ALTERNATIVE FILM/VIDEO 2020 will take place from 9-13 December at Students’ City Cultural Center in Belgrade, as a hybrid edition. A majority of the program will be showcased online, and in case of a more favorable situation some of the programs will be shown live.
CINEMA PARENTHÈSE #26 and iMAL, Center for digital cultures and technology presentsGRIDS AND OTHER CONSTRAINTS: 16MM FILMS BY NICKY HAMLYN
NICKY HAMLYN is a British filmmaker, artist and published author working in Structural film. He has been making films for three decades. His work explores the basic elements of the filmic experience: the relationship between film space and the film frame, between time, flicker and movement, and between light and the material image.
The Incurable Caravan’s Online Car Show is an indefinite online exhibit. All works accepted should expect to be a single element on a larger, scrolling page. The online aspect of the exhibition is deliberate.
The Car Show seeks to intersect traditional, popular, experimental, and outsider styles with an enthusiasm towards all approaches to art-making. We welcome all interpretations of media and automotive transportation.
Again, Delete TV is looking forward to you eye, mind and mask-bending submisstions for the next season...
The program opens a window to the world of art and offers strong, wild and uncensored works from upcoming artists and film-makers. Delete TV highlights contemporary issues in a global context, highly educational and deeply focused on intercultural exchange and visibility.
Between the lines and under the make up of a brave new world.
Looking back over a history of one hundred years, experimental cinema has rigorously challenged cinematic conventions. To reach beyond telling stories, artists and filmmakers examined the material conditions of their medium, such as light, motion, celluloid and, with the advent of television and video, electronic signals. This relationship with the technical device—whether a camera or a computer—revolutionized the creative process and opened ever new possibilities for critically reflecting the world we live in.
Friday, September 11, 2020 (All day) to Sunday, January 31, 2021 (All day)