Nick Collins’ films consists of an indeterminate, poetic, and observational statement that, combined with a phenomenal sensitivity to light, movement and stillness - offers a space for reflection on landscape, cinema, sound and image.
JumbleTron is a two-part video show crafted for public, large-scale screens in Pensacola, Florida (as a part of the CUBED: Luminous Festival, November 8-11), that features a roster of some of the most dynamic artists that ACRE TV has been itching to collaborate with since our last big group show in December 2016. JumbleTron will also broadcast online at ACRETV.orgfrom November 8th to December 31st.
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 15:00 to Monday, December 31, 2018 - 23:45
All Nuit Long - Vidéodanse is a dance video event in Montréal curated by Kim-Sanh Châuand Guillaume Vallée, presented by Studio 303. This event will take place at Studio 303 (Montreal, Canada), dance and interdisciplinary performance, as part of Nuit Blanche Montréal.
"Film will only become an art when its materials are as inexpensive as pencil and paper." (Jean Cocteau)
Films-examples of the former statement of Cocteau. Films -not necessarily low budget, but films that don't accept the film production's example of the film industry, the academic forms, and the relative institutes, that want a film an expensive production field of many specialists and professionals. In this program you can watch films that have been produced with the free use and overuse of a mix made by personal expression, material, human beings and ideas.
Futur Antérieur is a new cycle of meetings proposed at the Cinéma L'Archipel. Every two months, films from the so-called "experimental" cinema will be shown in connection with the editing work of Re: Voir, these sessions will each be tailored to the works and their authors. This cycle opens with a focus on filmmaker Robert Todd, who died last August.
ASG is pleased to announce our Sixth International Video Open Call for time-based media! Yearly we receive dozens of submissions. The theme of the show will grow out of the quality of the submissions we receive and we will start evaluating the submissions immediately.
These words come from Scottish artist and filmmaker Margaret Tait (1918–1999), who would have turned 100 on November 11th. With 11 short films on 11.11 and her only feature on 17.11, we are honoring her uniquely poetic work. The unique thing about Tait’s films is their interest in the unspectacular: “Her images are accessible (a thistle is inevitably a thistle), they are of the everyday and, on this level, a representation of things as they are.