Dentro de la jornada trasubiremos en el estudio de la creación fílmica enfocándonos en la realización del cine documental como una fuente antropológica para la Preservación Cultural y el Activismo Social.
La intersubjetividad de la cámara como ente alargo del ser, el CINE TRANSE. Y la naturaleza de acción del/la cineasta que crea desde el contexto político, social e individual que le compone.
¿Cómo podemos utilizar el cine documental en pleno cambio climático?
De Sábado, Mayo 4, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Mayo 5, 2019 (Todo el día)
CINEMA PARENTHÈSE and WIELS is happy to present a screening of "Down Clairborne" (2018) by MOIRA TIERNEY. In the framework of the exhibition Ellen Gallagher & Edgar Cleijne: Liquid Intelligence at WIELS
In tribute to film legend Barbara Hammer (1939–2019), this program highlights a selection of the artist’s early films rooted in the Bay Area. Shot at the Roxie Theater, the beginning of Audience (1982) features Hammer’s fun, flirtatious, and thoughtful interviews with the audience line before her tribute screening as part of that year’s San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Recognized as one of the first lesbian experimental filmmakers, Hammer explicitly championed the perspective of women and the visibility of the lesbian and queer communities
Pat O’Neill ha participado en la cultura de Los Angeles desde finales de los años 1960. Padre fundador de la escena del cine de vanguardia de la ciudad, profesor influyente en CalArts y pionero en determinados efectos ópticos, es conocido sobre todo por los cortometrajes que realizó desde principios de los años 60: se trata de ensamblajes de gran intensidad gráfica, reflexivos y hechos de múltiples capas, basados en su dominio de las técnicas de impresión óptica.
Before becoming an accomplished painter and blues guitarist, Mike Henderson studied with Robert Nelson in the SFAI Film Department; between the 1960s and 1980s he sustained a filmmaking practice, creating a remarkable body of work that renders black experience and the joys and struggles of making art with humor and idiosyncrasy. He joins us to present his film The Shape of Things alongside canonical work from Nelson and George Kuchar, two of the filmmakers and teachers most closely associated with film at SFAI, and Bruce Conner, whose work and legacy has helped to define alternative cinema in the Bay Area.
A four week course in artists and experimental filmmaking taught by Maximilian Le Cain + Aoife Desmond
The Guesthouse Project Space, 10 Chapel Lane, Shandon, Cork. Mondays 7pm - 9pm, May 6th - 27th Materialist Film / Fictional Documentary / Performance / Expanded Cinema Price €120 ( early bird €100 before April 15th). Booking is essential as places are limited. Contact [email protected] to book.
Cornell Cinema is honored to host internationally acclaimed local experimental filmmaker Vincent Grenier for a career-overview screening of his poetic film and video work. He will be the recipient of the 2019 Stan Brakhage Vision Award at the Denver Film Festival, an honor held by such masters of the avant-garde as Barbara Hammer, Carolee Scheemann, P. Adams Sitney, and George Kuchar.
We are extremely pleased to present a special screening of a selection of 8mm films by filmmaker Marjorie Keller (1950-1994) in collaboration with the Film-makers Cooperative. The program features six of the artist’s films and spans nearly a decade and a half, from 1969-1983.
"Moonlight People" by Dmitri Frolov / Russia / 2019 / 14 ' / black white, without dialogues
Synopsis: Two young people and two girls in a moonlit night confess in their strange fantasies and loves that go beyond the usual standards ..
The impulse to make the film was the book with the same name as the Russian religious philosopher Vasily Rozanov, who died 100 years ago. His treatise was devoted to the study of sexuality and its negation in Christianity.