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  • Centre Pompidou: Homage to Peter Kubelka

    Peter Kubelka is a historical figure of independent cinema. He has been invited in April 2017 by the Centre Pompidou for a cycle of conferences on his cinema and the premiere French presentation of his latest film "Monument Film".

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    De Miércoles, Abril 12, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Abril 16, 2017 (Todo el día)

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  • Romance, Apocalypse and Moon Landings: The Twilight Worlds of Kate McCabe

    Kate McCabe will be showcasing a decade’s worth of her moving image work combining humor in experimental film and premiering her latest 16mm work, You and I Remain. A film inspired by the Anthropocene, You and I Remain is an apocalyptic lullaby, a landscape film mediating on the end of the world. Shot in Big Sur, the Salton Sea and in McCabe’s own neighborhood of Joshua Tree, the film shows us a portrait of the world askew with subtle and moving sound design by Jason Payne of Nitzer Ebb.

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    Jueves, Mayo 4, 2017 - 19:30

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  • Immigration and Displacement

    On Film is excited to present the Spring 2017 program “Immigration and displacement,” featuring the works of Emily Hong, Miasarah Lai and Mariangela Mihai as well as Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci-Lucchi.

    Utilizing salvaged archival footage and first-person testimony, these works reorient movement and proximity in transforming their visual and aural documents to access the living memories of historical experience. By resurrecting immigration stories from the distant and recent past of humanity and freedom of movement under threat, the urgent cinematic works in this program redefine our understandings of displacement in times of ongoing crisis.

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    Lunes, Abril 17, 2017 - 19:00

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  • Light Movement 20: Takashi Makino / Rei Hayama

    Screening and Live performance in the presence of the artists.

    This month we are very lucky to present two filmmakers, both from Japan, and both making work which could be seen as a hybrid form between video and celluloid. The films and performances of Makino Takashi are closely related to a specific form of musical energy or sonic environment, evoking a vast cosmos in space, diffusing particles of light across the screen, and even in the space between screen and audience.

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    Lunes, Abril 17, 2017 - 20:00

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  • The exhibition of a film: a project by Mathieu Copeland

    The film as exhibition site is at the centre of this experimental project, both curatorial and cinematographic, by French curator Mathieu Copeland. The exhibition of a film brings together visual artists, filmmakers, musicians, performers, choreographers, and writers around the question “Can an exhibition take place in a film rather than a gallery space?” While working the constraints intrinsic to feature-length film, it aims at being something other than a structuralist “epic”, or a suite of artist’s short films one after the other.

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    Lunes, Abril 10, 2017 - 19:00

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  • Thin Places: Works by Deborah Stratman

    The Uinversity of Rochester Film and Media Studies Program and the Dryden Theatre welcome filmmaker Deborah Stratman to Rochester, April 13-14th. Thin Places includes nine works by Chicago-based filmmaker Deborah Stratman focused on epistemological questions embedded in the relationships between humans and their envirnonments. 

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    Jueves, Abril 13, 2017 - 18:00

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