Microscope is very pleased to present an evening of short films by New York-based artists Will Bragger and Matt Whitman, as part of our emerging artist series YES.
The work in the program by Bragger and Whitman, who both work with analog film formats in distinct ways, treat celluloid film as a means to extend or incorporate other and historically separate mediums, such as painting and digital media.
BFMAF's 2020 Call for Entries is now open and we would love to see your work!
Film entries of all lengths and formats are encouraged and will be considered across all areas of our programme.
All selected artists and filmmakers will receive a screening fee, festival accommodation and a contribution towards travel costs. All single screen works under 60 minutes in length are eligible for the Berwick New Cinema Competition which has a £1,000 prize.
A thrilling experimental evening at the cinema, featuring artistic research in practice at the Film Museum in cooperation with the Department of Experimental Design at the University for Art and Design Linz / Experimentalfilmlabor Siegfried A. Fruhauf.
“Jonas Mekas’s films celebrate life. They rise up against the world’s overwhelming commercialism, attempting instead to revive the pleasures of friendship, a first snowfall or the return of Spring. Mekas’s genius stems from his generously including the viewer in his vision of the world, allowing us to (re)discover, in a simple image, the incredible force and necessity of poetry.” – Yann Beauvais
An exhibition of new work made in Hanoi by the artist duo Andrea Orejarena (b. 1994, Colombia) and Caleb Stein (b.1994, UK), Long Time No See (2018-2020), is currently on view at Vincom Center for Contemporary Art in Hanoi until February 23rd, 2020.
Saturday, December 21, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, February 23, 2020 (All day)