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  • 2020 Atlanta Film Festival - Call for Experimental Shorts

    The ATLFF Experimental Short category is for films shorter than 40 minutes. Our Experimental programming highlights abstract works, music videos and avant-garde narrative and documentary shorts.


    Thursday, November 14, 2019 (All day)
  • Les Saisons Magazine No. 2: João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva - Tacita Dean

    For the release of issue No. 2 of the magazine Les saisons, une part discrète du film, we are organizing a 16 mm screening of a series of films (2007-2011) by João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva and of Event for a Stage (2014) by Tacita Dean - artists and filmmakers that we publish in this issue alongside Deborah Stratman, Lav Diaz, Mauricio Freyre and Margaret Tait.


    Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 20:00


    Cinéma Luminor - Paris, France
  • Moholy-Nagy's ABC in sound rediscovered in BFI National Archive after 80 years

    The BFI are delighted to announce the rediscovery of Bauhaus teacher and artist László Moholy-Nagy’s long ‘lost’ optical sound film, Tönendes ABC / ABC in Sound (1933), missing for over 80 years. The experimental film, from one of the most influential figures of the avant-garde, was found at the BFI National Archive and correctly identified by BFI Curators.


  • BLITZ 25: Visible / Invisible - AgX Boston Film Collective

    Crater-Lab presents a program of 16mm films created in the AGX laboratory (Boston Film Collective), curated by Ernesto Livon-Grosman and Susan DeLeo. A program that will tour Europe, programmed by other laboratories of the Filmlabs network, until arriving in Barcelona to be screened in a single session at the Zumzeig CineCooperativa. A special occasion where we will have Livon-Grosman who will be present for the colloquium.

    Next Sunday, June 16 at 7pm (at Calle Béjar, 53


    Sunday, June 16, 2019 - 19:00


    Zumzeig Cinema - Barcelona, España
  • Wheeler Winston Dixon: From Ancient History to A Hundred Years from Today

    Filmforum hosts filmmaker, cultural theorist, and film and digital historian Wheeler Winston Dixon for his first-ever screening in Los Angeles!  Based in Nebraska, and most known as a writer, Dixon has been producing eye-opening films and videos since the late 1960s.  The program will include a pair of his earlier films, Serial Metphysics, “an examination of the American lifestyle recut entirely from existing television advertisements” (Joshua Siegel) and Stargrove, a dense collage work.  We’ll be featuring a wide array of his digital work of the past four years, a remarkable array of digital manipulations of appropriated footage to produce works of social and aesthetic reflection, using technological means to critique the technological and consumerist obsessions of today.


    Sunday, June 23, 2019 - 19:30


    Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian - Los Angeles, United States