Eventos

  • Light Reading series 10: Films by Sarah Pucill

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    Fall In Frame, (Sarah Pucill, 2009)Light Reading series 10: Films by Sarah Pucill
    23 March 2010, at 7pm
    no.w.here
    3rd Floor, 316–318 Bethnal Green Road
    Tickets: £5 door / £4 advance / £3 students or no.w.here members

    A screening of recent films by Sarah Pucill. The filmmaker will then be in discussion with Dr Margherita Sprio, University of Essex.

    The most recent themes in Pucill’s work have focussed on the relationship between an exposing of the film making process alongside a performance in front of the camera. The discussion will explore three of her most recent films, Taking My Skin (16mm, B+W, 35min, 2006), Blind Light (16mm, Col, 21mins, 2007) and Fall In Frame, (16mm, 18mins, 2009). Each film examines the power of the gaze between a mother and daughter (TMS), the sky (BL) and in a mirror (FIF).

    Pucill has been making films for 20 years. Her films have been screened in art galleries and at film festivals and have received funding from the Arts Council, The AHRC, and London Production Fund. Taking My Skin won the Marion McMahon award at Images Festival, Toronto 2007 and was screened in New Jersey University Gallery in ‘Mother Cuts’ and Fieldgate Gallery London. Blind Light was screened at European Media Art Festival at Aurora Festival, Norwich, and at the Louise Blouin Gallery in 2008. Fall in Frame was screened at Montreal Festival of New Cinema in 2009. A retrospective of her films premiered Fall In Frame on a US tour in 2009 at venues including Anthology Film Archives, NY, Pleasure Dome, Toronto, and LA Film Forum.

    Dr Margherita Sprio is currently a lecturer in Art History and Film in the Department of Art History and Theory at University of Essex. After studying Fine Art at Goldsmiths and The Slade School of Fine Art, all of Dr Sprio’s research interests have been driven by issues of difference across the fields of film/screen-based media and contemporary art practice. After working internationally as a practicing artist, she moved into teaching within an Art History/Theory and Film Studies context. She is currently writing a manuscript called Contemporary Art and Film that explores the continued relationship between art and film history and it addresses how film makers such as Sarah Pucill and John Maybury, (amongst others) navigate their own practice in relation to contemporary debates about visual culture.

    Telephone: 02077294494
    Email: james.holcombe |at| no-w-here.org.uk

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  • Retrospectiva Adolpho Arrietta I

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    El crimen de la pirindola. España, 1965. 19 min.
    Un chico observa, incansablemente, la danza de una peonza a la que hace girar una y otra vez.
    Lo que empieza como el diario de un adolescente aburrido, entre las dos etapas fundamentales de su vida, finalmente se metamorfosea en una pieza onírica afín al cine de Cocteau.
    En 1967, la revista Cahiers du cinèma apuntaba que esta película era “el acta de nacimiento de un nuevo cine libre en España”.

    Fechas: 

    Miércoles, Marzo 3, 2010 - 20:00

    Local: 

    La Casa Encendida - Madrid, España
  • Ere Erera Baleibu Icik Subua Aruaren

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    Impresionante largometraje abstracto pintado a mano, durante casi dos años, por el artista vasco Jose Antonio Sistiaga. El título es el invento de un amigo poeta para sortear las prohibiciones lingüísticas de entonces. La película tiene un ritmo y un estilo muy particular en la que las secuencias se suceden de una manera casi musical y el silencio que lo envuelve no hace mas que acentuar estas características.

    Fechas: 

    Martes, Marzo 2, 2010 - 20:00

    Local: 

    La Casa Encendida - Madrid, España
  • Serpentine Cinema CINACT - Melvin Moti

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    The Prisoner's cinema (Melvin Moti, 2008)Serpentine Cinema CINACT - Melvin Moti
    Saturday 7 March, 1.45pm
    The Gate
    87 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3JZ
    Tickets £6/£5
    With a special screening of a new film by Amy Granat

    Serpentine Cinema: CINACT is a series of monthly artists’ film screenings and events at The Gate cinema in Notting Hill. CINACT takes its name from American artist Henry Flynt’s 2007 cinema manifesto. Each programme focuses on two artists who investigate and experiment with the medium of cinema. Amy Granat will premier two new films and we are delighted that Melvin Moti will be joining us to screen The Prisoner’s Cinema.

    The Prisoner’s Cinema (2008, 35mm), is named after the term used for visions of coloured lights and abstract patterns reportedly seen by prisoners or pilots after long stretches of visual deprivation. Moti’s protracted, mesmerizing film explores this phenomenon with the projection of subtly changing light filtered through a stained-glass window, while a scientist’s voice narrates the visions she experienced after many hours in a darkened room.

    Melvin Moti, born in Rotterdam in 1977, studied at the Academie Voor Beeldende Vorming in Tilburg from 1995 to 1999 and worked at De Ateliers in Amsterdam from 1999 to 2001, where he now teaches. In 2006 he received the Charlotte Köhler Prijs and the J.C. van Lanschot Prijs. His works have been shown at the Frac Champagne in Reims, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Kunstverein Köln and elsewhere. He recently participated in the 5th Berlin Biennale. He lives in Rotterdam.

    Tickets available from The Gate 0871 704 2058 or www.picturehouses.co.uk

    Please check with the cinema for information updates

    In association with sketch and Picturehouses

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  • Benning, Kobayashi y Linzy

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    Tres videoartistas contemporáneos nos acercan a su universo lúdico de performances en torno al género. La obra franca y dura de Sadie Benning utiliza la cámara como espejo para acercarnos a un solitario mundo de identidad y deseo. Linzy actúa y dirige sus propios vídeo-performances, en los que utiliza los principios formales de la fotonovela para satirizar su entorno artístico-sexuado. A.S.M Kobayashi, joven canadiense de origen oriental, personifica una multiplicidad de identidades como crítica a discursos esencialistas de género, clase y etnia.

    Fechas: 

    Domingo, Febrero 28, 2010 - 18:30
  • vidéocollisions

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    Bienvenue! Va crever!vidéocollisions
    Friday 26th February 2010, 19h
    Bistrot
    116 avenue René Coty, 76600 Le Havre, France
    In the presence of Yves-Marie Mahé

    Fechas: 

    Viernes, Febrero 26, 2010 - 19:00

    Local: 

    Bistrot - Le Havre, Francia
  • Memory of Berlin

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    Memory of BerlinEsta sesión proyecta una “memoria de Berlín” partiendo del poético film con que Filipa César evoca el sueño comunista de la conquista del cosmos, hacia la memoria y el archivo de la Alemania del Este –en la lírica compilación que Narkevicius, en su nuevo film, hace de los filmes propagandísticos de la RDA- para llegar al registro documental y directo de la caída del muro en las piezas de Jonas Mekas y Chris Marker, y la autobiografía ensayística de John Bu

    Fechas: 

    Jueves, Febrero 25, 2010 - 20:00

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