On the occasion of the arrival in Paris of the filmmaker Daïchi Saïto, who just won the Tiger Award at the Rotterdam International Film Festival with his new film Engram of Returning, we invite you to an experimental movie night Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 20h at the Finnish Institute.
The 35mm format is the most used of the silver film cinema. Considered the "standard format", it measures 35 millimeters wide and has in its edges rectangular perforations to ensure its traction by the various mechanisms of shooting and projection.
For the second year, the Collectif Jeune Cinéma calls for media-based works from LGBTIQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Intersex and Queer) filmmakers. It concerns all filmmakers who invoke and/or defy these identities in demand of a fresh and original view of the world and that seek a unique language through formal, narrative and poetic experimentation.
The works we are looking for are produced by imaginaries freed from all codes prescribed by dominant heteronormative culture. They should be exciting, inspirational and political all at the same time. They should take and give pleasure, upset, transform and emerge as spaces of freedom for both body and mind.
My Hand Outstretched to the Winged Distance and Sightless Measure is the title of the cycle that brings together 18 films by Robert Beavers, produced between 1967 and 2001. This session presents three films from each of the three parts that make up the cycle, in which the filmmaker works manually, impressing his gestures on both the filming and the editing.
In Early Monthly Segments, Beavers portrays himself and shows his working method by focusing on the cinematographic device. In Work Done he uses metaphor and visual allusion to generate correspondences between filmic procedures and the archetypal forms of artisan work. In AMOR he presents tailoring as a metaphor of the emotions surrounding love, separation and the metonymic twinning of objects.
The Peephole Cinema is pleased to present Street Sets - compositions made from the visual rhythms of urban settings. Work by Eric Dyer, Johan Rijpma and Caleb Wood will be on view 24 hours a day from February 15th through March 27th, 2016. Curated by Sarah Klein.
Monday, February 15, 2016 (All day) to Sunday, March 27, 2016 (All day)
This screening fits into our running programme and the theme of essayism, and it is an announcement to the programme In Between Lines of the forthcoming Courtisane Festival in which Offoff and Courtisane present The Song of the Shirt, a unique and influential film by Sue Clayton and Jonathan Curling (1979). It is a study of the position of working women in the 1840's, the effects of protectionist 'philanthropy' and the resistance to it.
Next Sunday February 7 Xcèntric screens two films by Boris Lehman for the first time in Barcelona. The NOOK-Poble Sec association and the Cinema Anèmic screening series want to take this opportunity to project the next day, on Monday February 8, three more short pieces in 16mm, presented by the director himself.
Programmed by Boris Lehman:
- Muet comme une carpe / Silent as a fish / Belgium-RFA / 1987 / 38’ / 16 mm / colour
UNEXPOSED Microcinema is putting out a call for feature length experimental films in any sub-genre. We are also looking for curated programs of experimental shorts (individuals and festival programmers are encouraged to submit). Desired runtime for either of these will run between 45min and 2hr. Your feature film or curated program will take place in our venue situated in downtown Durham, North Carolina in the Golden Belt Arts District.