Katherine Bauer was born in Houston, Texas, and has recently been living in France. She mainly works with 16mm film and its plastic potential in the context of sculptures, installations and films. Mythologies, folklores, obscure rites, its sources of inspiration find their forms thanks to the photochemical runes. Herschell Gordon Lewis would not have denied Psycho Pussy Slaughter, a video film she made in 2007. Films screened in her presence.
Nomadica at LABA 2022: MACHINALIVE Artist film lab, screenings, performances & exhibitions April, 21-25, 2022 - Brescia (Italy)
Five days of radical immersion in international experimental and artist cinema, with film screenings, focuses, seminars, tributes, meetings, and workshops. Artistic activities and open discussions will create opportunities for informal exchange between viewers, students, filmmakers, artists, and curators.
Thursday, April 21, 2022 (All day) to Monday, April 25, 2022 (All day)
Videoex is Switzerland's largest festival dedicated to experimental film and video. Over the course of ten days (21-29 May 2022 in Zurich City), Videoex shows films and videos beyond conventional narrative cinema: experimental, visually surprising, conceptually unexpected or controversially political films and videos on the threshold between visual art and film.
Saturday, May 21, 2022 (All day) to Sunday, May 29, 2022 (All day)
After three successful screening events attended by wonderful creators, the Alternative Night of Experimental Film is back - once again inviting submissions of short experimental films and moving image works that will compose the programme for an informal screening in an alternative music venue in Kingston upon Thames, London.
Tune in to Green - Exhibition Six features micro-short films and sound pieces by experimental and expanded documentary makers around the globe. Themes such as Spring, care, motherhood, and femininity are presented in a myriad of forms and colors from 2D and 3D animation, 16mm film, video with effects, dance, to performance.
This is the first Tune in to Green short film exhibition to be shown both in a live screening and online.
Filmforum is delighted to host the Glasgow-based filmmaker Margaret Salmon in her first los Angeles screening with the US premieres of two of her latest films! Winner of the inaugural MaxMara Art Prize for Women in 2006, and working from a strong feminist perspective, Salmon uses celluloid to film beautiful studies of gender, intimacy, labor, and more. The two we are screening are recent studies of gender roles and gender performance in work and play, in contemporary Britain.