Discovering authentic coach handbags outlet,pretty best Coach handbags/bags/purses…highly sale at pretty low price.Enough orders for you,just click here and order immediately.FREE delivery! The 'uncola' of film festivals turns 15 When: Oct. 1220It's hard to believe it's already the 15th anniversary of Victoria's annual autumn showcase of subversive cinema. Yes, it's still the "uncola" of film and video festivals what 7Up was to Coke and Pepsi in the 1970s. Ironically, the underground festival some skeptics predicted wouldn't last has become even more relevant in the YouTube era. "We're gratified that people still want to see and do this," says director Todd Eacrett, who admits Antimatter isn't the easiest sell. "Experimental film, media art whatever you want to call it sounds kind of educational or scary. It's a challenge." What was once a niche alternative selfexpression has for better or for worse become the norm in the digital age. With Hollywood and the major television networks now upstaged by usergenerated content and a multitude of new niches since the inception of the festival, coach purse outlet store still curated by Deborah De Boer viewing habits have changed dramatically. Audiences have become increasingly fractured and more willing to seek out unique viewpoints and media sources "because they can," says Eacrett, who theorizes festivals such as Antimatter have been able to survive because of a side effect. "There's such a huge amount of content now, and a lot of it is not very good," he says. "I think the role of our festival is to wade through that and to find what we think is important or worth seeing and to contextualize it so it isn't just random." With media art now so universally accessible, what's lacking is the "filter" consumers once had, he adds. "That filter used to be a critic, or the guy at the record store who really knew what you liked," he said. "With the growth of the Internet and the decline of the hegemony of singlemedia monopolies, there's so much out there but it's uncatalogueable." As always, this year's lineup is bold and eclectic. There's even a tip of the hat to tradition, our enduring fondness for analog and oldfashioned civic pride in Tourist Season, coach online outlet store a collection of vintage "home movies" depicting Victoria from the 1930s to 1980s. Eacrett and De Boer are even inviting locals to share their own coach purses outlet stores homemovie footage for a trip down memory lane. Festival screenings will take place for the first time at the 218seat Vic Theatre in part because it's available, has a big screen and still has a 35millimetre projector to augment offerings in digital formats and 16millimetre fare, he said. Another new initiative is paywhatyoucan ticketing ($5 to $8 per screening program/performance is suggested). Tickets will be available at the door from 30 minutes before showtime. "We wanted to make it as democratic as possible," Eacrett said. filmmaker Ben Rivers' portrait of a middleaged man living an earthy, frugal "off the grid" wilderness lifestyle; and I Have Always Been a Dreamer, Sabine Gruffat's documentary on the striking contrasts between two cities defined by questionable ideologies Detroit and Dubai. Noteworthy shorts include Craig's Cutting Room Floor, Linda Scobie's film created authentic coach online outlet from single frames discarded by underground collage artist Craig Baldwin; Last Year, Paul Wong's intriguing assemblage of 6,000 images from various sources; Taipei Taxi, Brian Lye's "undercover documentary" based on a story told by a taxi driver, unaware he was being recorded; and Manhole 452, the Canadian premi of a cautionary tale about the dangers that lie beneath San Francisco's manhole covers. The festival's two art installations can be viewed for free in the Vic Theatre lobby and at Deluge Contemporary Art, online coach outlet respectively. Salas, a collection of posters for five fictional films conceived by Julio Orozco, is an excerpt from the Tijuana conceptual artist's Movie Houses of the Past, Projections in the Future.