A homeless mobile cinema vol.6 This Summer, Pugnant Film Series will be A homeless mobile cinema at the ruins of Athens.
Have you noticed that as the cities are getting more and more old, their ruins are remaining young at all? With a prehistoric youth, similar to the material from which the films are made. With this sacred feeling, we will make some screenings of films that we love at some abandoned houses, factories, rivers and places of Athens.
At 200 pages, it's the biggest issue to date and features mushroom and green tea film developers, essays on making work amidst chaos and grief, and interviews and conversations with filmmakers, photographers, and artists from around the globe.
CUVO Videoart Festival is born as a result from the desire of bringing together a diversity of proposals of audiovisual production at a national and international level using a innovative and rule-breaker point of view. Its intention is to give the artists an opportunity to promote this proposals in a specific, but at the same time, itinerant place, making it easier to understand for the viewers of the videoart.
Vancouver in the 1970s proved fertile ground for one of the more adventurous scenes of 20th century experimental cinema. An archetypically far-out, West Coast vibe of technological exploration prevailed, ranging from the video-film hybrid-psychedelics of Al Razutis to the celluloid conceptualism of David Rimmer. Key to this moment is the work of Kirk Tougas, filmmaker, critic and one of the founders of the long-running Pacific Cinematheque.
Thousandsuns Cinema animates aspects of Media City Film Festival’s long-storied program history online. Featuring selections from hundreds of artists showcased by MCFF over its twenty-five year history, Thousandsuns presents short and feature-length films, previous MCFF commissions, fellowship screenings, retrospectives, and other cinematic endeavours connected with our activities since 1994. Moving image artworks exhibited in Thousandsuns Cinema will screen for a limited time.