This Summer, Pugnant Film Series will be A homeless mobile cinema at the ruins of Athens. Have you noticed that as the cities are getting more and more old, their ruins are remaining young at all? With a prehistoric youth, similar to the material from which the films are made. With this sacred feeling, we will make some screenings of films that we love at some abandoned houses, factories, rivers and places of Athens.
Cold Cuts is a film festival for Indie Filmmakers. We are looking for the best in Indie short films from around the world. Films that are Indie in nature, where the filmmakers are not frightened to express new ideas, themes and styles.
For this edition we have partnered up with an online Channel OKTV that will maximise our audience, plus this means that if for whatever reason the event cannot take place that we definitely have a backup plan.
Diorama Room Arts is proud to present, Tune in to Green - Exhibition Three. This online showcase is full of color, music, performance, and poetry - by film and video artists around the world who create in dialogue with nature. The run time is 80-minutes and includes shorts under five minutes, artist statements, and bios. The rental fee is $7, or equivalent in currencies Vimeo accepts, for 72-hours of streaming. The show runs through August 20th.
Thursday, June 17, 2021 (All day) to Friday, August 20, 2021 (All day)
On the occasion of the release of its third issue, Les Saisons Cinema Journal and the Yvon Lambert Bookshop invite the filmmaker Bruno Delgado Ramo. He will present several of his creations in situ around the optical origins of cinema and the medium of film, inviting the public to discover the traditionally invisible mechanisms of cinematographic projection. Bruno Delgado Ramo will conduct a double super 8 projection in person in the bookshop space.
Citric Signals is now accepting submissions for their quarterly, prompt-based open calls. Selected submissions will be screened virtually this Fall.
Open Call #2: "micro" Deadline: July 16, 2021 @ 11:59 PM. Send us any experimental films you have (new or old) responding to the prompt “micro”. Only one submission per artist and works must be 5 minutes or less. Other than that we’re open to all weird, wild, and avant-garde work you want to send our way!
Throughout the month, MOCA’s SCREEN program for experimental film and video art will highlight the work of Deborah Stratman. Deborah Stratman is a Chicago-based artist and filmmaker whose practice exists between experimental and documentary genres. Over the course of the month, moca.org/screen will present two films: Optimism (2018) and The Illinois Parables (2016).
Thursday, June 17, 2021 (All day) to Thursday, July 15, 2021 (All day)