If you are in SAN FRANCISCO, don’t miss the San Francisco Zine Fest
Aug 31st + Sept 1st 2013–11am-5pm
San Francisco County Fair Building
1199 9th Ave and Lincoln Way
(in Golden Gate Park)
You can pick up a copy of Issue #2 NON/FICTIONS ISSUE of CANYON CINEMAGAZINE, featuring an article on AXWFILM FEST’s Panel Discussion that took place at Millennium Film Workshop in NOV 2011!
This piece was edited by Courtney Fellon who designed the AXW logo- THANKS COURTNEY!
CANYON CINEMAZINE at ZINE FEST will be sharing a table with fellow artists Plumbirds.
NON/FICTIONS ISSUE AVAILABLE AUG 31
40pgs, vellum cover featuring a lightbox collage by Mark Street
With contributions from:
Claire Bain / Elizabeth Block / James Cleeland / Chris Cogan / Alex Edgeworth / Linda Fenstermaker / Gerry Fialka / Mathew Galindo / Bryan Konefsky & Basement Films / Toney Merritt / Daniel Mitchell / Albert G. Nigrin / Abraham Ravett / Bernard Roddy / Ken Paul Rosenthal / Russell Sheaffer / Mark Street / Julieta Triangular / Steve Wetzel / Lili White & AXWFF / Roger Wilson / David R. Witzling / John Woods / Mi Young
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ISSUE #3 — Special section on sound/music
The purpose of this zine is to reignite the discussion of underground and experimental ﬁlm/video practice and theory, putting artists in the Bay Area in dialogue with the greater experimental community. It is a platform for art, ephemera, letters, jokes, as well as critical writing and insights into the ever-changing ﬁeld.
We are asking for filmmakers, media artists as well as scholars and curators to submit letters, writing, artwork, photos, doodles, recipes and anything else for consideration. We are open to a wide variety of formats, but please submit black and white submissions only to keep printing costs at a minimum.
The fall issue will include a special themed section on music/sound, so proposals for for MP3 and WAV files should be sent to:
All other submissions may be mailed to:
P.O. Box 16163
Oakland, CA 94610
Or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions must be postmarked by September 25 for consideration in our fall issue.