Born in Tokyo Sylvia Schedelbauer first moved to Berlin in 1993, where she has been based since. She studied at the University of Arts Berlin (with Katharina Sieverding). Her films negotiate the space between broader historical narratives and personal, psychological realms mainly through poetic manipulations of found and archival footage.
"Schedelbauer’s films reveal the world in a perpetually unsettled state of flux and traverses into liminal zones where time and space collapse." (James Hansen, Women to Watch, Cleo - Journal of Film and Feminism)
- Light Plays: Anne-Marie Bouchard; 16mm to digi;Canada; 7.00; - Tschaika; M. Kardinal; Germany; 10.49; - Nature Speaks To Self. Only.; Ann Oren; Israel; 8.00; - The Man In The Bushes; Emma Piper-Burket and Vasilios Papaioannu; USA; 5:46; - Uufo; Yun Chen; CHINA/USA; 21.00 - The Chthulu And The Final Girl; Animation by Meredith Drum; USA; 1:40
“The films in this program represent a number of different stylistic tendencies in filmmaking which coexisted during the 1980s, in an environment where films were screened in clubs along with performances and live music, and often on the same night. The fluidity of performers, filmmakers, and musicians collaborating created a particularly vibrant and unique element of nightlife.
MILOTI Program is a curated film/video screening that showcases moving image artists engaging Ohio that come together to screen contemporary film/video projects, eat tacos, have a drink, and find community. The event is held at Milo Arts in Columbus, OH and plans to travel. All types of film and video and people are welcome to submit and attend.
Visions in the Nunnery is returning for its 11th edition to the Nunnery Gallery. A renowned showcase of recent moving image and performance work, Visions aims to offer an international overview of the challenging and thoughtful uses of these ever shifting mediums. Shown across three monthly programmes, each led by an invited artist, this is an opportunity to be part of one of the most varied and exciting presentations of moving image work in London.
Since 1971, the Festival du nouveau cinema aims to support quality, originality, and audacity in the works it selects. Its primary vocation is to present the public with projects that combine narrative with visual exploration and technological innovation.
Join the selection of the 47th edition of Montreal Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) by submitting your work before June 15, 2018. Also benefit from lower rates until April 30! We are looking forward to watch your creations!
Se repite cada semana 1 veces. También incluye Dom Abr 29 2018, Mié Mayo 30 2018.
Call out for films and videos submissions for the upcoming 20th edition of Paris Festival for Different and Experimental Cinemas (October 2018). The festival is organised by Collectif Jeune Cinéma every year. CJC - Collectif Jeune Cinéma - was founded in 1971 following the New York Filmmakers's Cooperative footsteps. CJC is a cooperative for distribution with the aim to promote visual and cinematic experimental practices. Along with the organising of regular montly screenings, CJC is also the organiser of the Paris Festival for Different and Experimental Cinéma.