Poets, filmmakers, media artists, and video artists are called to submit their work to the 3rd Annual Film and Video Poetry Symposium. This festival and symposium will screen a large scope of film and video projects developed through the medium of poetry. The symposium programmers also curate and present a 30 day gallery exhibit in conjunction with the film screenings.
Brighton Cinecity and Fabrica Gallery host I am Half Sick of Shadows A Dirge for Ruins Cities in the voice of Earth
A cinematic ceremony composed in four acts based on Edgar Allan Poe’s poem The Bells. The poetic gesture functions as a performed amulet for protection, fine-tunes perceptions of Earth and humankind’s disjointed and entangled processes. The film score is made by creating translations of marks found on used shooting targets.
The Spectral Film Festival believes deeply in the capacity of filmmaking to embody individual and collective voices. Innate to its character, this festival seeks to celebrate unconventional forms of expression through experimental, avant-garde, and underground works. We are looking for short-form cinematic pieces that permeate the boundaries of texture, intimacy, and hybridity; those that are unnerving, immersive, expository, and are as daring as they ask their viewer to be in redefining what is accepted as fact.
Experimental Film Society is pleased to announce the 2019 Luminous Void Experimental Film Festival (LVEFF). Ireland’s only festival wholly dedicated to experimental cinema has relocated to Cork for its second edition. This two-day event will take place in early December atTriskel Christchurch Cinema andThe Guesthouse.
Everyday experiences are the subject of filmmaker Theo Thiesmeier, also in his works with still photography. The Berlin artist studied with Peter Kubelka in Frankfurt and Robert Breer at Cooper Union, New York. For ten years, he was also part of the collective of curators of Filmsamstag in Berlin.
dadaland collective: an international group of digital artists are exhibiting their work in Bega, Australia during November and December. The collective came together in 2018 through Facebook groups to be part of The Wrong Biennale, a global event celebrating digital culture. The Wrong Biennale is the world's largest ever art event with nearly 2000 artists exhibiting online and at various locations around the globe.
De Viernes, Noviembre 1, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Diciembre 14, 2019 (Todo el día)