Events

  • Indie Street Film Festival Experimental Program

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    From 16mm to super 8mm, remixed archival footage to newly shot live action narratives, Red Bank's Indie Street Film Festival is proud to present its first ever program of experimental short films. This highly imaginative and engaging program will explore the nuances of analog nostalgia, choosing film as a medium, and what filmmakers are doing to preserve and archive their works in both a physical and digital sphere.

    Dates: 

    Saturday, July 28, 2018 - 15:45

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  • Previously on XPOSED!

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    A special program from some of the most exciting, disturbing and inspiring queer experimental short films screened at the 13th XPOSED International Queer Film Festival in May. The festival, which started in 2006 has been a passion project from Queer and Experimental film lovers since it’s inception. Now, it has put together a recap of the most discussed, desired and daring titles from this years program, including the four Lolly Award winners.

    Dates: 

    Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 21:30

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  • Canyon Cinema at 50

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    Bay Area-based non-profit film and media arts organization Canyon Cinema has, for 50 years, served as a bastion of “artist-made moving image work” not just as an archive, but as a distributor and champion of experimental, avant-garde, alternative and otherwise underserviced filmmaking voices.

    Dates: 

    Friday, July 13, 2018 - 19:30
    Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 19:30

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  • Unruly Archives

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    Unruly Archives is a program composed of emerging filmmakers whose works interrogate colonialism, cultural erasure, and historical and political truths that have been erased from the "traditional" filmic archive. Each of the works have some relation to the archive, both in the physical and political acts of documentation, be it in use of analog format or incorporation of source material-family photos, home videos, found footage.

    Dates: 

    Saturday, July 28, 2018 - 18:30

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  • DIM Cinema: Groundwork

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    In equestrian culture, Groundwork is comprised of exercises that mature a horse’s response to its rider’s cues and the environment. This program of landscape films from the 1960s through 1980s similarly demonstrates structural and formal methods used by artists to finely tune their perception of natural phenomena. In The Sky on Location, French cinematographer Babette Mangolte focuses her camera on seasonal light and its variegation of the American West’s colour palette.

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - 19:30

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  • 6th Syros Int'l Film Festival

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    July 17th-22nd, Syros, Greece. Six days of immersive film events embedded in diverse locations around the island Syros, from abandoned fields to beaches, a drive-in cinema to old shipyards. SIFF screens across genre, time-period, and media. This year’s festival program reflects the question: IS IT REAL?

    2018 Artists in Focus: Jürgen Reble and Thomas KönerMiguel GomesJohan Grimonprez. Performances by: Gaëlle RouardMike CooperNadah El Shazly, ΣtellaVicky Bisbiki. For more information, please visit www.syrosfilmfestival.org

    Dates: 

    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 (All day) to Sunday, July 22, 2018 (All day)
  • AXWFF: Imagining Minutes

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    Imagining Minutes
    curated by Lili White

    Programme:

    • The Raconteur (Rebecca Krasnik, Denmark/USA, 3.00)
    • Arms (Lucie Friederike Mueller, Austria / Germany, 2.57)
    • Please Come Again (Alisa Yang, USA, 9.00)
    • 1st Day & Next Minute (Sara Koppel, MUSIC & SOUND, Sune Køter Kølster, Denmark, 2.30)
    • Letter From The Gone World (Lydia Moyer, USA, 17.00)
    • Stones For Thunder (Kera MacKenzie & Andrew Mausert-Mooney, USA, 16:21)

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - 18:00

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  • Come Down: A Film Screening

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    A Collaboration between the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre and Queer Media Database bring you rarely seen 16mm gems!

    This program approaches the historical role of Queer cultural production in the formation of our senses of self. In a time when feelings are facts and there is a broader questioning of the primacy of First-Person Narrative Truth, we take this opportunity for a post-Pride breather to make meaning of our queer realities. This program is made up of a selection of 16mm film from the CFMDC collection that speak not only to the times in which they were produced but also to the complex political landscape we find ourselves in now.

    Dates: 

    Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 19:00

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