Alex Ross, a film-maker from the UK who has lived in Berlin since 1993, presents a common story of neighbourhood displacement in the heart of Berlin. Or, we could also describe it as an amiable tale of Prenzlauer Berg from a time that has almost been forgotten. Shortly after reunification when most of the houses are already refurbished, the Spätkauf (late-night-shop) still provides some place you could call a home, or a community.
The 34th Festival Tous Courts International Short film competitions will be held from November 28th to December 3rd 2016 in Aix-en-Provence. The Festival Tous Courts is hosted by Les Rencontres Cinématographiques d'Aix-en-Provence Association based at 1, Place John Rewald, 13100 Aix-en-Provence -France.
(S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico celebrates its seventh edition in A Coruña from June 1 to 5. This time the festival will hold a special edition under the tilte of "New Impressionists", bringing together both emergent and veteran filmmakers whose work engages the experimentation with light and its pictorial qualities. Probing the limits of sensory perception and subjectivity, this group of filmmakers has signed some of the most visually stimulating works made in recent years. This is the case of Canadian filmmaker Stephen Broomer that will present a fine selection of his 16mm works. Films in which the colors and textures evoke the work of the original Impressionists, and in which the author uses fast sweeps, collisions and movements that challenge the eye, and make imagine the filmmaker operating the camera as if you ran a box light with the ways of action painting.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 (All day) to Sunday, June 5, 2016 (All day)
In January 2015, Light Cone initiated artist residencies dedicated to video-based post-production of films that fall within the realm of experimental cinema, with the objective of supporting 10 to 15 projects per year. Atelier 105 is intended for short-, medium- or feature-length projects, which have completed shooting or are still in the production phase, and which are made with or without the backing of an independent production company. While the project must fall within the field of experimental cinema, no other criteria (format, theme, processing, length, nationality of filmmaker, etc) will be imposed.
Submissions are now open for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival's seventh edition, to be held 2 - 5 March 2017. The submission deadline is 30th October 2016. We welcome submissions of experimental film and artists’ moving image in any format - short or feature length films, live cinema, installations or curated film programmes.
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival is an international festival of experimental film and artists’ moving image. Submissions of artists’ and experimental film from any part of the world are welcome – we celebrate a diverse range of works: the visually experimental, quietly poetic, formally radical, psycho-geographical, politically activist, culturally subversive, psycho-spiritual, the alchemically volatile, the underground and bizarre. Conventional or commercial-style narrative dramas, animations and documentaries are less likely likely to be successful – unless they are truly original in form and content.