Altered Images is a spontaneous space for experimental film production, videoart, installations and live music. The festival aims to showcase silent or sound movies that are open to a sound reinterpretation. Our showcase is open to artists all around the world whose works have an experimental and innovative character.
CINEMA PARENTHÈSE in collaboration with BALASSI INSTITUTE, CULTURAL SERVICE OF THE EMBASSY OF HUNGARY IN BRUSSELS, and CINÉ CLUB DE I'INSAS presents a program focused on GÁBOR BÓDY (1946–1985), one of the most outstanding and unusual personalities from the Hungarian and European cinema of the 70s and 80s – multi-sided, fascinating and dazzling. Through his films, lectures, video works, installations and tours Bódy became a universal source of inspiration and ideas among filmmakers and film lovers.
Within its 10 year activities anniversary LPEP La Paternal Espacio Proyecto through its programs PAPO (Paternal Art and Politics) and SirveVerse LAB, together with the project “Ratio Aspect”, calls to participate in “Broken Screen” with contestatary pieces of art in single-channel technology (video, net art, apps, memes, gif, stickers to chat, VR, etc)
Larry Gottheim is a key figure in the history and development of American avant-garde cinema through the 1970s and 1980s. His early "minimal" films, such as FOG LINE, are well-known and have been widely shown at museums in the U.S. and Europe. His recent films have played in Europe and at the EXis festival in Seoul. Gottheim also founded the celebrated Cinema Department at Binghamton University, where he worked until 1998.
V Moscow International Experimental Film Festival (MIEFF) are pleased to announce the CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for participation in the festival's international competition program, which will be held from July 8 to July 13, 2020.
You are invited to submit a short film (up to 50 minutes) or a full-length work including video art, experimental film, animation, found footage, new media or audio-visual performance. All works are to be made in 2019 — 2020. Also, they are to be presented in Russia for the first time./p>
Inspired by Walter Benjamin’s essay on art and mechanical reproduction, the latest documentary feature by novelist and filmmaker Xiaolu Guo takes us to a village near Shenzhen, in southern China, where a cottage industry produces made-to-order copies of Western masterpieces. Exploring the contemporary nature of images and the interconnections between people from different worlds, the film intercuts the life of a Chinese painter copying Caravaggio’s John in the Wilderness (c. 1604) and the life of the Swiss-Italian poet in London who commissioned it.
David Haxton (nacido en 1943, Indianapolis, Indiana) es un artista que trabaja sobre todo en fotografía y cine. Sus películas de los años 70 y primeros 80 fueron hechas principalmente en película negativa, con una posición de cámara estática, en una sola toma. En estas películas, el espacio filmado se revela gradualmente por medio de un intérprete, mientras que se conserva la naturaleza plana intrínseca de la pantalla iluminada.