Screenings

  • Interlaced Signals at 35th Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg

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    The Hamburg Short Film Festival presents a selection of supreme flickering and abstract films from over three decades.

    Including masterpieces from Billy Roisz, Joost Rekveld, Max Hattler, Thorsten Fleisch and Nan Wan.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, June 9, 2019 - 01:00

    Venue: 

    Kino Lampenlager - Hamburg, Germany
  • BLITZ & Cineinfinito present: Simon Payne

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    Simon Payne studied at the Kent Institute of Art and Design, Maidstone; Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee; and the Royal College of Art, London. As a student, he quickly identified with formal approaches and traditions in experimental film. But he eschewed filmmaking, preferring the immediacy of video, especially when it became a digital medium that facilitated a readily systematic means of dealing with time.

    Dates: 

    Tuesday, June 4, 2019 - 19:00
    Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 19:00

    Venue: 

    Zumzeig Cinema - Barcelona, Spain
  • Designed Reminiscence Vol.2

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    deranged presents the closing of Jean Genet's Eternal Smile (6) - Designed Reminiscence Vol.2

    Designed Reminiscence Vol.2 is the second event in a larger screening series of the same name. The program includes films and videos - from the world over - that explore concepts of family, home and memory. By focusing on these essential components of the human experience, Designed Reminiscence attempts to bridge the geographic and cultural realities that inspire our persons and our images.

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 20:00

    Venue: 

    Synesthesia - New York , Estados Unidos
  • Imaging Her Diaspora, curated by Morrison Gong

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    Synesthesia is pleased to present Imaging Her Diaspora, a screening curated by Morrison Gong. Imaging Her Diaspora presents a selection of films and videos made by women filmmakers that revolves around ethnography, nostalgia, and personal memories.

    Featuring works by Lana Lin, Laure Hocine, Lili White, Caroline Key, Eva Lia Pedriglieri, Utsa Hazarika

    Dates: 

    Thursday, May 30, 2019 - 19:30

    Venue: 

    Synesthesia - New York , Estados Unidos
  • Women I Love

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    The first weekend of June Cinematek celebrates the combat of women, female artists and filmmakers, feminists and their commitment. A weekend focus on female pioneers who have brought new representations of women to the screen, made the camera a weapon for emancipation and have innovated film language: From Les Insoumuses, Carole Roussopoulos & Delphine Seyrig, to Barbara Hammer, and Carolee Schneemann. Four screenings that are remarkably intertwined.

    Dates: 

    Saturday, June 1, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, June 2, 2019 (All day)

    Venue: 

    Cinematek - Brussels, Bélgica
  • Representations of Leaving | Queer Death and heavens

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    These 8 films approach loss and lineages through experimental visual strategies that document rebirths and Queer utopic visions. Calling out a shared invitation to a then and there, leaving behind and moving towards a Queer sublime, the diverse strategies in these films weave together a step out of harm and endings in this time, to something fuller, vaster, and more beautiful.  Curated by Finn Paul.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, June 2, 2019 - 19:30

    Venue: 

    Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian - Los Angeles, United States
  • Cineinfinito #90: Marie Louise Alemann

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    Marie Louise Alemann (North Rhine-Westphalia, 1927 - Buenos Aires, 2015) was a pioneer filmmaker of Argentine experimental cinema. Between the seventies and eighties, she teamed up with fellow filmmakers such as Narcisa Hirsch, Claudio Caldini and Juan José Mugni, among others, and played an important role in the promotion of experimental cinema in Buenos Aires.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, June 2, 2019 - 18:00

    Venue: 

    Círculo de Bellas Artes - Madrid, Spain
  • Stan Brakhage: An Adventure in Perception

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    Avant-garde filmmaker Stan Brakhage moved to New York in 1954, a stay which culminated in the seminal film Anticipation of the Night. Brakhage broke with the idea that film should record and tell a story acted out for the camera. Here, there is no on-screen protagonist; the protagonist is the director, the images on screen communicate his subjectivity. To do so, Brakhage developed an array of strategies and techniques, including fluid handheld camera movements, rapid editing, and the use of abstract imagery.

    Dates: 

    Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - 19:00

    Venue: 

    Barbican Cinema - London, Reino Unido

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