Stand By For Tape Backup

Please join us on January 24th at 7pm for a screening and discussion of:

standbyfortapebackup

STAND BY FOR TAPE BACKUP (Hot Docs ’15) is a film about memory, death and re-runs, written and directed by Ross Sutherland.

Through repetition and the close reading of pop culture artifacts, this film gives form to the cognitive process of rumination in connection with grief. It demonstrates how individuals bring their own experiences to bear on the meaning they derive from media.

Related themes: narrative medicine, client/patient experience, mental health, grief, performance

2015 · 65 minutes · Cooper Centre (60 Murray St.), Classrooms A&B


Elysse Leonard
Coordinator, Reel Comfort Programme
TIFF Bell Lightbox
Reitman Square
350 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
Phone: 416.599.8433 ext.2246
email: eleonard@nulltiff.net
Website: www.tiff.net

Stand By For Tape Backup