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  • DIM Cinema: Peter Hutton, Near & Far (Program 1)

    DIM Cinema pays tribute to Peter Hutton, the influential American filmmaker and educator who died last June. Cahiers du cinéma described his body of work as radical and singular: “A sort of primitive documentary, silent, which celebrates the beauty of the world without forgetting to observe people, the conditions they live and work under.”

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, April 5, 2017 - 19:30

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  • Ibrida*Pluri Festival III

    Ibrida*Pluri is dedicated to building new platforms of experimentation and presentation within untraditional and traditional settings. Our mandate is to gather structures and collectives under the same event to create new encounters and collaborations.

    This 3rd edition is a two-day festival co-produced by Eastern Bloc in collaboration with Sonya Stefan, Guillaume Vallée and Samuel Bobony. It includes screenings, audio-visual performances, multimedia installations and artist talks.

    Dates: 

    Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 19:00 to Friday, April 28, 2017 - 23:45

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  • The Cube Art Project: Call For Video Artists

    The Cube Art Project is an initiative of the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, the Lincoln Partners for Public Art Development, and ColorKey Media LLC.  We are seeking video art, animations, motion graphics, video-mapping, and/or sound visualization projects for screening on our three dimensional monitor (the Cube) located in the Rail Yard on Canopy Street.

    Deadline: 

    Thursday, June 1, 2017 (All day)
  • Videoart.ist Call for Entries

    Open call is for Videoart.Ist International Video Art Program screenings, also known as Efes Video Arts Screenings and the program is biennial.

    More info for submission: http://www.videoart.ist

    Deadline: 

    Friday, September 1, 2017 (All day)
  • Turbidus Film #20: Luke Fowler and John Chantler

    FYLKINGEN presents TURBIDUS FILM #20: LUKE FOWLER (film/sound) and JOHN CHANTLER (sound) in person.

    The British artist, filmmaker and musician Luke Fowler has over the past 15 years, developed a practice that is, at the same time, singular and collaborative, poetic and political, structural and documentary, archival and deeply human. With an emphasis on communities of people, outward thinkers and the history of the left, his 16mm films tell the stories of alternative movements in Britain, from psychiatry to photography to music to education.

    Dates: 

    Friday, April 7, 2017 - 19:00

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