Pugnant Film Series is a nonprofit organization that organizes screenings of underground, dada & auteur cinema in Athens & Greece generally.
>We exhibit film screenings on streets, on squares, on cafes, on archaelogical sites, on overnight shows, on nomadic events and of course on cinemas. We are looking for films from UNDERGROUND, AUTEUR and DADA era. This is a continuous call. There are no restrictions on the duration of the film, the year of production or the genre. But we prefer recently produced films.
With this open call two artists - Julija Paškevičiūtė and Liza Kovalenko are offering you a little creative detour/dérive. They are applying to your own creations/your personal video/image/sound archive. Submissions should be not more than 5min long, send them via wetransfer/dropbox/vimeo/anything that allows them to download your material to [email protected]
Do you want to screen a film in the Whitehouse? What about in Disneyland? How about the public bathroom of your local library? Popwalk is a new format for exhibiting experimental cinema. Popwalk is a smartphone app for exhibiting "Site Specific Digital Art" it allows filmakers to exhibit films that are meant to be site-specific, in other words only seen in a specific location. Here is a video that describes how to use the app:
Microscope presents the first 2017-18 edition of our emerging artist series YES with a screening of film and video works by Alison Nguyen and Monica Savirón. Both Brooklyn-based artists’ bodies of works include 16mm films and videos that are situated within the tradition of “found footage” or “appropriation”, terms that fall short of conveying the painstaking processes of “seeking” each of them undertakes in selecting their imagery from sources including vast archives of daily newspapers, 16mm film vaults, and the web.
Re:Houston is an exhibition about rebuilding, remembering, rejuvenating, and reinventing. Houston. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the whole world saw the destruction, resilience, sacrifice, and sadness of Houston. As the city works on the difficult task of arising from that disaster. Re:Houston gives artists from all over the globe, an opportunity to commemorate those places within this great city that they love, remember those places that have been lost or damaged, and celebrate the heroism of Houston.