Call for submissions for the fourth edition of Altered Images is now open!! Submit your films! We're looking forward to watching new great material.
Altered Images is a project audiovisual experimentation. We bring together artists from various disciplines to create original and unique pieces that will be shown at different events. We are focused in New Media Arts, Sound, Performance, Inclusivity, Feminism and Queer Activism.
Submission fees are charged
Repeats every month 1 times. Also includes Sun Aug 27 2023.
Sunday December 4, 2022, 1:00 pm At 2220 Arts + Archives, 2220 W. Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90057 In person: Filmmakers James Leong Holston and Mara Ramirez, with curator Sam Gurry Tickets: $12 general, $8 students/seniors, free for Filmforum members
Masks are still required at Filmforum shows - N95 or KN95.
Smears, Tears, and Thumbprints: Queer Coming of Age
Join artists Daniel & Clara on an illustrated journey to Avebury stone circle and Silbury Hill, reflecting on a body of work made in response to these mysterious ancient sites. Working across moving image, mail art and photography, they explore the relationship between psychology and place, looking at how we imbue places with meaning, and how in turn landscapes impact on our state of mind and imagination.
Coinciding with the turn of the century, Jonas Mekas, already in the twilight of his life, undertook an emotional review of his personal world that Xcèntric now recovers on the occasion of the centenary of his birth. From the audiovisual diary in which all his work is set, in As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty the Lithuanian filmmaker captures 30 years of his life in the form of flashes of existence, moments of the beauty of everyday life.
Irish Artists' Film Index, in partnership with strategic partners countrywide, is hosting a series of salons reaching out to artists and those interested in moving images, starting with Galway and its catchment area.
Video Art Miden invites all video artists and video creators from all over the world to submit their videos for the next events & collaborations of Miden, which include screening events and video art exhibitions in Greece and internationally. The call will be open until January 15, 2023. The call is open to every creator (individuals, groups or organizations) of any nationality and background.
On their website, the filmmaking duo of Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy – who work together under the moniker OJOBOCA – describe themselves as practitioners of ‘Orrorism’. Their description of a “simulated method of inner and outer transformation” can only go so far in conveying the irresistible effect of their wry and often confoundingly labyrinthine creations.