As part of their inaugural festival, pic.london presents a two-day film programme exploring the relationship between still and moving images. Beginning with film’s infancy at the end of the 19th Century – through the 1960s avant-garde – this programme investigates the ways in which artists and theorists have engaged the moving image to develop, challenge and critique photographic language.
Saturday, October 28, 2017 (All day) to Sunday, October 29, 2017 (All day)
Multiform examines the representation of the image through the media materiality and the creative process of the artist. The multiple media used to create the films and videos of this program demonstrate a variety of devices directly related to the material and conceptual reappropriation of the image by the artist. Through the use of found footage, self-portrait, homage, or travel diary, the works unveil their mechanism, their organicity, their process and their own representation.
Roberta Friedman is a filmmaker and producer with work that spans a large assortment of film and video productions shown widely in the United States and Europe. Projects have ranged from artistic, experimental works to narrative features, television documentaries and series.
ZERO is a visual representation of Coleman Zurkowski's album of the same name. The film, as well as the album, is an exploration of the mental and physical effects of binaural/isochronic rhythms gradually slowing into silence.
filmkoop wien is very happy to present a screening of canadian filmmaker and animator Madi Piller. The presented program reflects on spaces in Toronto and northern Ontario's moments in time. Madi Piller will be present and is happy to answer your questions.
Screening: - Graffiti - 2:50 mins 16mm, with sound - Bacchanal - 15 mins Super8, silent - 70 meters - 17 mins Super8, silent - 7200 meters under the sun - 03:20mins Super 8, dual projection
Queer Moving Image Review is now accepting submissions for our screening room, a monthly feature on our website. Queer Moving Image Review seeks moving image of any kind involving the theme of queerness and/or moving images made by queer filmmakers. Non-commercial, artist made films are encouraged, special preference will be given to filmmakers who identify as queer.