The Moving Image Salon is a monthly gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. It is a relaxed and open space for conversation and exchange about contemporary moving image practices, a networking event and critical forum.
indiefilmpage.com and Coney Island USA Present: The 20th Annual Coney Island Film Festival September 11 - 13, 2020 at the legendary Sideshows By The Seashore and the Coney Island Museum in the historic Brooklyn neighborhood Coney Island, New York!
Coney Island Film Festival named one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals" and "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" by MovieMaker Magazine!
Entry Categories - Drama Short, Comedy Short, Feature, Documentary Feature, Documentary Short, Horror, Sci-Fi, Music Video, Experimental, Animation
El programa «Profundidad de campo», destinado a la producción, muestra y estudio de la práctica audiovisual contemporánea, inaugura una nueva exposición con el trabajo de la artista y cineasta Laida Lertxundi (Bilbao, 1981). Las películas de Lertxundi combinan el rigor conceptual con el placer sensorial, para sugerir exploraciones seductoras y auto-reflexivas de los entornos en los que trabaja. En sus trabajos, recurre a la película de 16mm, el uso de la fotografía, la música e imágenes en movimiento generadas por el azar.
De Viernes, Octubre 25, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Diciembre 15, 2019 (Todo el día)
New for IFFR's 49th festival edition. IFFR Sessions is a series of discursive ‘sessions’ in which selected participants will take part in workshops designed for discussion and learning.
Taking place daily over the first weekend of IFFR 2020 (23–27 January), and hosted by our location partner Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, IFFR Sessions promise to offer a platform for discussion, time and space for reflection and a laboratory for critical engagement. Each morning, IFFR will invite a professional (artist/filmmaker, curator or writer) to lead a three-hour session involving a presentation and screening, specially put together and solely for the group, followed by a discussion.
Phil Solomon (1954-2019) was an immensely passionate, inspiring, and kind-hearted figure to so many who encountered him and his work. He inhabited this world as a generous friend, dedicated teacher and mentor, and as an artist of profound talent and feeling, whose films have inspired countless over the decades. Los Angeles Filmforum has hosted Phil Solomon on a few occasions over the years, and he was always one of our favorite guests, presenting programs of great personality and memorable, lingering emotionality. So although it is with great sadness that we now present