The Slow Film Festival's experimental programme explores duration and landscape at the margins of society. Held in the village of Mayfield, the festival acts as a retreat from the city. There will be an exhibition of Scott Barley's work, a special screening of Babette Mangolte's 'The Sky on Location', a programme of shorts and a curated series of features. There will be slow food in abundance and a Walking Cinema Seminar.
Saturday, October 19, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, October 20, 2019 (All day)
This year Primanima World Festival of First Animations has opened a call for its 4th international workshop. The three-day workshop by Tomek Ducki and Gina Thorstensen is centered around one of the most singular clay animation techniques, strata-cut. During this experimental animation workshop, the participants can learn the tricks of strata-cut and can combine it with other clay animation techniques. Under the guidance of two acclaimed animation directors and artists, the participants will create a joint music video.
For seven years in the 1960s, Dion McGregor, a gay American songwriter living in New York, was recorded by his roommate narrating his dreams in his sleep. Half a century later, these tapes, since made into cult albums, were brought to the attention of the filmmaking duo behind the 2012 documentary sensation Leviathan.
Artists Without A Cause is bringing back the Black Girl* Magic Film Series and we’re looking for short film and video submissions by Black womxn* FTLI filmmakers for a screening during Black History Month in Berlin, Germany. Our third installment of the series is being presented in collaboration with White Guilt Clean Up and Frauenkreise Berlin, where it will take place.
Screening at Telematic, this coming Thursday, September 19th Co-presented by San Francisco Cinematheque
Telematic is pleased to present Love, Cruelty, and Self-Destruction, a screening of video/performance works by Monet Clark, Cliff Hengst, Dale Hoyt, The Patchchords (w/ Fred Rinne), and Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle, presented – in collaboration with San Francisco Cinematheque – as part of our current, on-going exhibition Farm and Friends – in 3D!
Happening from July 16th - July 19th, 2020 The We Make Movies International Film Festival will be in its sophomore year, celebrating the Do-It-Yourself filmmaking aesthetic. If you had an idea for a film and just went ahead and made it instead of waiting for someone else to make it for you? You are our kind of filmmaker.
Held every summer in the heart of Hollywood, the movie capital of the world, WMMIFF is the "pull yourself up by your own bootstraps" festival, celebrating the self-starters and finishers of the filmmaking world.