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  • Sesiones Blitz #02: Albert Alcoz

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    Albert Alcoz (Barcelona, 1979) es cineasta, escritor, profesor y programador de cine experimental y videocreación. Doctor en Comunicación por la Universidad Pompeu Fabra de Barcelona, con una tesis doctoral sobre el sonido y el cine estructural (2016). Licenciado en Bellas Artes por la Universidad de Barcelona y Máster de Cine Documental de Creación por la Universidad Pompeu Fabra. Desde 2005 realiza películas en formato super 8, 16mm y vídeo que indagan sobre la naturaleza de la imagen en movimiento, utilizando el medio cinematográfico desde una perspectiva visual y sonora que remite a la tradición del cine de vanguardia, la videocreación y el video musical.

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    Martes, Abril 25, 2017 - 21:00

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  • Cineinfinito #14: Martha Davis

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    Martha Davis nació en Londres, Ontario, en 1959. Se laureó con una licenciatura en Cine y Drama de la Universidad de Toronto y comenzó su carrera como fotógrafa. Ha realizado más de doce películas y ha formado parte de las juntas directivas del Centro de Distribución de Cineastas Canadienses y The Funnel.

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    Sábado, Abril 22, 2017 - 17:00

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  • Nobuhiro Aihara Memorial Screening

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    Nobuhiro Aihara was born in Kanagawa prefecture in 1944, where he studied at the design school. He began his career in television animation in the 1960s and started producing his own independent animation in 1965.  His aesthetic is distinctive for his use of flowing lines, highly complex drawings, and his love of psychedelic colours.  He was a prolific artist who often produced several animated shorts a year either on his own or in collaboration with his friend and fellow artist the Keiichi Tanaami.  At the time of his death, he left behind 85 animated works.

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    De Viernes, Abril 28, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Abril 30, 2017 (Todo el día)

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  • A Roll For Peter in Vancouver

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    Iris Film Collective, in collaboration with Dance Troupe Practice is pleased to present “A Roll For Peter”, the touring program of films made in tribute to the late great filmmaker Peter Hutton.

    The films come to Vancouver in serendipitous confluence with two screenings as part of the DIM series at The Pacific Cinematheque of Hutton’s work (the second takes place on April 26).

    Hutton, an American artist and educator, developed a unique perspective on both urban and remote landscapes through his images from the early 1970’s until his death in 2016.

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    Sábado, Abril 29, 2017 - 20:00

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  • DIM Cinema: Peter Hutton, Near & Far (Program 2)

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    “Hit with a heavy case of wanderlust” as a young man, Hutton spent 15 years as a merchant marine, and from then on was rarely without his 16mm camera. His gorgeously textured depictions of cities and landscapes are, in his words, “diaristic without being autobiographical,” using long takes and silence to encourage the mind to roam.

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    Miércoles, Abril 26, 2017 - 19:30

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  • MuMaBoX #55: Brave New World

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    Although the films that make up this program show real worlds, they could be seen as many chapters of a dystopian fiction, visions of a planet in perdition: phantasmic, invasive, post-apocalyptic nature (Wayward Fronds); sacked nature (Le Pays dévasté); exiled humans, forced to seek refuge in areas of radio silence (Quiet Zone); a desolate landscape, the sinister and worrying ruins of an old radar station (Cobra Mist).

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    Miércoles, Abril 26, 2017 - 18:00

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  • Xcèntric: Tomavistas ante el paisaje

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    Ocho películas recientes, parcialmente filmadas en terrenos boscosos, forman el conjunto de una sesión marcada por la pieza Vertigo Rush. La aceleración progresiva del film del cineasta austríaco Johann Lurf marca la pauta de una serie de títulos donde la investigación sobre las opciones técnicas de la cámara interactúa con un escenario profílmico forestal.

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    Jueves, Abril 20, 2017 - 20:00

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