Eventos

  • From Ecstasy to Rapture Program 3: Animated Experiments: Rhythm, Light, And Color

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    The films in this fantastic program span very different periods in the history of Spanish cinema, but all represent experiments in animation. The techniques utilized are strikingly diverse, including cameraless cinema, stop-motion, collage, and sand-on-glass animation.

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    Sábado, Febrero 20, 2010 - 19:00

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    Anthology Film Archives - Nueva York, Estados Unidos
  • TIE at ICA/Boston

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    TIE at ICA/Boston
    Saturday, February 20, 1:30 PM
    Tickets: $10 general admission; $8 members, students, and seniors.

    The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) presents a new edition of TIE, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition – a one-day screening of experimental films by innovative and renowned avant-gardists on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010 at 1:30 PM.

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    Sábado, Febrero 20, 2010 - 13:30

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    Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston - Boston, Estados Unidos
  • From Ecstasy to Rapture Program 2: Appropriations / Grand Super-8

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    This program – which encompasses a selection of pieces shot in Super-8mm, as well as a group of found-footage films – establishes a dialogue between filmmakers from separate generations: those who formed part of the avant-garde film movement in Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia in the 1970s (led by Eugeni Bonet, Juan Bufill, Manuel Huerga, and Eug?nia Balcells) and those active from the late-90s on.

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    Viernes, Febrero 19, 2010 - 21:00

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    Anthology Film Archives - Nueva York, Estados Unidos
  • From Ecstasy to Rapture Program 1: Documents / Itineraries

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    The opening program includes work by José Val del Omar, visionary filmmaker and inventor; the architect Gabriel Blanco, best known as an animator but represented here with a documentary film portraying the daily chores of a Spanish citizen on a typical Sunday in the suburbs; multidisciplinary artists Benet Rossell and Antoni Miralda; José Luis Guerin, whose feature film, IN THE CITY OF SYLVIA, recently had a theatrical run here at Anthology; and Virginia García del Pino.

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    Viernes, Febrero 19, 2010 - 19:00

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    Anthology Film Archives - Nueva York, Estados Unidos
  • Short Cuts V: Resilient Structures

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    Block B (Chris Chong Chan-Fui, 2008)Short Cuts V: Resilient Structures
    Thursday February 25, at 6pm
    Northwest Film Center
    Whitsell Auditorium, 1219 SW Park Avenue, 97205 Portland, OR, USA
    Co-Presented with the Northwest Film Center

    For the 2010 Portland International Film Festival Cinema Project brings a selection of contemporary film and video from Japan, Malaysia, and Taiwan. Focusing on natural and man-made structures and the spaces in-between, each of these works reveals a variety of dynamic relations from frame to space and from history to environment. Daichi Saito’s entirely hand-processed film Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis examines the natural language of a familiar Canadian landscape while Chris Chong Chan Fui’s modernist exchange on public and private space in Block B presents a surprisingly telling view of an apartment block in Kuala Lumpur. From Tomonari Nishikawa is Lumphini 2552, black-and-white images of plants and trees shot using a 35mm still camera at Bangkok’s Lumphini Park. The result is a surprisingly emotional construction of rhythm and movement. And from Shiho Kano's Shinonome Omogo Ishizuchi is a transcendental travelogue inspired by filmmaker Mansaku Itami. Finally, Taiwanese filmmaker Chen Chieh-Jen’s Empire's Borders I examines the process that Taiwanese citizens endure when applying for a United States visa.

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  • Light Industry: Jeff Keen & White Zombie

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    Meatdaze (Jeff Keen, 1968)Light Industry: Jeff Keen & White Zombie
    Tuesday, March 2nd 2010
    177 Livingston Street
    Brooklyn, 11201 NY
    Tickets - $7, available at door.
    Curated by Ben Rivers

    Artist Ben Rivers presents a double-bill featuring films by Jeff Keen--hero of British underground cinema--and dreamy Bela Lugosi vehicle White Zombie, described by Keen as "possibly the most beautiful film ever."

    Not long after we started Brighton Cinematheque in 1996, we came across long-term Brightonian Jeff Keen - and after that we used to do at least one show with him a year - explosive shows where he would set up as many projectors as possible, so by the end of the night we would be running an incredible number of super-8, 16mm, and whatever else projectors simultaneously, spilling way over the Cinemascope screen in a cacophonous dirge of white noise and image. I love Jeff Keen - he's a film wizard! - BR

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  • Dry Kisses Only

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    Dry Kisses Only utiliza la técnica posmoderna del hipertexto para llevarnos por un estrepitoso, desternillante y totalmente eufórico viaje por la historia del cine clásico, la cultura popular y la cultura de la calle, para enfrentarse a la terrible ausencia de la subjetividad lesbiana en las imágenes que nos rodean.

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    Jueves, Febrero 18, 2010 - 18:30
  • FILM (Parkour)

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    Loring-Greenough House ~ Tuesday Club Films presents:
    FILM (Parkour)
    Tuesday, February 16, 2010 (8:00pm - 10:00pm, doors 7:30pm)
    Loring-Greenough House, 12 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
    $4 donation

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    Martes, Febrero 16, 2010 - De 20:00 hasta 22:00

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