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The annual Open Screening Under the Stars is your chance to screen any shred of celluloid or tape you have kicking around for a maximum of 10 minutes. Bring your latest experimental film or video – finished or unfinished, found or stolen – to our annual outdoor screening in the courtyard at 401 Richmond Street West. We will screen most film and video formats (16mm, 8mm and Super8, VHS, DVD & mini DV) on a first come, first shown basis. Participants should arrive before 9pm. Please do not bring master videos or Beta tape. Any questions? Call us at 416-656-5577. If raining the event will take place at CineCycle, 129 Spadina Avenue (down the lane).
This image of prolific star-forming region RCW 49 exposes breathtaking detail of this dark and dusty region, which is home to more than 2,200 stars. Shown here in two channels, 3.6 microns mapped as cyan and 4.5 microns mapped as red, dusty organic molecules called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) glow in the warmth of the starlight. At 4.5 microns, hot hydrogen gas glows very brightly, much like a neon light glowing in visible light, and can be prominently seen in the image.