Animation and "real film" come together almost seamlessly in the work of Kim Collmer, connecting creative fantasy with space and place. The artist who lives in Köln was born in Seattle. She studied Art History and German in Washington and Sculpture and Animation in Chicago. She works with video, installation, and painting/collage. For her films, she uses an amazing variety of materials both in front of the camera as in her editing process.
Designed Reminiscence is a screening series dedicated to exploring themes of family, home and memory. This iteration, Volume 3, focuses on analog processes and methodologies, highlighting their inextricable connection to the aforementioned themes. The program includes work by Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, Rhayne Vermette, Rob Orlowski, Nazli Dinçel and Milica Jovcic.
Total running time: 70 minutes Curated by Alex Faoro
Fisura, Experimental Cinema & Video International Film Festival invites independent filmmakers and video-artists, as well as students of cinema, visual arts and communication, amateurs and professionals, from all around the world, to participate in its 2020 Edition, which will be screened in several venues in Mexico City.
The Festival is a spot for the promotion and display of cinematographic works. Fisura is a non-profit organisation,.
The films of Amy Halpern are devoted to the pleasures of light, of perception and of film as a medium. Their intellectual interplay, along with the aesthetics of pleasure and the resulting synesthetic associations, give rise to intimate, melodic, sensual experiences.
As a child, Amy Halpern made compositions using light and movement, like all children. She was interested in looking at volumes, both spatial and temporal, positive and negative spaces, and their representation and/or suggestion on screen.