Every man remembers the first words of Neil Armstrong after stepping on the lunar surface, on July 20, 1969. Few remember, instead, those of his partner Buzz Aldrin: "Magnificent view. Magnificent desolation. " What did Aldrin see, where are these images, what was that desolation like? When it is 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing, Cineteca revisits the crossed paths of cinema, science and lunar exploration, and goes through the images with which cinema dreamed of the moon and outer space.
CutLog Artists Moving Image and the Society of Scottish artists invite artists from across the world, and at all stages of their career to enter their work to be considered for inclusion in 5 weeks of showcase screenings as part of the Annual Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh from 22 December 2019 – 30 January 2020.
The Moving Image Salon is a monthly gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. It is intended as a relaxed and open space for conversation and exchange about contemporary moving image practices, a networking event and critical forum.
One of the original camera-journalist-cum-independent-videomakers, Skip Blumberg’s practice is situated between discourses of art, journalism, activism, and guerilla filmmaking. He is a founding member of the Videofreex, a pioneering New York video collective for countercultural movements from 1969 to 1978. This “Culture Beat” program provides just a small sampling of Skip’s prolific output, from his "on-the-ground" participatory style to his travels around the world as an artist, producer, and correspondent.
Clouds and Solitude Waves: The Films of Chris H Lynn July 14th at Librairie Avant Garde in Nanjing, China
Join Chris H Lynn for a night of digital moving images and silent super 8 films that explore visual and aural spaces in urban and rural landscapes and lyrical passages and drifting hours on super 8 film
Established in 1987, Images Festival is the longest running and most influential moving image festival in Canada. Our ON SCREEN program is an annual survey dedicated to contemporary artist’s film and video presented in a cinema context and to moving image in all its forms.
Images presents work that counters dominant mainstream narratives and provides alternative ways of thinking and seeing that expands the understanding of media art through our programming and education-based initiatives.
Over the course of his long writing career, Yasunari Kawabata produced more than one hundred “palm of the hand stories”: pieces often under a page in length that adopt a brisk writing style. This collection of avant-garde moving image works approach the short form with tantamount innovation, featuring miniature subjects, handmade special effects and personal perspectives, crafting small-scale productions that speak to the full richness of sensory experience.