For its 30 year anniversary, Saarlandisches Filmbüro invites Pierre Villemin to a meeting with the public, and to show a panorama of his work from 2005 till 2017 with three short films between documentaries and experimental movies.
Close-Up and Rattis Books pay tribute to the visionary artist Peter Hutton, one year on from his passing. Presenting the first substantial screening of Hutton’s works in London in a decade, this two-night programme focuses on a cross-section the filmmaker’s intimate and lush portraits of urban, rural and marine environments.
Magasinet Walden and Filmform present Oleg Tcherny at Filmform
Born in Minsk, Belarus, Oleg Tcherny has been making films and videos since the 1990s. In his more recent work, influenced by Giorgio Agamben, he suspends the progression of images through a process of vertical editing. Usually shot in HD, his videos sound out the thickness of time, pushing the boundaries of visual, auditory, and conceptual abstraction. Tcherny has studied cinema in the editing room with Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet; he was an assistant to the filmmaker Daniel Schmid.
Basement Films’ annual international film festival is proud to announce our call for submissions for Experiments in Cinema v13.6 (April 10-14, 2018). Experiments in Cinema seeks new and old work that moves beyond traditional narrative, experimental, and documentary forms.
We are interested in cinema that "steps on toes", questions authority, complicates traditions, experiments with form and content, and provides us with a view into the world that we have never seen before—challenge us (if you dare)!
Fovéa is an experimental film program based in Nice, France. For its next projection night, which will take place on October 13th 2017, Fovea will focus on found footage short films practice using super8, 16mm 35mm and digital films. There is no artist fee and the application is free.