film Group at The Copland Lecture Theatre, ANU.
Adelaide, Sept. 3: Harry Hooton and Earth Message shown at Flinders University.
- - - - - - - -  Sept. 3: Harry Hooton and Earth Message shown at University of Adelaide Film Society.
Perth, Sept. 7: Dream, Red Stone Dancer, Moving Statics, FUD 69, Bouddi, 4000 Frames, Eikon, shown at Octagon Theatre. Harry Hooton  and Earth  Message shown at second screening.
Melbourne, Sept. 10: Harry Hooton  and short films sown at the Ethel Swinburne Centre, Hawthorn for Swinburne Film School.
Melbourne, Sept. 11, 12: Harry Hooton, FUD 69, Home Movie, Eikon, White Orange Green, Bouddi, Earth Message, 4000 Frames, New Movements Generate New Thoughts shown at University Union for the Melbourne University Film Society.
Melbourne, Sept. 14: Harry Hooton and short films shown at Union Theatre, Monash University.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 15: short films shown at National Gallery Art School.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 16: Harry Hooton shown at La Trobe University Film Society.
Sydney, Sept. 21, 22, 23: Harry Hooton and other films shown at Sydney University.
- - - - - - -Sept. 24: Harry Hooton shown at Macquarie University.
- - - - - - -Sept. 28: Harry Hooton shown at University of NSW.
Canberra, Oct. 8: Perception – screening of ‘op-art’ films at ANU, viewed through coloured filters.
- - - - - - - - Oct. 16: An Evening of Expanded Cinema including  3-screen films: Fragments, Gold Fugue, Room, Pink Metronome, The City and outdoor events: The Burning Screen and Water Projection, at Childers St. Hall, ANU.
Canberra, Nov. 1: Harry Hooton, Earth Message and other titles, shown at Center Cinema.
Melbourne, Nov. 26: Earth Message won a Silver Award and The Alan Stout Award 2nd Prize ‘for the most creative entries’, in the AFI Australian Film Awards, State Film Theatre, 1970.
Melbourne, Nov. 27: Harry Hooton, Earth Message and other titles shown at Melbourne Arts Co-op Building, 321 Nicholson St. Carlton.

1971: (Note: many of the screenings given at Melbourne high schools during 1971, 1972 and 1973 are not recorded.)
 Melbourne, Jan. 31-May 14: began an 18 week season of Living Cinema at The Maze music venue, Flinders Street; screening Australian independent film and giving live Cinemapoetry events with Garrie Hutchinson.
- - - - - - - - - Feb. 8 to 27: 3-week exhibition of Expanded Cinemafor the National Gallery of Victoria at the Age Gallery.
- - - - - - - - -March 29: screening at University of Melbourne Fine Arts, for Basil Gilbert’s class.
- - - - - - - - -March 31: Moving Statics shown at Prahran College of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -April 8: New Movements Generate New Thoughts, Blast, Milky Way Special, White Orange Green, Meditations, Earth Message shown at University of Melbourne, Students’ Union, Guild Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -April 18: Cinemapoetry at The Maze, Flinders St.
Brisbane, April 21: Eikon, Home Movie, 4000 Frames, Harry Hooton shown at Schonell Theatre, arranged by Brisbane Film Festival.
Brisbane, April 22: Bouddi, Milky Way Special, Meditation shown at Schonell Theatre, arranged by Brisbane Film Festival.
Melbourne, April 29: Harry Hooton shown at The Maze.
- - - - - - - - - May 5: Expanded Cinema shown at Ivanhoe Grammar School.
- - - - - - - - - May 6: short films shown at La Trobe University, Pat Edgar’s class.
- - - - - - - - - May 9: early and recent European and US avant-garde films shown and discussed at The Maze.
Canberra, May 18: Expanded Cinema at Aquarius Festival of University Arts, Melville Hall, ANU.
- - - - - - - - May 19: Expanded Cinemaat Aquarius Festival of University Arts, Melville Hall, ANU.
- - - - - - - - May 19: Cinemapoetry with Garrie Hutchison at Aquarius Festival of University Arts,.
- - - -- - - - -May 20: Harry Hooton, Earth Message and 4000 Frames at Aquarius Festival of University Arts., Copland Theatre, ANU.
Melbourne, May 28, June 4, 11: workshops at Preston Institute of Technology.
Sydney, Earth Message shown at the 18th Sydney Film Festival (June 1-14).
Melbourne, June 12: Earth Message shown at Melbourne Film Festival.
- - - - - - - - -June 17,18: lecture-screenings on experimental cinema at RMIT.
Hobart, June 24-26: lectures, short films and Harry Hooton shown at Hobart Film Festival.
- - - - - - June 24: films shown at University of Tasmania.
- - - - - - June 25: films shown at Tasmanian School of Art.
- - - - - - June 25: Harry Hooton shown at University of Tasmania.
Melbourne, July 16: screening at Coburg Teachers’ College.
Melbourne, July 16-18: History of Experimental Film, lecture-screenings at Council of Adult Education.
Mildura, July 20-24: Expanded Cinema– ‘An exploration of possible new relationships between filmmaker, film projectors, screens and audience’, at Mildura Arts Centre Galleries.
Began editing and publishing a review of independent film and video: Cantrills Filmnotes.
Melbourne, July 29: Moving Statics, Calligraphy Contest shown at Melbourne Filmmakers’ Co-op.
- - - - - - - - -July 30: screening at Coburg Teacher’s College.
- - - - - - - - -August 11: workshop at Coburg Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - -August 18: Expanded Cinema workshop at Melbourne High School.
Sydney, August 21, 22, screenings at Filmmakers’ Cinema.
Sydney, August 23-29: Participated in The First Australian Filmmakers Festival in Sydney with Expanded Cinema including 2-screen Meditations and other 3-screen films.
- - - - - - -August 28: A.C. participated in film education conference organised by Australian Society for Education in Film & Television at Sydney University.
Melbourne, Sept. 7: Harry Hooton shown at Monash University, Alexander Theatre.
Ballarat, Sept. 10, 11: Expanded Cinema shown at Ballarat Art Gallery.
Melbourne, Sept. 14: films shown at Mt Scopus College.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 14: Moving Statics shown at Coburg Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 16: screening at Frankston teachers’ College.
Sydney, Sept. 18: Moving Statics and Earth Message shown at National Film Theatre.
Melbourne, Sept. 20: Adventure Playground and other films shown at Kindergarten Training College.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 21: screening at Caulfield Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 22: screening at  Burwood Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 24: Harry Hooton shown at Footscray Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 27: FUD 69, Eikon, Bouddi, 4000 Frames, Video Self-Portrait, Dream, Milky Way Special &c. shown at Xavier College, Kew.
- - - - - - - - -Oct. 7: Harry Hooton shown at University of Melbourne Students’ Union.
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 15: Moving Statics, Milky Way Special, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Dream, Video Self-Portrait, shown at University High School.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 15: hand-painted film workshop at Kindergarten Training College.
- - - - - - - - -Dec. 3 to 6: Video Selfportrait, Island Fuse, Looking for the Desert, People Mix shown in 10 Years Filmmaking  at the Pram Factory.
- - - - - - - - -Dec. 7: Robert Klippel – Drawings (shown 2-screen with Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture films), The Incised Image, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Blast, Moving Statics shown in 10 Years Filmmaking  at the Pram Factory.
- - - - - - - - -Dec. 8, 9: Harry Hooton, Earth Message shown in 10 Years Filmmaking  at the Pram Factory.

1972: Melbourne, Feb. 18: Moving Statics, FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Video Self-Portrait, Filed Film, Island Fuse, shown at RMIT.
- - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb. 21: FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Video Self-Portrait shown at Coburg Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb. 23: FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Filed Film, Batik Film, Video Self-Portrait, People Mix extract shown at Melbourne Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - - - - - -March 1: Moving Statics extract, FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Zap, Island Fuse, Video Self-Portrait shown at Preston Institute of Technology.
Hobart, March 5: 4000 Frames, Video Self-Portrait, Harry Hooton (extract), Earth Message (extract) and Cinemapoetry event by Garrie Hutchinson.
Melbourne, March 7: 4000 Frames, Zap, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, Bouddi, Filed Film shown at Footscray Institute of Technology.
Geelong, March 8: Moving Statics extract, FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Eikon, Zap, Bouddi, Video Self-Portrait, Filed Film, Island Fuse, Harry Hooton extract, Red Stone Dancer shown at Gordon Institute of Technology.
Melbourne, March 9: Island Fuse, People Mix, Zap, Batik Film, Looking for the Desert shown at Melbourne Filmmakers’ Co-operative.
- - - - - - -- -  March 18 to May 6: Saturday filmmaking workshops at 357 Brunswick Rd.
- - - - - - -- - March 22: Batik Film, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, Filed Film shown at La Trobe University, Menzies Theatre.
- - - - - - -- - March 30: Slow Disc, Imprints, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, Zap, Filed Film, Batik Film shown at University of Melbourne, Students’ Un ion, Guild Theatre.
- - - - - - -- - April 13: Island Fuse, Harry Hooton extract, Imprints, FUD 69, Zap, Batik Film, Video Self-Portrait shown at Burwood Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - - - -April 13 & 16: Harry Hooton plus short films shown at Melbourne Filmmakers’ Co-operative.
- - - - - - -- - May 5: Moving Statics and other films shown at RMIT.
- - - - - - -- - May 13: Moving Statics, Imprints, Rehearsal at the Arts Lab, FUD 69, Eikon, Zap shown at University of Melbourne, Students’ Union, Guild Theatre.
- - - - - - -- - June 22: People Mix shown at University of Melbourne, Guild Theatre.
- - - - - - -- - July 6: Harry Hooton, FUD 69, Living Modules for Spaceship Earth shown at La Trobe University, Students’ Union.
Perth, August 12: Earth Message shown at 1st Perth Film Festival.
- - - - - August 15: Zap  and Video Selfportrait shown at 1st Perth Film Festival.
- - - - - August 16: Bouddi shown at 1st Perth Film Festival.
- - - - - August 18:  Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at 1st Perth Film Festival.
- - - - - August 19: Island Fuse shown at 1st Perth Film Festival.
Melbourne, August 22: People Mix shown at Footscray Institute of Technology.
Sydney, August 27: Living Modules for Spaceship Earth shown at Filmmakers’ Cinema (20A Goulburn St).
Melbourne, Sept. 4: Moving Statics, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Bouddi, 4000 Frames, Video Self-Portrait shown at La Trobe University.
- - - - - - -- - Sept. 6: Harry Hooton, Video Self-Portrait, Bouddi, Zap, White Orange Green, Island Fuse, Imprints shown at Preston Institute of Technology.
Sydney, Sept. 10: People Mix, Island Fuse, Video Self-Portrait shown at Filmmakers’ Cinema.
- - - - - - Sept. 11: Moving Statics, FUD 69, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, Zap shown at Sydney University, Merewether Theatre.
- - - - - - Sept. 12: Films screened at Law School Theatre, University of Sydney.
- - - - - - Sept. 13: Moving Statics, FUD 69, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, Zap shown at University of NSW.
Newcastle, Sept. 14: Harry Hooton and short films shown at University of Newcastle Students’ Union.
Sydney, Sept. 15: Video Self-Portrait, Moving Statics, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Eikon, Filed Film shown at Catholic Teachers’ College.
- - - - - - -Sept. 15: Living Modules for Spaceship Earth, Video Self-Portrait, Island Fuse, FUD 69, 4000 Frames, Zap shown at Macquarie University Union.
- - - - - - -Sept. 17: Harry Hooton, Moving Statics shown at Filmmakers’ Cinema.
Brisbane, Sept. 19: People Mix, Island Fuse, Zap, Video Selfportrait etc. shown at Queensland Institute of Technology Student Union.
- - - - - - - -Sept. 20: films shown at St Peter’s Lutheran College.
- - - - - - - -Sept. 20: films shown at Brisbane Filmmakers Group.
Sydney, Sept. 21: films shown at University of Sydney School of Architecture.
Canberra, Sept. 22:  films shown for ANU Film Group and Canberra Film Society at Copland Theatre, ANU.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 23:  films shown for ANU Film Group and Canberra Film Society at Copland Theatre, ANU.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 24:  Harry Hooton and short films shown at Center Cinema.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 25:  films shown at Canberra High School.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 2?: films shown at Canberra College of Advanced Education.
-- - - - - - -  Sept. 26:  films shown at Watsonia High School.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 27:  films shown at Canberra Girls’ Grammar School.
Melbourne, Oct. 5: films shown at Swinburne Film School.
Adelaide, Oct. 13, 14, 15: three programs of films at Bijou Cinema for the Adelaide Film Co-op, incl. Harry Hooton.
- - - - - - - - Oct. 13-18: screenings at Concordia College, University of Adelaide Students’ Association, South Australian School of Art SRC, and Norwood High School.
Melbourne, Nov. 1: films shown at St. John’s School.
Geelong (Corio), Nov. 4: three programs of short films at Geelong Grammar School Festival of Arts.
A. & C. went on a 3-month fact-finding tour of film schools in America, with travel grant from The Australian Film and TV School. Gave many screenings in the US at university and art museum and other venues, including:
Los Angeles, Dec.: films shown and discussed at Arthur Knight’s class at University of Southern California.
San Francisco, Dec. 21: screening at Canyon Cinematheque.
- - - - - - - - - -, Berkeley: screening at Pacific Film Archive.

1973: San Francisco, Berkeley: Jan. 2: Moving Statics, White Orange Green, Bouddi, Meditations, Zap, Island Fuse and People Mix, shown at Pacific Film Archive.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan. 3: Harry Hooton shown at Berkeley Film House.
Portland, Oregon, Jan. 5: Moving Statics, Earth Message, Island Fuse, People Mix  and other films shown at Portland Art Museum.
Boston, Jan.:  short films shown at Carpenter Center, Dept. of Visual & Environmental Studies, Harvard University,
- - - - - - Jan.: screening at Boston Museum School of Fine Arts.
New York, Jan.: short films shown at Art School, Pratt Institute.
- - - - - - - -  Jan.: Harry Hooton and short films shown at New York School of Visual Studies.
- - - - - - - -  Jan. 28: Moving Statics, Earth Message, Island Fuse & People Mix screening at The Millennium.
Dayton, Ohio, Feb.: screening at Antioch College for Paul Sharits’ class.
Chicago, Feb: screening at School of the Art Institute of Chicago for John Schofill’s class.
Los Angeles, Feb. 14: Moving Statics, Earth Message, Island Fuse, People Mix, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Eikon, shown at Theatre Vanguard.
- - - - - - - - - - Feb. 15: Harry Hooton shown at Theatre Vanguard.
Sydney, Feb, 23: lecture-screening on early and recent avant-garde filmmaking at Interim Council for Film and Television School, Chatswood.
- - - - - - -Feb. 26: Moving Statics, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Video Self-Portrait, Fast Disc Meditations,  Eikon shown at East Sydney Technical College, Architecture.
•Arthur Cantrill appointed as filmmaking lecturer, Swinburne Film School, Feb.- July.
- - - - - - - - -March 17, 24, 31: Saturday evening experimental film screenings at 357 Brunswick Rd.
- - - - - - - - -April 11: film screening at RMIT for Jack Clancy’s class.
- - - - - - - - -April 17: lecture-screening on recent avant-garde filmmaking at Preston Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -April 30: lecture-screening on recent avant-garde filmmaking at RMIT.
- - - - - - - - -May 3: lecture screening on early avant-garde filmmaking at Preston Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -May 9: lecture screening on early avant-garde filmmaking at Prahran College of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -July 29: Harry Hooton shown at Preston Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -August 14: screening at Monash University.
Perth, August 19: Skin of Your Eye and other films shown at 2nd Perth Film Festival.
Melbourne, August: farewell screening, prior to departure to USA, at Spectroscope, arranged by Errol Ellis, printer of Cantrills Filmnotes.
•Arthur Cantrill took up position as Assistant Professor of Fine Art at University of Oklahoma Art School in September to teach experimental filmmaking.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 27, 28, 29: Moving Statics, 4000 Frames, Island Fuse, Video Self-portrait, Earth Message, Eikon, Harry Hooton, Bouddi, Skin of Your Eye shown at University  of Oklahoma Cinema Society.
New York, Dec. 9: Moving Statics shown at Charlotte Moorman’s 10th New York Avant-Garde Festival on a train of Penn Central Cars at Grand Central Station.

1974: New York, Jan. 6: Bouddi, At Eltham, Island Fuse, Skin of Your Eye extract and Harry Hooton shown at the Merce Cunningham Studio.
Nashville, June 6: films screened at Sinking Creek Film Celebration, as guests.
            •Arthur Cantrill joined Pennsylvania State University Dept. of Theatre and Film as Assistant Professor of Film.
Vancouver, Nov. 6: Moving Statics and short films shown at Personal Film – Content & Context exhibition.
- - - - - - - - - Nov. 9: Harry Hooton shown at Personal Film – Content & Context exhibition.
New York, Nov. 16: showed Skin of Your Eye (Seen) (a multi-screen film and slide version) at Charlotte Moorman’s 11th New York Avant-Garde Festival at Shea Stadium.
Boston, Nov.: lecture-screenings at Clark University.
*Continued to publish Cantrills Filmnotes in US.
Knokke, Belgium, December 31: Skin of Your Eye shown at the Fifth International Film Competition

1975: New York, March 4: Home Movie – A Day in the Bush, Earth Message, Island Fuse, Skin of Your Eye (extract), Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, Reflections on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, At Eltham shown at Cineprobe screening, Museum of Modern Art.
Boston: March 5: screening at Boston Museum School of Fine Arts.
Montréal: screening at McGill University.
State College, Penn.: April 1: Skin of Your Eye (Seen) shown at Penn State University Invitational Film Festival.
Vancouver, June 6: showed Skin of Your Eye (Seen) at Vancouver City Art Gallery
Colorado, June 17: Screening at Rocky Mountain Film Centre, University of Colorado.
Berkeley, June 18: Skin of Your Eye shown at Pacific Film Archive.
Auckland, NZ: screenings at Auckland Film Festival.
- - - - - - - - - - - : screening at Auckland University
•Arthur Cantrill joined Melbourne State College (later Melbourne CAE, then University of Melbourne Institute of Education, then School of Studies in Creative Arts, Victorian College of the Arts, and finally School of Creative Arts, Arts Faculty, University of Melbourne) as Lecturer in Film.
Adelaide, Oct. 20-23: screenings at Flinders University, as visiting artists.
- - - - - - - - Oct. 23 : Junk Sculpture, 1964, Dream, Red Stone Dancer, Imprints, 4000 Frames, Eikon, Home Movie, Earth Message, Island Fuse, Reflections on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, shown at Art Gallery of South Australia.
 *Continued publishing Cantrills Filmnotes in Melbourne.

1976: Brisbane, May 15: screening of Skin of Your Eye (Seen) at Queensland Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - -May: Films screened at Griffith University.
Auckland, March 20 – April 20: Skin of Your Eye (Seen) shown at the First Pan Pacific Biennale: Colour Photography and its Derivatives, Auckland City Art Gallery.
Sydney, June 24, 26: 4000 Frames shown at Art Gallery of NSW season Australian Short Films.

1977:  Paris, March 14: Island Fuse shown at Maison des Beaux Arts, Cinéma Independant season.
Melbourne, April 10 & 11: Harry Hooton shown in Poets’ Festival at Montsalvat
- - - - - - - -July: screening for RMIT Students’ Union Activities
- - - - - - - -September 14: Harry Hooton shown at Preston Institute of Technology Student Union.
- - - - - - - - Nov. 4, 5 & 6: Edges of Meaning, film-performance work at La Mama Theatre.

1978: Melbourne, March 8: Ocean at Pt Lookout shown at Swinburne Film School.
Canberra, April 3: Eikon, At Eltham, At Uluru, Home Movie, Bouddi, Island Fuse shown at Canberra School of Art.
Melbourne, April 27: Reflections on 3 Images of Baldwin Spencer, Ocean at Pt Lookout, Home Movie, Island Fuse, Bouddi, 3-Colour Separation Studies – Landscapes, Eikon, 4000 Frames shown and discussed at Seminar on Avant-garde Film arranged by Sam Rohdie at La Trobe University.
Auckland, NZ, May 15-21: Edges of Meaning, At Uluru, Ocean at Pt Lookout, Bouddi, Earth Message, Island Fuse, 3-Colour Separation Studies: Landscapes & Still Lifes, Moving Picture Postcards, Heat Shimmer, & Harry Hooton shown at Auckland City Art Gallery.
Rotorua: May 22: lecture-screening (as above) and short Cantrill films shown at Rotorua Art Gallery.
Wellington, NZ, May 23, 24: one screening (selection of above)and lecture-screening (as above) at National Art Gallery.
Melbourne, July 1: performance of Edges of Meaning at La Trobe University Union Arts Festival.
- - - - - - - - -August 2: Near Coober Pedy, At Uluru, Ocean at Pt Lookout, Simple Observations of a Solar Eclipse, 3-Colour Separation Film shown at State College of Victoria at Rusden.
- - - - - - - - -August 8:  Early Avant-garde film lecture-screening at Victorian College of the Arts.
- - - - - - - - -August 21 & 30:  Moving Picture Postcards  and At Uluru shown at A proposal for a Film Gallery, curated by Jonas Balsaitis at Hawthorn City Art Gallery.
Canberra, August 23: Bouddi, Island Fuse, Studies in Image (De)Generation shown in Avant-garde Cinema series at National Library Theatre.
Melbourne, August 30: At Uluru shown at Hawthorn City Art Gallery.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 1, 2 & 3: Fields of Vision, film/performance at La Mama Theatre.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 1 & 2 : Harry Hooton shown at La Mama.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 23: Touching the Earth – At Uluru, Katatjuta, and Ocean at Pt Lookout shown at La Mama.
Hobart, Oct. 12: Edges of Meaning film-performance and lecture History of Early Avant-garde Film for Behind the Adjectives, P.I.P. Art Foundation.
Melbourne, Nov. 6: 4000 Frames, Harry Hooton shown at AFI Undercurrents in Australian Cinema, Longford Cinema.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 8: Island Fuse shown at AFI Undercurrents in Australian Cinema, Longford Cinema.
Canberra, Nov. 8: Moving Picture Postcards shown in Avant-garde Cinema series at National Library Theatre.
Melbourne, Nov. 9 & 10: At Eltham shown in Reel Women in 16mm series at the Pram Factory
- - - - - - - - -Dec. 9: Earth Message shown at AFI Undercurrents in Australian Cinema, Longford Cinema.

1979: Sydney, April 29,30 & May 1: Edges of Meaning film-performance at Sculpture Centre, Biennale of Sydney.
London, June 9: Ocean at Pt. Lookout and Near Coober Pedy shown at Third International Avant-garde Festival.
Melbourne, July 23 to August 10: Mid-Stream, a survey/exhibition at George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne (17 screenings and exhibition of stills).
- - - - - - - - May 30: Cantrills discuss experimental film on radio 3RRR in a Film and Politics series.
- - - - - - - - May 31: Skin of Your Eye screened at RMIT Radio Theatre in a Film and Politics series.
- - - - - - - - Sept. 10, 17 and 24: lecture-screenings on sound for film at Melbourne University Dept. of Music in Barry Conyngham’s class.

1980: Wagga Wagga, May 19-23: screenings at Riverina CAE as visiting artists, incl. Expanded Cinema.
Melbourne, May 26: Experiments in Three-Colour Separation and Warrah shown at One-C-One.
- - - - - - - - - August 8, 9 and 10: Grain of the Voice, a film theatre work at La Mama Theatre.
Sydney, Sept. 3: screening at University of NSW.
Melbourne, Oct. 1: short films shown at La Trobe University Art Festival.
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 3: early avant-garde film lecture-screening at Preston Institute of technology.
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 5: At Uluru, Printer Light Play screening at Longford Cinema
Canberra,  Oct. 29: At Eltham shown in Women Who Make Movies series at National Library Theatre.
Melbourne, Oct. 30: ‘A Sound Version of Cantrills Filmnotes’ broadcast on 3RRR
Perth, Nov. 22: screening at PIFT
- - - - - -Nov. 25: ‘Two- and Three-Colour Separation’, paper given at Film Conference.
- - - - - -Nov. 26: lecture screening at WAIT.
Melbourne, Dec. 12, 13: Warrah, Experiments in Three-colour Separation, Two Women, Notes on the Passage of Time screening at Longford Cinema.

1981: Adelaide, January 20: Harry Hooton shown by AFI National Film Theatre.
Fremantle, January 27:Harry Hooton shown by AFI National Film Theatre.
Brisbane, February 18: Harry Hooton shown by AFI National Film Theatre.
Melbourne, February 25: Skin of Your Eye (Seen) shown as multiscreen film at Clifton Hill Community Music Centre (Organ Factory).
Sydney, March 14: Harry Hooton shown by AFI National Film Theatre
Melbourne, March 27: Harry Hooton shown by AFI National Film Theatre
- - - - - - - - -May 28, June 4, 11 and 18: Studies in Landforms–Filmforms screenings for RMIT Union Arts Activities.

- - - - - - - - -June 14: The Second Journey (To Uluru) and Warrah shown at Melbourne Film Festival, where Warrah won a ‘Diploma of Merit’.
- - - - - - - - - June 19: early avant-garde film lecture-screening at Preston Institute of Technology.
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 2: screening at Monash University.
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 1, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22: screenings at RMIT.
Canberra, Nov. 26: ‘The 1901 Cinematography of Walter Baldwin Spencer’, paper given at History and Film Conference.
Melbourne, Dec. 13: Blast, Milky Way Special, New Movements Generate New Thoughts, 4000 Frames, Boiling Electric Jug Film shown at Festival of Surrealisms.
Melbourne, Dec. 18-20: The Practice of Filmmaking at La Mama Theatre.
- - - - - - -- - Oct. 1, 8, 15 and 22: Australian Cinema – The Early Years: series of lecture-screenings for RMIT Union Arts Activities.
- - - - - - - -- Dec. 2: Floterian, Pan Separations, Wilpena, Time/Colour Separations screening at Clifton Hill/Organ Factory.

1982: Berlin, Feb. 15: screening of films at Kino Arsenal during the s Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, Berlin Film Festival
- - - - - - - - - - Feb. 17, 18, 19: screenings of The Second Journey (To Uluru) at Delphi-Filmpalast, Akademie der Künste and Kino Arsenal during the Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, Berlin Film Festival.
Churchill, Gippsland: March 24: Short films shown at Gippsland Institute of Advanced Education.
Sydney, April 10, 13, 15: Notes on the Passage of Time shown at Art Gallery of NSW, Fourth Biennale of Sydney.
Amsterdam, April 18: films screened in the Stedelijk Museum’s 60s-80s exhibition.
Sydney, April 23: screening at NSW Conservatorium of Music.
 - - - - - - April 24, 27, 29: The Second Journey (To Uluru) shown at Art Gallery of NSW, 4th Biennale of Sydney.
- - - - - - -May 8, 11, 13: Warrah shown at Art Gallery of NSW, Fourth Biennale of Sydney.
Melbourne, June 7: Floterian, Time/Colour Separations and Wilpena shown at Melbourne Film Festival.
Mexico, Aug.: The Second Journey (To Uluru) shown in a series of films from the 1982 Internationales Forum des Jungen Films.
Wellington, NZ, August 21 to 26: 6 programs of Cantrill and other Melbourne films at the City Art Gallery.
Edinburgh, Aug. 23: Notes on the Passage of Time shown at Edinburgh Film Festival.
New Plymouth, NZ, August 27: 2 screenings at Govett-Brewster Gallery.
Wanganui, NZ, Aug. 30: 2 screenings at Sarjeant Gallery.
Edinburgh, Sept. 1: Floterian, hand Printings from a Film History shown at Edinburgh Film Festival.
Auckland, NZ, Sept. 1: screening Auckland City Gallery.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Sept. 2, 3: 2 screenings at University of Auckland.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Sept. 4: film workshop at Alternative Cinema.
Edinburgh, Sept. 2: Two Women, The Second Journey (To Uluru) and Warrah shown at Edinburgh Film Festival.
Melbourne, Oct. 4 & 6: Two Women  & Wilpena shown at New Cinema – New Film, Glasshouse Cinema RMIT.
- - - - - - - - -Oct. 7: The Second Journey (To Uluru) shown, and ‘History of the Early Avant-garde Cinema’ given at New Cinema – New Film, Glasshouse Cinema RMIT.
-- - - - - - - - Oct. 5 & 8 Film of Circles, Squares, Triangles, Lines and Dots shown at New Cinema – New Film, Glasshouse Cinema RMIT
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 8: Floterian shown at New Cinema – New Film, Glasshouse Cinema RMIT
Tyneside, Oct 17: The Second Journey (To Uluru), Floterian and Warrah shown at Tyneside Film Festival.
- - - - - - - -Oct. 21: Notes on the Passage of Time and Two Women shown at Tyneside Film Festival.
Warrah and Floterian – Handprintings From a Film History, shown throughout Australia in travelling exhibition Film as Art curated by Alison Fraser, Victorian College of the Arts Gallery.

1983: •Arthur Cantrill appointed Head, Media Arts Department, Melbourne CAE.
Hobart, May 22: 2-screen films Passage and Corporeal shown at Anzart in Hobart.
Tokyo, Aug. 22-Sept. 3: Two Women shown in Continuum ‘83.
Frankfurt, Sept. 20: Two Women, Time/Colour Separations, Bouddi, 4000 Frames, Island Fuse, shown at Kommunales Kino (start of tour organised by Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek, Berlin.)
Düsseldorf, Sept. 21: screening at Filminstitut.
Hamburg, Sept. 22: The Second Journey (To Uluru) and 2nd program of short films at Kino Metropolis.
Berlin, Sept. 23 : Eikon, White Orange Green, Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, At Eltham, Printer Light Play, Bouddi, Warrah, Time/Colour Separations, Notes on the Passage of Time shown at Kino Arsenal.
Adelaide, Sept. 27: Earth Message shown in An Evening of Experimental Art Films at Art Gallery of South Australia.
Berlin, Sept. 24: Nine-Image Film, Earth Message, Skin of Your Eye (extract), Two Women, Seven Sisters, Harry Hooton shown at Kino Arsenal.
Hannover, Sept. 26: Two Women, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Printer Light Play, Warrah, and others shown at Kommunales Kino.
Stuttgart, Sept. 27: The Second Journey (To Uluru) shown at Kommunales Kino.
Freiburg, Sept. 29, 30: screenings at Kommunales Kino.
München, Oct. 2: The Second Journey (To Uluru), Notes on the Passage of Time, Floterian, & in second program: 4000 Frames, Eikon, White Orange Green, Earth Message, Island Fuse, Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, At Eltham, Printer Light Play, Warrah, shown at Filmmuseum.
Amsterdam, Oct. 6: screenings at Time-Based Arts.
Dordrecht, Oct. 7: screening for film society: Club 16/70.
- - - - - - - - -Oct. 9: screenings at Museum and at Pictura Gallery (incl. 2-screen films).
Paris, Oct. 19-23: 2 repeated programs of Grain of the Voice films at Centre Georges Pompidou for Festival d’Automne à Paris.
Osaka, Oct. 29: screening at Osaka Contemporary Art Centre, incl. 2-screen films.
- - - - - - Oct. 30: screenings at Artspace.
- - - - - - Oct. 31: screening at College of Photography.
- - - - - - Nov. 1: screening at JICS Plaza ‘Cultural Lounge’.
Tokyo, Nov. 2: Eikon, White Orange Green, Island Fuse, At Eltham, Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, Warrah, Floterian shown at Image Forum.
Frankfurt, Nov. 8: Ocean at Pt Lookout, Experiments in 3-Colour Separation, Seven Sisters, Time/Colour Separations shown at Kommunales Kino.
- - - - - - - - Nov. 10: Harry Hooton shown at Kommunales Kino.
Melbourne, Dec. 1-4: 2-screen film/theatre work, Passage, shown at La Mama Theatre.
Frankfurt, Dec. 16: Bouddi, 4000 Frames, Video Self-Portrait, Skin of Your Eye shown at Kommunales Kino.

1984: Frankfurt, Jan. 19: Skin of Your Eye shown at Kommunales Kino.
Berlin, Feb.: films shown at s Forum des Jungen Films, Berlin Film Festival.
Stuttgart, Feb. 2 & 3: Film of Circles, Squares, Triangles, Lines and Dots shown at Stuttgart Animated Film Festival.
Melbourne, Feb. 23 to 25: Warrah screened at Series Two exhibition, RMIT Union Arts.
- - - - - - - - -May 16-20: film/theatre performance of Journey Through a Face at La Mama Theatre. (Film later retitled ‘In This Life’s Body’)
- - - - - - - - -August 25 & 26: Earth Message shown in Mutilated and Homeless season at Glasshouse Theatre, RMIT.
- - - - - - - - -Rainbow Diary (by Ivor Cantrill) received Lord Mayor’s Prize at St. Kilda Film Festival.
- - - - - - - - -Oct. 3-7: return season of film/theatre performance of Journey Through a Face at La Mama Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -Oct. 4 & 7: Waterfall, Rainbow Diary and Black Range shown at New Film, Glasshouse Theatre, RMIT.

1985: Avignon, Jan. 11: Screening at Maison Jean Vilar for Rose Lowder’s ‘Préa’.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Jan. 12: Second program given at Maison Jean Vilar.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Jan. 19: Third program given at Maison Jean Vilar. (20 films shown.)
Paris, Jan. 21: Three-Colour Separation Studies: Landscapes, Three-Colour Separation Studies: Still Lifes, Two-Colour Separation Studies, Printer Light Play, Coast at Pearl Beach, Time/Colour Separations, Pan Colour Separation shown  at Scratch Projection, organised by Yann Beauvais.
- - - - - Jan. 23-27: Five different retrospective programs given at the Musée d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
- - - - - Jan. 28: Home Movie – a Day in the Bush, Eikon, Zap, 9-Image Film, At Eltham, Near Wilmington, Rainbow Diary shown at Scratch Projection.
Brussels, Feb. 5: films shown  at Beursschouwburg.
Berlin, Feb. -July, took up a 6 month Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Artists-in-Berlin award.
- - - - - -Feb. 17: In This Life’s Body shown at Akademie der Künste during the Internationales Forum des Jungen Films, Berlin Film Festival.
- - - - - -Feb. 20: second Berlin Film Festival screening of In This Life’s Body at Kino Arsenal
Frankfurt, April 2: In This Life’s Body shown at Deutsches Filmmuseum.
- - - - - -April 3: Films shown at Deutsches Filmmuseum.
Berlin, May 8: lecture screening at Hochschule der Künste.
- - - - - -May 23-June 2: retrospective screenings at Kino Arsenal plus Melbourne films curated by Cantrills, plus Len Lye lecture-screening.
Osnabrück, June 6-9: Screenings at Osnabrück Experimental Film Workshop, plus Melbourne films plus Len Lye lecture-screening.
München, June 16-17: two screenings at München Filmmuseum.
Berlin, June 21: lecture screening at Hochschule der Künste.
- - - - -   *Published a European edition of Cantrills Filmnotes, (#47/48).
- - - - - -Shot a DAAD-funded film Berlin Space and Light, (retitled ‘The Berlin Apartment’)
Sydney, Oct. 6: screening of In This Life’s Body at Chauvel Cinema.
Melbourne, Oct. 13: In This Life’s Body shown at Melbourne Fringe Arts Festival.
Melbourne, Dec. 22: In This Life’s Body shown at Rhumbaralla’s Gallery.

1986 : Adelaide, March 1: Cantrill Retrospective in 2 programs, 1: Home Movie – a Day in the Bush, White-Orange-Green, Earth Message,  Zap, Island Fuse,  Studies in Image (De)Generation, Two Women, Floterian, Waterfall. 2: In This Life’s Body, shown at the Fringe Film Week of the Adelaide Festival.
Melbourne, April 19: In This Life’s Body shown at the St. Kilda Film Festival (awarded Second Prize).
-------------May 4: Harry Hooton shown at The International Anarchist Film Festival.
- - - - - - - - -May 18: Rainbow Diary shown in Shooting Gallery  at Carlton Movie House, an AFC/AFI program which toured Australia.
- - - - - - - - -May 22: Waterfall shown at MIMA exhibition.
- - - - - - - - - May 23: Home Movie – A Day in the Bush shown at MIMA exhibition.
Sydney, May 17: In This Life’s Body screened by the WEA Film Society.
- - - - - - -May 19: several films shown at lecture screening at National Film and Television School.
Melbourne, June 27: Zap shown at MIMA exhibition.
Melbourne, June 28: Waterfall shown at the Melbourne Film Festival. Arthur Cantrill was on a Festival panel to discuss 3-colour separation and preservation of Technicolor materials.
Melbourne, July 18: Film of Circles, Squares, Triangles, Lines and Dots shown at MIMA exhibition, Glasshouse Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -July 19: Skin of Your Eye (extract) shown at MIMA exhibition.
- - - - - - - - -July 25: In This Life’s Body shown at Victoria College for Victorian Centre for Photography.
- - - - - - - - -August 21: Skin of Your Eye (extract) shown at MIMA exhibition.
- - - - - - - - -August 22: Video Self-Portrait shown at MIMA exhibition
- - - - - - - - - Sept. 19: The Boiling Electric Jug Film shown at MIMA exhibition.
- - - - - - - - - Oct. 25: Notes on Berlin, The Divided City shown at MIMA exhibition.
Israel, Oct.: In This Life’s Body screened at Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa cinematheques.
Melbourne, Nov. 27-30: The Berlin Apartment, 2-screen mixed-media performance work shown at La Mama Theatre. (Film funded by Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst [DAAD]) 
Sydney, Dec. 3: In This Life’s Body shown at Australian Screen Studies Association Conference
            *Issue #51/52 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.

1987: Melbourne, April 5: In This Life’s Body shown at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art as a performance work.
- - - - - - - - - -- - - May 3: Floterian shown as 35mm print with live reading by Chris Mann at Automania – The Car as aCultural Artifact at Coburg Drive-in.
- - - - - - - - -May 13: At Black Range  and Rainbow Diary (awarded Special Lord Mayor’s Award) screened at the St. Kilda Film Festival.
Montréal, May 21: Two Women shown by Hart Cohen at the Society for Cinema Studies Conference.
Melbourne, May 29, 30: Corporeal shown in MIMA program.
Sydney, June 23: In This Life’s Body screened at the Australian Centre of Photography
Melbourne, June 26, 27: The Native Trees of Stradbroke Island – Banksia Integrifolia shown in MIMA program.
Melbourne, July 24, 25: Floterian shown in MIMA program.
- - - - - - - - -August 30: The Second Journey (To Uluru) shown in MIMA program.
Wellington, NZ, Sept. 21: In This Life’s Body shown at The National Gallery.
Auckland, NZ, Sept. 24: Waterfall, Corporeal, At Black Range, Two Women shown at Artspace Gallery.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Sept. 25 and 27: In This Life’s Body, shown at Artspace Gallery.
- - - - - - - - - - - -Sept. 26: Rainbow Diary (Ivor Cantrill) shown with other Melbourne films at Artspace Gallery.
*The Index to Cantrills Filmnotes  was published.
*Issue #53/54 of Cantrills Filmnotes was published. 
*A print of Waterfall was acquired by Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris for their permanent collection.
Waterfall and Film of Circles, Squares, Triangles, Lines and Dots (Ivor Cantrill) included in MIMA touring exhibition of film and video circulating to regional galleries.
Melbourne, Nov. 11: The Walking Track shown in New Films curated by Marcus Bergner, at Melbourne CAE.
 
1988: Jan./Feb.: toured North America with several programs of films.
Vancouver, Jan. 12: The Simon Fraser University: lecture screening.
 - - - - - - - - -Jan. 14: Waterfall, At Black Range, Notes on the Passage of Time, Two Women, Floterian shown in The Leading Edge series, Pacific Cinémathèque Pacifique.
- - - - - - - - - -Jan 15: a program of Melbourne experimental films curated by Cantrills shown  in The Leading Edge series, Pacific Cinémathèque Pacifique.
Montréal, Jan. 17: Interior/Exterior, Studies in Image (De) Generation, Corporeal (all 2-screen), Waterfall, Floterian, Two Women, plus program of Melbourne films shown at Mainfilm.
- - - - - - - - Jan. 18: lecture screening at McGill University.
- - - - - - - - Jan. 19: lecture screening at Concordia University.
Toronto, Jan. 23: Interior/Exterior, Studies in Image (De) Generation, Corporeal (all 2-screen), Waterfall, Floterian, Two Women, plus program of Melbourne films shown at The Funnel.
New York, Jan. 25: Cineprobe screening of In This Life’s Body at Museum of Modern Art.
Boston, Jan. 27: lecture screening for Visiting Artists Program, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
New York, Jan 29: The Second Journey (To Uluru), Warrah shown at Millennium Film Workshop.
- - - - - - - - -Jan. 30: Interior/Exterior, Studies in Image (De)Generation, Corporeal (all 2-screen), Waterfall, Floterian, Two Women shown at Millennium Film Workshop.
Chicago, Feb. 3: Corporeal, Interior/Exterior, Waterfall, Studies in Image (de)Generation (all 2-screen),Floterian, Two Women : lecture screening as Visiting Filmmakers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Berkeley, Feb. 2: screening of In This Life’s Body at Pacific Film Archive.
- - - - - - - - Feb. 4: screening of The Second Journey (to Uluru) plus Warrah at Pacific Film Archive.
San Francisco, Feb. 7: Landforms/Filmforms: the Work of Arthur & Corinne Cantrill: Corporeal, Interior/Exterior, Waterfall, Studies in Image (de)Generation (all 2-screen),Floterian, Two Women shown at San Francisco Cinematheque.
Los Angeles, Feb 8: Interior/Exterior, Studies in Image (De)Generation, Corporeal (all 2-screen), Waterfall, Floterian, Two Women, shown at Filmforum.
*A print of Waterfall was acquired by the Film Library, California Institute of the Arts.
*In Melbourne, Issue #55/56 of Cantrills Filmnotes was published. 
New York, May 20: In This Life’s Body screened at Millennium Film Workshop.
Sydney, July 16: At Uluru and Waterfall screened by the Sydney WEA Film Society in Spirit of Place series.
London, August 31: In This Life’s Body screened at the National Film Theatre.
- - - - - - -Sept. 5-7, 8-10: In This Life’s Body screened at Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) during season of Australian films.
Melbourne, Sept. 17: two performance works: Remembering Hollis Frampton and Exercises for a Grid Screen shown at Spoleto Fringe Film Festival.
 - - - - - - - - -Oct. 25-30: film/theatre work, Projected Light at La Mama Theatre. Reviews appeared in Cinema Papers and Filmnews.
Los Angeles, Nov. 1: In This Life’s Body screened by the UCLA Film & Television Archives, Los Angeles, during series entitled Back of Beyond — Discovering Australian Film & TV.
• Arthur Cantrill appointed to the Board of Management of MIMA, Melbourne, and elected Vice-President.
Melbourne, Nov. 22: The Berlin Apartment, 2-screen work, shown at the MIMA Experimenta festival.
•Arthur Cantrill was promoted to Senior Lecturer at Melbourne CAE.
•An article by Barry Kapke: ‘Cinema of the Senses: Selected Films of Arthur & Corinne Cantrill’ appeared in the film journal Cinematograph,  #3, San Francisco.

1989: *Issue #57/58 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.
•Arthur Cantrill is Senior Lecturer, Media Arts in The University of Melbourne Institute of Education following the merger of Melbourne College of Advanced Education with the University.
Sydney, Jan. 14: Program of multiscreen films at WEA Film Study Group.
- - - - - - Jan 21: Screening of Touching the Earth series (4 films) and The Second Journey (To Uluru) at WEA Film Study Group.
New York, April 19: In This Life’s Body screened at Millennium Film Workshop.
Sydney, May 20: Two Women and Seven Sisters shown in Jus’ the Facts program, WEA Film Study group.
Toronto: May 28 - June 4: Attended International Experimental Film Congress where Waterfall was screened.
Sydney, June 28: Waterfall shown in Cinema X program, WEA Film Study Group.
Melbourne, August 12 and 13: Projected Light shown at Roar•2 Studios.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 6: Moving Statics, Island Fuse, Katatjuta, Waterfall, In This Life’s Body, screened at Melbourne Cinematheque.
Penrith: University of Western Sydney, Sept. 11 - 22: Eight 4-hour lecture-screenings and performance works given under the title The Art of Seeing during Artist-in-Residency.
Sydney, Sept. 12: Lecture-screening given at University of Technology.
- - - - - - -Sept. 15: Projected Light shown at Australian Centre for Photography.
- - - - - - -Sept. 23: In This Life’s Body and short films screened at WEA Film Study Group.
Waterfall shown in Program 2 of AFI travelling show: The Elusive Sign, Oz Programs 1989.
Los Angeles, Sep 25: In This Life’s Body shown at Film Forum.
Melbourne, Nov 18: Myself When Fourteen, Autumn Light, and on Nov. 21: Near Coober Pedy, shown during season of film and video art, Other Pleasures organised by MIMA.
*Nov.: Issue #59/60 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.

1990: Quezon City, Philippines, Feb. 22 - March 1: Participated in The Quezon City International Super 8 Film Festival. Introduced program of Cantrill films and curated and introduced program of Australian Super 8 and 16mm films.
Quezon City, Philippines: Feb. 28: lecture-screening at University of the Philippines School of Mass Communications.
Vancouver: personally participated in Aurora Australis exhibition of Australian film and photography:
- - - - - - - - -April 9, 17: Waterfall shown at Emily Carr College of Art and Design.
- - - - - - - - -April 14, 21: In This Life's Body shown at Emily Carr College of Art and Design (These films subsequently toured several Canadian regional centres)
- - - - - - - - -April 26, Vancouver Art Gallery: Performance of Projected Light, an extended cinema work.Seattle, April 22: Waterfall and The Second Journey (to Uluru) shown twice at 9.1. Gallery/Screening Venue
Toronto, May 23: In This Life’s Body shown at ‘Pleasure Dome’.
Melbourne, June 20: Myself When 14 shown at 39th MelbourneInternational Film Festival.
June: Issue #61/62 of Cantrills Filmnotes published
Ballarat, Sept. 7: participated in Symposium on Technology in Art at Ballarat University College (arranged by Stelarc). Spoke on Anarcho-Technocracy and showed extract from Harry Hooton.
Melbourne, Sept. 30: At Uluru  and  The Second Journey (to Uluru) shown at MIMA Australian Artists’ Series at Linden Gallery.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 28: Bali Film shown at MIMA Experimenta.
- - - - - - - - -Dec. 4: performance of Projected Light at Malthouse Theatre for Experimenta.

1991:             *Feb.: issue #63/64 of Cantrills Filmnotes (20th anniversary issue) published.
Paris, March 11: In This Life's Body shown during Cinéma du réel festival at Centre Pompidou.
Melbourne, April 20, 21: screenings curated by Cantrills of Australian films of early 1970s (incl. Island Fuse and Skin of Your Eye) at State Film Theatre to celebrate 20 years of Cantrills Filmnotes, presented by MIMA.
Sydney, May 25: Projected Light presented at Art Gallery of NSW Writers in Recital series.
Depok (Indonesia) June 19: discussed our filmmaking, and (June 20): showed films at Rendra Theatre School.
Jakarta, June 22: Gave lecture-screening of work to film class at the Jakarta Institute for the Arts.
Melbourne, Oct. 13: A. Cantrill participated in Sound in the Cinema seminar for MIMA with Music in Early Avant-garde Film.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 14: interviewed on radio 3CR about early Australian experimental film
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 17: Galaxy and Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture 1963 shown at MIMA screening The First New Wave at State Film Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -Dec.: Agung Gives Ivor a Haircut shown at Melbourne Super 8 Festival.
*Dec.: #65/66 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.

1992: Melbourne, March 11: C.C. & A.C. lecture-screening at VCA Film School (ex Swinburne) : A Passion for the Avant-garde.
- - - - - - - - -April 26: At Eltham, Notes on the Passage of Time, and At Uluru extract screened at State Film Centre in MIMA program curated by Cantrills: The Colour of Film.
- - - - - - - - -May: C.C. lecture-screening at RMIT (Phillip): In This Life’s Body & Notes on Berlin.
Sydney, May 2: Mud screened at Museum of Contemporary Art in New Zealand film program.
Melbourne, July 29: Moving Statics, Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, Two Women & Warrah screened at La Mama’s 25th Anniversary season.
- - - - - - - - -August, #67/68 of Cantrills Filmnotes published
- - - - - - - - -August 7 & 21: A.C. lectures at RMIT (Phillip) on Dada, Surrealism and Constructivism in cinema.
- - - - - - - - -August 12: C.C. lecture-screening at La Trobe on The Body in Film.
Adelaide, Sept. 19: Projected Light presented at Frames Film Festival.
Paris, Sept. 23: Waterfall screened in 30 Ans de Création Cinématographique, Pompidou Centre.
Perth, WA, Sept. 27: The Bemused Tourist – Bogor to Bandung shown at Jump Cut Festival
Melbourne, Oct. 2: Simple Observations of a Solar Eclipse & Unthurqua shown at Edge Too landscape architecture conference.
Sydney, Oct. 28: The Berlin Apartment presented at U.T.S.
Melbourne, Nov. 30: Agung Gives Ivor a Haircut shown at the 6th Melbourne Super 8  Film Festival.
Audio version of Projected Light broadcast on ABC Radio National, Dec. 3 & 19, in ‘Screen’ program.

1993: Melbourne, March 5: Days in Ubud screened at Melbourne Super 8 Festival.
Canberra, National Gallery of Aust., March 14: A.C. gave paper on ‘Violence in Surrealist Cinema’.
- - - - - - - - NGA, March 21: A.C. gave day-long seminar on Australian Surrealist Film.
Sydney, March 30: C.C. gave lecture-screening at University of NSW.
Melbourne, April 4: Jas H. Duke Tribute, arranged by ‘π.o.’: Jeff Keen and Cantrill films with Jas Duke.
Melbourne, April 21: C.C. gave lecture-screening at Monash University.
April: Obituary for Dusan Marek by A.C. published in Art Monthly # 58
Sydney, May 17: A.C. lectured on music in early avant-garde film at Univ. of NSW.
            * May: Issue # 69/70 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.
Brisbane, May 29: C.C. & A.C. gave retrospective show at Fuse – Pacific Fringe Festival, Institute of Modern Art.
 - - - - - - - May 30: C.C. at Brisbane Cinematheque screening of In This Life’s Body.
Adelaide, August 26: A.C. introduced Dusan Marek program at Mercury Theatre for AFI.
Sydney, August 29: A.C. introduced Dusan Marek program at Chauvel Cinema.
Melbourne, Sept. 5: A.C. introduced Dusan Marek program at State Film Theatre.
*Issue #71/72 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.
Melbourne, Dec. 7: A.C. introduced Kidlat Tahimik and his film at Asialink conference.
- - - - - - - - -Dec.: A.C. promoted to Associate Professor, University of Melbourne.

1994: Paris, Feb. 22: Metal Construction, Home Movie – a Day in the Bush, Eikon, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Waterfall, Days in Ubud, The Pause Between Frames  shown at Scratch Projection.
Brussels, Feb. 24: Metal Construction, Home Movie – A Day in the Bush, Eikon, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Nega/Positive on Three Images by Baldwin Spencer, Notes on the Passage of Time, Floterian, Waterfall shown in retrospective at Musée du cinéma, Royal Belgium Film Archive.
 - - - - - - -Feb. 25: Projected Light presented at STUC (Leuven).
Berlin, March 1: Projected Light at Kino Arsenal, Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek.
Bangkok, March 4: retrospective screening at Thai National Film Archive.
Madrid, Spain, March: Waterfall, Home Movie shown at Festival of Experimental Cinema.
Sydney, March 20: Zap screened in Lightworks at Museum of Contemporary Art.
Melbourne, March 26: Zap screened in Lightworks at State Film Centre.
 - - - - - - - - - A.C. chaired talk & discussion by David Curtis in Lightworks  at State Film Centre.
            *Issue #73/74 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.
- - - - - - - - May 13: Walking to Yeh Pulu shown at Kiosk 8, State Film Theatre:.
San Francisco, June 11: Projected Light at The San Francisco Cinematheque.
New York, June 15: A.C. introduced Baldwin Spencer films at Domitor Conference, MoMA.
- - - - - - - - -June 17: A.C. gave paper on Baldwin Spencer at Domitor Conference, NYU.
- - - - - - - - -June 18: Projected Light at The Millennium.
Toronto, June 20: Projected Light at Pleasure Dome (Cinecycle venue).
Auckland, June 23: Projected Light at Auckland University (arranged by Roger Horrocks).
Melbourne, July 13: The Pause Between Frames screened at Melbourne Super 8 Film Group.
- - - - - - - - -July 28: Ivor’s Tiger Xmas Card screened at Kiosk 8, State Film Theatre (Melb Super 8 Group).
Brisbane, August 6: presented Projected Light at Brisbane International Film Festival.
Melbourne, Oct. 28: The Walking Track screened at Kiosk 8, State Film Theatre (Melb Super 8 Group).

1995: Melbourne, April 30: A.C. gave paper on Baldwin Spencer at Univ. of Melbourne Film Conference.
Paris, May 31: In This Life’s Body screened in Journaux filmés, Cinéma du Museé, Centre Georges Pompidou.
Melbourne, June: Issue #77/78 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.
Melbourne, July 27: In This Life’s Body screened at Erwin Rado Theatre.
Melbourne, August 10: Passage, Corporeal and other 2-screen films shown at Erwin Rado Theatre (arranged by MIMA).
Sydney, August 19: program of films entitled The Colour of Time screened at Art Gallery of NSW (curated by Sydney Intermedia Network).
Berlin, August 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 25, 27: 400 Frames, Video Self-Portrait, Printer Light Play, Notes on the Passage of Time each shown twice at Kino Arsenal (Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek).
Melbourne, Sept. 10: Ivor Paints shown at Super Kiosk 8 (8th Melbourne Super 8 Film Festival), at State Film Theatre.
Paris, Oct. 6: extract from 3-Colour Separations – Landscapes (as 3 B&W separations on 3 projectors), Heat Shimmer and Waterfall shown at the Louvre museum auditorium during La couleur au cinéma congress. (A.C. present to introduce program).
Melbourne, October 10: Decadal shown at Melbourne Super 8 Film Group in theme program ‘Deca...’
Canberra, Oct. 11: The Pause Between Frames shown at Festival of Contemporary Arts, Gorman House Arts Centre.
- - - - - - - -Nov. 9: In This Life’s Body at An Alternative History of Cinems, National Library of Australia.
Melbourne, Nov. 23: A.C. gave paper on Baldwin Spencer at 4th International Documentary Conference, George Cinema, St. Kilda.
- - - - - - - -  Nov. 25-29: The Berlin Apartment at La Mama Theatre.
New York, Nov.: In This Life’s Body screened at Museum of Modern Art in Centenary of Australian Cinema program.
Sydney, Dec.: In This Life’s Body screened at Art Gallery of NSW in Centenary of Australian Cinema program.
Melbourne, Dec.: Issue #79/80 of Cantrills Filmnotes published.

1996: Los Angeles, Feb. 16: In This Life’s Body screened at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Melbourne, April: Rolling Column...Twenty-five years of Cantrills Filmnotes, article in ‘Australian Book Review’ No. 179..
Melbourne, April: Magic and the Cinema, article by A.C. in ‘Gazette’, Univ. of Melbourne. (In same issue: Baldwin Spencer, Cinematographer, article by Marcel Maslin on Cantrills’ Baldwin Spencer research.)
Sydney, June 11 & 12: two screenings at Sydney Film Festival: 4000 Frames, Myself When Fourteen, Moving Statics, Earth Message, Waterfall, Floterian, Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture 1964, Harry Hooton.
Melbourne, Sept. 18: two programs at Melbourne Cinémathèque (State Film Theatre): Home Movie, White-Orange-Green, Zap, Island Fuse, Experiments in Three-Colour Separation, Waterfall, Two Women. Myself When Fourteen, Ivor Paints.
Melbourne, Oct. 24: Tidal River shown at Naked 8 (9th Melbourne International Super 8 Festival) at State Film Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 13: Petunias shown at Experimenta Media Arts Festival, Compound Eye program.

1997: Wrote entry on Australian experimental films for Oxford Univ. Press ‘Companion to Australian Film’.
Melbourne, Feb.: curated and participated in Lost Films program.
- - - - - - - - -April 1: curated program of Australian Short Films of the 1950s and 1960s at Erwin Rado Theatre.
Sydney, May: curated and participated in Lost Films  program at NFSA theatre for AFTRS.
Melbourne, May 25: curated and participated in National Gallery of Vic. show, Experimental Films of the 1950s.
Cairns, June 15: Screening of short films at Cairns Regional Art Gallery.
Melbourne, July 8: Waterfall shown in Lost and Found, curated by Lee Smith, Caulfield Arts Centre (Glen Eira).
Ottawa, July 26: curated and participated in an Australian program at Ottawa Super 8 Festival.
Ballarat: showed Articulated Image at Ballarat Super 8 Festival.
Darwin, July 17: Walking to Yeh Pulu shown at 24 Hour Art Show, Northern Territory Centre for Contemporary Art..
Taiwan: showed Pause Between Frames in Surprise Super 8 festival.
Sydney, Aug. 13: The Second Journey to Uluru, University of Western Sydney, Nepean.
Melbourne, Oct 3 and 4: Articulated Image shown at Fringe Festival.
Melbourne, :Waterfall shown at A.I.R., Glen Eira Art Centre.
Melbourne, Nov. 26 to 30: The Bemused Tourist (3-screen film-performance) La Mama Theatre.
Melbourne, Dec. 7: Moving Statics and Ramayana/Legong shown at Dance Lumiere Dancehouse.

1998: Melbourne, March 11: gave talk on optically printing Super 8 to 16mm at Melbourne Super 8 group.
Melbourne, March 16: Harry Hooton shown at Dancehouse.
Melbourne, March 27: Illuminations of the Mundane - Late Light shown at The Bridge, Footscray Community Arts Centre.
Fremantle, April 28: In This Life’s Body at Edith Cowan University.
- - - - - - - - -April 29: lecture-screening at Film and Television Institute.
- - - - - - - - -April 30: lecture-screening at Murdoch University.
- - - - - - - - -April 30: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at Curtin University.
Darwin, May 3: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture and films at Museum Theatre, Darwin Film Society.
- - - - - - -May 5: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at Northern Territory University.
- - - - - - - May 5: In This Life’s Body at Museum Theatre, Darwin Film Society.
Melbourne, June 15: The Garden of Chromatic Disturbance shown at Dancehouse Bernie O’Regan Show.
Sydney, June 25: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at NSW State Library.
Ballarat: Ivor’s Xmas Card shown at The Enigma Underground, Ballarat Super 8 Film group.
Melbourne, July 1: National Gallery of Vic. Gallery Society: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture.
- - - - - - - - -July 29: SSCA: Public ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture.
- - - - - - - - -Sept. 9: Ivor Paints Arf Arf shown at Film/Music at the Musicians Club.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 4 to 8: The Becak Driver at La Mama Theatre.
- - - - - - - - -Nov. 16: City of Chromatic Dissolution shown in Margin of Error show at Dancehouse.

1999: Canberra, Jan 27: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at National Gallery of Australia.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Bouddi and Earth Message introduced and shown at National Botanic Gardens.
Melbourne, March 11: Becak Driver – Superimposed shown at Ultra Projections, Dancehouse..
Melbourne, April 15: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at Deakin Univ, Rusden.
Sydney, May 4: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at University of Western Sydney (Nepean).
- - - - - - - - - - - - Colour in Film lecture (incl 3-col sep. films) given at UTS.
- - - - - - -May 5: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at Sydney College of Arts (Syd. Univ.).
- - - - - - -May 6: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at Univ. of NSW.
Melbourne May 27: City of Chromatic Intensity & Ivor Paints Arf Arf at Ultraprojections 2, Dancehouse.
Brisbane, July 4: In This Life’s Body shown at State Library of Queensland.
- - - - - - - - -July 29: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture given at Fine Arts, Melb. Univ.
Warth, Switzerland, Sept. 3: Warrah at ‘Land- und Leidenschaften’ (Kunstmuseum des Kantons Thurgau).
Sydney. Oct. 11-15: five performances of The Becak Driver during residency at Rex Cramphorn Studio, Centre for Performance Studies, University of Sydney.
Sydney, Oct. 15: ‘Colour in Cinema’ lecture at University of NSW.

2000: *Final issue of Cantrills Filmnotes, #93-100, published.
Los Angeles, Feb. 28: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at University of Southern California.
- - - - - - - - - -Feb. 29: Program similar to March 2 shown at California Institute of the Arts.
San Francisco, March 2: Myself When Fourteen, Articulated Image, Airey’s Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, City of Chromatic Intensity, Illuminations of the Mundane–Spring shown at San Francisco Cinematheque.
- - - - - - - - - - -March 3: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at San Francisco School of Art for George Kuchar’s class.
New York, March 4: Bogor to Bandung, Agung Gives Ivor a Haircut, Walking to Yeh Pelu, Days in Ubud, Ramayana/Legong, Jalan Raya– Ubud shown at Millennium.
- - - - - - - - -March 6: program as for March 2 shown in Cineprobe at Museum of Modern Art.
Amherst, Mass., March 7: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture and film screening at Hampshire College, similar to above program.
Toronto, March 9: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at York University & program as for March 2 shown at Pleasure Dome.
Frankfurt, March 13: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture & Airey’s Inlet, Waterfall, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, City of Chromatic Intensity, Pause Between Frames, Jalan Raya, Ubud, Autumn Study shown at Deutsches Filmmuseum.
- - - - - - - - March 15: Petunias, Articulated Image, Myself When Fourteen, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Illuminations of the Mundane – Spring shown at Deutsches Filmmuseum.
Paris, March 21: Airey’s Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, City of Chromatic Intensity, Jalan Raya - Ubud, Autumn Study shown at Scratch, Centre Wallonie Bruxelles.
- - - - - March 23: Studies in Image (De) Generation, Corporeal (both 2-screen), Heat Shimmer, Myself When Fourteen, Articulated Image, Illuminations of the Mundane – Spring, Ivor Paints Arf Arf shown at Centre Pompidou, Musée de l’art moderne.
Melbourne, May 22 & 23: Chromatic Articulation: film screenings at La Mama theatre (same as March 2 program, above.)
Melbourne, August 3: ‘Knife of Light’ paper given at Buñuel forum at 49th Melbourne International Film Festival.
Auckland, August 16: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture, University of Auckland.
- - - - - - - - August 17: ‘Colour in Cinema’ lecture, University of Auckland.
- - - - - - - - August 18: ‘Knife of Light’ lecture, and ‘Chromatic Articulation’ screening (as at March 2), University of Auckland.
Wellington, August 21: ‘First Mass Media’ lecture, Victoria University..
- - - - - - - - - -August 22: ‘Chromatic Articulation’ screening (as at March 2), Film Centre at NZ Film Archive.
- - - - - - - - - -August 23: ‘Colour in Cinema’ lecture, Film Centre at NZ Film Archive.
- - - - - - - - - -August 24: ‘Knife of Light’ lecture, Victoria University..
Melbourne, Nov. 17: Bouddi shown in Bodyworks on screen 2000, Treasury Theatre.

2001: Melbourne, March 2: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at Fine Arts, Univ. of Melbourne.
Melbourne, March 5 & 6: The Land is Not Empty shown at Ultraprojections 3, La Mama.
Melbourne, March 28: film screening for 3rd year class, SCA, Melb. Univ. (John Cumming).
- - - - - - - - -April 3: Robert Klippel – Metal Construction, Red Stone Dancer, Home Movie – a Day in the Bush, Eikon, 4000 Frames, Notes on the Passage of Time, Waterfall, Articulated Image, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Zap shown at ‘Five Decades of Filmmaking’, Melbourne University Film Association.
Sydney, April 10: ‘Knife of Light’ lecture on surrealist film at University of Western Sydney.
----------April 10: ‘Colour in Cinema’ lecture at University of Technology Sydney.
----------April 11: ‘Knife of Light’ lecture on surrealist film at University of  NSW.
Frankfurt, May 23: At Eltham shown in series of Landscape programs at Mal Seh’n Kino.
Melbourne, May 16: Junk Sculpture #3, Dream, Moving Statics, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Studies in Image (De)Generation, Waterfall screened at Fine Arts, Melb. University.
Canberra, May 23: ‘1901 Cinematography of Baldwin Spencer’ lecture, ANU School of Art (Photomedia: Denise Ferris),
- - - - - - - - - ‘Colour and Film’ lecture at National Film and Sound Archive (SSA).
Canberra, May 24: The Becak Driver (Short version) at ANU Asian Studies,
- - - - - - - - - ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at National Library of Australia.
Canberra, May 24: Bouddi, Warrah, Two Women, Waterfall, Atherton Tablelands (as work in progress, later titled Capricornia) at National Botanic Gardens.
Melbourne, August 8 to 12: Light Stream at La Mama: Program 1: Making Window Pictures & Metal Collage (2-screen), Kinegraffiti & Galaxy (2-screen), Robert Klippel Junk Sculpture No. 3 & 1964 (2-screen), Robert Klippel – Drawings (extract), The Incised Image (extract), Dream, Red Stone Dancer, Pink Metronome (2-screen), Room (2-screen), 16 Image Film, Eikon (2-screen), Hand made film workshop & Calligraphy Contest for the New Year (2-screen), Filed Film & Batik Film (2-screen), Gold Fugue (2-screen), The City (2-screen) Blast, The Boiling Electric Jug Film . 2: FUD 69, 4000 Frames, White Orange Green, Bouddi, Harry Hooton. 3 (repeated): The Becak Driver – Superimposed (2-screen), Light Shards, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Floriana on the Esplanade, Capricornia, Folded             Sandstone. 4: Home Movie – A Day in the Bush, Agung Gives Ivor a Haircut, Ivor’s Tiger Christmas Card, Ivor Paints Arf Arf.
Adelaide, Sept. 3: Flinders University: ‘Knife of Light’ lecture and film screening (Capricornia, Pause Between Frames, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, City of Chromatic Intensity).
Adelaide, Sept. 4: Mercury Cinema (Media Resource Centre): ‘First Mass Media’ lecture and film screening: Myself When 14, Articulated Image, Airey’s Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Ramayana/Legong, Days in Ubud.
Castlemaine, Oct. 7: In This Life’s Body at Castlemaine Film Club, introduced by Corinne Cantrill.
Paris, Nov. 6: Scratch Projection: Light Shards, Notes on Berlin, Capricornia, Folded Sandstone, Floriana on the Esplanade.
Nantes, Nov. 9: Mire: Light Shards, Articulated Image, Aireys Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Floriana on the Esplanade, Capricornia, City of Chromatic Intensity, Ivor Paints Arf Arf.
Brussels, Nov. 15: Filmmuseum: film program as for Nov. 9.
The Hague, Nov. 16: Filmhuis: ‘First Mass Media’ lecture.
The Hague, Nov. 17: Filmhuis: Myself When 14, Articulated Image, Aireys Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Floriana on the Esplanade, Capricornia, City of Chromatic Intensity, Ivor Paints Arf Arf.
Amsterdam, Nov. 19: Nederlands Filmmuseum: Myself When 14, Articulated Image, Aireys Inlet, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Capricornia,, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Light Shards.
Cologne, Nov. 20: Kunsthochschule für Medien: film program as for Nov. 19.
Bremen, Nov. 21: Kino 46: film program as for Nov. 19.
Münster, Nov. 22: Die Linse: film program as for Nov. 19.
Prague, Nov. 26: Ponrepo: film program as for Nov. 19.
Berlin, Nov. 29: Free University: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture.
- - - - - - - - - - Kino Arsenal: Myself When 14, City of Chromatic Dissolution,, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Light Shards, The Pause Between Frames, Ramayana-Legong, The Land is Not Empty.
Berlin, Dec. 1: Kino Arsenal: Articulated Image, Aireys Inlet, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Capricornia, Notes on Berlin, City of Chromatic Intensity, Light Shards, Folded Sandstone.
Karlsruhe, Dec. 2: Kinemathek: film program as for Nov. 19.
Frankfurt, Dec. 4: Deutsches Filmmuseum: Folded Sandstone, Light Shards, Notes on Berlin, Capricornia, The Land is not Empty.

2002: Melbourne, March 19: Len Lye lecture/screening, Monash University Museum of Art.
Karlsruhe Kinemathek, March 24 : Bouddi, Earth Message, At Eltham – A Metaphor on Death, Heat Shimmer, Warrah, Two Women .
Karlsruhe Kinemathek, April 14: The Second Journey (To Uluru).
Zurich, May 25, Jun. 21: Experiments in Three-Colour Separation, Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber (also in Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof Museum Für Gegenwart).
Brisbane, July 28: Len Lye lecture/screening, Queensland Gallery of Art.
- - - - - - - -July 29: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at Queensland College of Art.
- - - - - - - -July 30: Screening of Cantrill films at Queensland College of Art.
Rockhampton, August 1: Screening of 1970s Cantrill films & ‘Knife of Light’ lecture at University of Central Queensland.
- - - - - - - - -August 2: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture & screening of recent Cantrill films at University of Central Queensland.
Sydney, August 14 & 18: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No 1, Robert Klippel Drawings shown at Art Gallery of NSW Robert Klippel Exhibition.
Melbourne, August 15: ‘The First Mass Media’ lecture at Monash University Visual Culture Research Laboratory.
Sydney, August 21 & 25: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No 2 shown at Art Gallery of NSW, Robert Klippel Exhibition.
Sydney, August 28, Sept. 1: Red Stone Dancer, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska shown at Art Gallery of NSW Robert Klippel Exhibition.
Sydney, Sept. 4 & 8: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No 3 Art Gallery of NSW Robert Klippel Exhibition.
Melbourne, Sept. 6: ‘Proto Animation’ lecture, at Monash University Faculty of Art and Design.
Sydney, Sept. 11 & 16: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture 1964, Art Gallery of NSW Robert Klippel Exhibition.
Sydney, Sept. 18 & 22: Robert Klippel – Metal Construction 1960, Art Gallery of NSW Robert Klippel Exhibition.

2003: Melbourne, March 20: ‘The Image and the Machine’ lecture at Monash University Visual Culture Research Laboratory.
Buenos Aries, May: In This Life’s Body shown at Buenos Aries Independent Film Festival.
Adelaide, August 24: 2 lectures: ‘The Surrealist Films of Dusan Marek’ & ‘Australian Surrealist Films’ (incl. Imprints) at Art Gallery of South Australia.
August 25: Screening at Flinders University: Imprints, Island Fuse, Pause between Frames, Ramayana/Legong, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Myself When Fourteen
Lisbon, October 26:  A ‘tribute’ screening at the Lisbon Biennale of Earth Message, Warrah, Articulated Image, Island Fuse, 4000 Frames, The Pause Between Frames, White-Orange-Green, Notes on the Passage of Time, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Light Shards.

2004: Melbourne, Feb. 2: Skin of Your Eye, 20 minute extract, shown at Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
La Réunion, May 14, 15, 16: City of Chromatic Dissolution shown at musée Léon Dierx.
Melbourne, July 16: ‘Four Moreland Filmmakers’, screening of super 8 films, Walking to Yeh Pulu, The Pause Between Frames, Ivor’s Tiger Xmas Card, Airey’s Inlet, Light Shards, at Brunswick Neighbourhood House.
Melbourne, Oct. 2: Man Ray as Filmmaker lecture/screening given at National Gallery of Victoria.

2005: Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 15: In This Life’s Body shown at Harvard Film Archive.
Melbourne, July 5: Kinegraffiti and Island Fuse shown at Liquid Architecture congress at Kaleide Theatre.
Brisbane, July 9: Kinegraffiti and Island Fuse shown at Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts

2006: 
Sydney, Jan.19: Ivor Paints Arf Arf screened at NOWNOW Film Festival, RSL Club (OtherFilm).
 - - - - - Jan. 29: The City (3-screen) screened at NOWNOW Film Festival, RSL Club (OtherFilm).
 Brisbane, March 21: screening at Film Club: Studies in Image (De)Generation, Floterian, The Pause Between Frames.
Brisbane, March 23: Hollis Frampton lecture given at opening of OtherFilm Festival at Qld. College of Art Gallery.
- - - - - - - -March 24 :  Zap, BouddiLight Shards, Room of Chromatic Mystery, Myself When 14, Ramayana/Legong, Airey’s Inlet, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Capricornia shown at OtherFilm Festival, Globe Cinema.
- - - - - - - -March 25: Expanded Cinema:  Galaxy and Nebulae projected onto layers of gauzes at cinema entrance, Ecchymoses, Filed Film, Punched Holes, Milky Way Special, 9-Image Film, Boiling Electric Jug, Blast, Eikon, Exercises for a Grid Screen; 3-Screen Films: Fragments, The Room, Pink Metronome, Gold Fugue, The City, 4000 Frames x 3. Film Screen Performance Event : Calligraphy Contest for the New Year shown at OtherFilm Festival, Globe Cinema.
Melbourne, July  10-16: NGV Atrium, Cantrills Filmnotes in independent magazine display during Melbourne Design Festival.
Brisbane, July 16: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture 1964 shown by OtherFilm at Mormon Gibbon.
- - - - - - - Nov. 26: In This Life’s Body screened at Ladyfest.

2007:
Melbourne, June 19: A.C. gave paper,  ‘Dusan Marek – a Surrealist Film Practice’, at ‘Animated Dialogues 2007 Conference’.
Melbourne, July 13: soundtrack of Eikon included on CD Artefacts of Australian Experimental Music, 1930-1973 launched at Liquid Architecture event.
Sydney, September 7-10: participated as judges in Sydney Underground Film Festival. Post-Festival events included the following two lecture-screenings –
Sydney, September 11: Lecture screening at Sydney College of the Arts:  Red Stone Dancer, 4000 Frames, Bouddi, Island Fuse, Home Movie - a Day in the Bush,  Eikon, Nega/Positive on 3 Images by Baldwin Spencer, Pause Between Frames, Ivor Paints Arf Arf
Sydney, September 12: Lecture-screening at Sydney College of the Arts: Articulated Image, Ramayana/Legong, Aireys Inlet, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Light Shards, Floterian, Room of Chromatic Mystery, Myself When 14
Melbourne, September 21: screening  at Brunswick  Neighbourhood House of Earth Message, a program of landscape films: Bouddi, Island Fuse, Two Women, Earth Message, Folded Sandstone, Tidal River  (extract).

2008:
Brisbane, Feb. 20:  City of Chromatic Intensity shown at State Library of Queensland in The (Mis)built Environment program.
Windsor, Ont., Canada: March 7: The Room of Chromatic Mystery shown in Media City Festival 14, and awarded honourable mention by festival jury.
Brisbane, Aug. 24: In This Life’s Body screened at State Library of Queensland in Filmworks – artists who make films progam.
Melbourne, Nov. 9: Corinne Cantrill’s 80th birthday screening at La Mama theatre.: Home Movie – A Day in the Bush , Articulated Image, Harry Hooton extract, Ivor’s Tiger Christmas Card, Ming-Wei to Singaraja, Agung Gives Ivor a Haircut, Ramayana/Legong , Illuminations of the Mundane – Spring , Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Room of Chromatic Mystery and In This Life’s Body extract.

2009:
Adelaide, Feb 21: Kinegraffiti shown in ‘post-War Films (1940s-1970s)’, Mercury Cinema.
Tokyo, Feb. 22: 4000 Frames and Waterfall shown in The Australian Avant-Garde, Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions 2009 at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
Sydney, Feb. 23: The City and Meteor Crater, Gosse Bluff (both 3-screen) shown at Chauvel Cinema.
Melbourne, April 5: The Room of Chromatic Mystery screened at Ocular Lab: West Brunswick Sculpture Triennial.
Wellington, June 11: 4000 Frames and Waterfall shown at the NZ Film Archive (OtherFilm)
Wellington, August 4 and 12 Island Fuse and Moving Statics shown at NZ Film Archive by ‘Bomb the Space’.
Melbourne, August 8: Expanded Cinema presentation at Melbourne International Film Festival.
Melbourne, Sept. 17: City of Chromatic Dissolution (digital transfer) begins showing in permanent exhibition, ‘Screen Worlds’ at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
Melbourne, Sept. 28: The Water Trick (from Time/Colour Separations), Notes on the Passage of Time, Waterfall, City of Chromatic Dissolution, Garden of Chromatic Disturbance, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, The Room of Chromatic Mystery screened at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
Oldenburg, October 22: Printer Light Play screened at Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst in program titled ‘In Face of Nature’.

2010:
Melbourne, all year: City of Chromatic Dissolution (digital transfer) showing continuously in ‘Screen Worlds’ at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
San Francisco, March 2: 4000 Frames and Waterfall shown at the San Francisco Cinematheque (OtherFilm)
Berlin, May 21 and 25: Earth Message, Heat Shimmer, 4000 Frames, Notes on the Passage of Time, Notes on Berlin, screened at Arsenal Kino 2.
Melbourne, June 6: Meteor Crater, Gosse Bluff, Kinegraffiti, Petunias, Nine Image Film, The Room of Chromatic Mystery, Eikon, The Second Journey (To Uluru) (excerpt), Airey's Inlet, White-Orange-Green, Articulated Image, Imprints, At Uluru (excerpt), Floterian, Studies in Image (De) Generation, screened at ACMI at a launch of the CD of Cantrill Sound compositions: ‘Chromatic Mysteries’.
Adelaide, June 19: Kinegraffiti, Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No. 3, 1963, Dream, Red Stone Dancer, Rehearsal at the Arts Laboratory, Home Movie – A Day in the Bush, White 0range Green, 4000 Frames, Island Fuse, Studies in Image (De)Generation, Waterfall, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Articulated Image, Petunias, Light Shards, The Room of Chromatic Mystery, Myself When Fourteen, shown at Mercury Cinema during duetto exhibition, Australian Experimental Art Foundation.
Melbourne, October 10: Adventure Playground, Bouddi, Two Women, The Pause Between Frames, Ramayana/Legong, Berlin -- The Divided City, Capricornia, The Room of Chromatic Mystery screened at ACMI in the ‘Grain of the Voice’ Retrospective: ‘Voices of Others’.
Melbourne, October 17: Island Fuse, The Second Journey (To Uluru) extract, Waterfall, Airey’s Inlet, The Land is Not Empty, Meteor Crater -- Gosse Bluff (2-screen), Interior/Exterior (2-screen), Corporeal (2-screen) screened at ACMI in the ‘Grain of the Voice’ Retrospective: ‘Terra Australis’.
Sydney, October 17: Floterian and Studies in Image (De)Generation screened at The Studio, Sydney Opera House: Brilliant Journeys (OtherFilm).
Melbourne, October 24: Jas Duke Fragment, Skin of Your Eye extract: Roget, The Incised Image, Moving Statics, Rehearsal at the Arts Lab, Skin of Your Eye extract: Think of a Movie, Projected Light extract: Futurist Sequence, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Myself When Fourteen screened at ACMI in the ‘Grain of the Voice’ Retrospective: ‘Voices of Artists’.
Melbourne, October 24: Jas Duke Fragment, Skin of Your Eye extract: Roget, The Incised Image, Moving Statics, Rehearsal at the Arts Lab, Skin of Your Eye extract: Think of a Movie, Projected Light extract: Futurist Sequence, Ivor Paints Arf Arf, Myself When Fourteen screened at ACMI in the ‘Grain of the Voice’ Retrospective: ‘Voices of Artists’.
Melbourne, October 31: Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No. 3, 1963, FUD 69, Eikon, Home Movie – a Day in the Bush,  Imprints, Harry Hooton screened at ACMI in the ‘Grain of the Voice' Retrospective: ‘Harry Hooton, the Outsider Poet’.
Athens, December 4 and 10: Home Movie, A Day in the Bush screened at 51st Thessaloniki International Film Festival: Experimental Forum (program of Australian experimental films).

2011:
Melbourne, all year: City of Chromatic Dissolution (digital transfer) showing continuously in ‘Screen Worlds’ at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
Melbourne, March 8 to June 5: Island Fuse, 4000 Frames, Blast, Eikon, Myself When Fourteen, Rainbow Diary, Robert Klippel – Junk Sculpture No. 3, 1963, Dream, Making Window Pictures, and extracts from Moving Statics, Harry Hooton, Experiments in Three-Colour Separation continually screened in digital format in ‘Light Years’ exhibition, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).
Melbourne, June 4: In This Life’s Body screened at ACMI.
Bremen, November 11: Printer Light Play screened at City 46.
Melbourne, December 9: performance by Arthur Cantrill of audio improvisations using reel to reel analogue reverb and white noise feedback at The Shape of Sound Vol 2 (Iceage Productions) CD launch, Grace Darling Hotel, Collingwood.

2012:
Melbourne, May 20: The Brunswick Community History Group arranged a Tribute to the Cantrills at the Bridie O’Reilly Irish Pub. Speakers included Garrie Hutchinson and Jake Wilson and the Cantrills spoke of their filmmaking  career.
Grimstad, Norway, mid-June: Bouddi and Waterfall screened at the Norwegian Short Film Festival.
Oslo, mid-June: Bouddi and Waterfall screened at the Oslo Cinematheque.
Berlin, June 25: Heat Shimmer screened at Kino Arsenal in a program titled ‘Filmmaker’s Choice’, curated by Deborah Phillips.
Brussels, August 1 and 17: The Second Journey (to Uluru) screened at the Cinematek in a program titled ‘Seven avant-garde films about the landscape’, during ‘Summer of Photography’.

2013:
Canberra, March 7: Harry Hooton screened at National Library of Australia during the Canberra Centenary celebrations.
Naples, May 28: Island Fuse screened at E-M Arts.

2014:
Barcelona, February 13: The City of Chromatic Dissolution, Notes on the Passage of Time, Waterfall, Warrah, Island Fuse, Home Movie. A Day in the Bush, Studies in Image (De) Generation screened at Xcèntric, Centre du Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB).
Lisbon, February 12, 13 and 14: Heat Shimmer screened at Culturgest.
Barcelona, March 13: Heat Shimmer screened at Xcèntric, Centre du Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB).
Melbourne, October 23: Ten Cantrill films screened at Goodtime Studios, basement 746 Swanston Street Carlton, arranged by Artist Film Workshop, details: http://artistfilmworkshop.org/2014/10/afw-nfsa-4/
Melbourne, December 10: The City of Chromatic Dissolution and The City of Chromatic Intensity screened at open-air event at MPavilion, Queen Victoria Gardens: ‘Ambient Night of Analogue Light’, arranged by OtherFilm.

2015:
Barcelona, March 12: The Second Journey (To Uluru) screened at Xcèntric, Centre du Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB).
Castlemaine, March 14, 16, 22: At the Edges of Meaning, a four-program retrospective of 37 films and extracts, from the years 1960-2006 was presented by the Cantrills at the Castlemaine State Festival. See: http://castlemainefestival.com.au/2015/event/at-the-edges-of-meaning-2/
Melbourne, July 30: Zap and Angophora and Sandstone screened by Artist Film Workshop at Goodtime Studios.
Basel, Switzerland, August 15: Heat Shimmer and Warrah screened at Neues Kino open-air venue on a silo.
Lyon, France, November 20: Juliette Goursat presented a paper on In This Life’s Body at a conference on experimental documentary at Lyon University.
Castlemaine, June to November: a series of six monthly screenings of seldom-seen Cantrill films at the Cantrill home to invited audiences of friends and others.

2016:
Stockholm, May 16: Home Movie, a Day in the Bush and Island Fuse screened at Fylkingen, ny musik och intermediakonst.
Toronto, June 28: Experiments in Three-Colour Separation and At Eltham screened at ‘Early Monthly Segments’ #85 @ Gladstone Hotel, Ballroom.
Brisbane, July 23: Robert Klippel - Metal Construction, 1960 and Robert Klippel - Junk Sculpture 1964 screened at the Queensland Film Festival in a repeat of a program of the first Brisbane Film Festival in 1966, to celebrate the Festival’s 50th anniversary.
Canberra, September 15: Ivor Paints Arf Arf screened at University of Canberra at a symposium on film and poetry: “Poetry on the Move”. See http://poetryonthemovefilm.tumblr.com
Lausanne, Switzerland, October 22: Island Fuse screened at The 15th Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival (LUFF).

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