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  • Microscope faces a sudden move!

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    Microscope finds itself suddenly having to move from its long-time space in Bushwick, Brooklyn by the end of this month, as circumstances in the building have made it impossible for us to continue our operations here.

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  • Punto de Vista Festival 2021 Award Winners

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    The international jury of the fifteenth Punto de Vista International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra, made up of Nicole Brenez, James Lattimer and Antoine Thirion, after watching the entries in the Official Section, has decided to award the following prizes:

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  • Into the Mothlight ep.28: Lux with founding director Benjamin Cook

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    The latest episode of Into the Mothlight looks at Lux and how they support artists working in the moving image. In their chat with Lux founding Director Benjamin Cook they touch on the history of the organisation, the collection of works they are responsible for and the importance of being able to access some works online. They also discuss the 1-2-1 advice sessions that Lux delivers for artists and the Lux Critical Forum.

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  • IFFR 2021 Award Winners

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    International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) has announced the competition award winners for its expanded 50th anniversary edition.

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  • Missing Observer Studies, no. 4

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    In this month's issue of Missing Observer Studies, Huner Francis is very excited to present a previously unpublished version of "Death of Place" by Dirk de Bruyn.

    Link: https://huner-francis.info/MOS-4-Dirk-de-Bruyn

    This "annotated" version (2018) is accompanied by an opening note from de Bruyn, a thoughtful response from his son, and an introduction + interview by Micah Weber/MOS.

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  • (S8) Mostra Internacional de Cinema Periférico: The Secret Garden

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    This edition of (S8) Mostra Internacional de Cinema Periférico  is called The Secret Garden, a title that traces back to the spring we were forced to spend indoors and that the festival wishes to bring back by making plants and flowers bloom on the screens of viewers. The poster of the festival, which will be held from September 27 to October 3, is a tribute to that celebration of spring –a lavish collage of plants, petals, and flowers.

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  • Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 2020 New Cinema Competition Programme

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    Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is delighted to announce the main programme for its sixteenth edition, taking place from Thursday 17 September to Sunday 11 October 2020. Online access to the Festival in the UK will be through Festival Passes and professional accreditation will be available worldwide.

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  • New episode of experimental podcast 'Into the Mothlight.'

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    The new episode of experimental film podcast Into the Mothlight features an interview with Scottish artist filmmakers Mark Lyken and Emma Dove.  They discuss their work, approach to collaboration, the importance of immersing themselves in the place they are filming and their new project 1300 Shots. Into the Mothlight is available now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts SoundCloud and their website.

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