After Bruce Bailie, the Film Museum pays respect to another key figure of the New American Cinema revolution – this time one from the East rather than the West Coast: Hollis Frampton (1936-1984). After his formative "year of apprenticeship" spent with poet Ezra Pound (1957/1958), Ohio-born Frampton moved to New York in order to establish himself as a painter. He moved from photography to 16mm film and was soon celebrated as a visionary of Structural Film.
De Lunes, Abril 3, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Jueves, Abril 6, 2017 (Todo el día)
For the third time in a row the Amsterdam Experimental Film Fest Atrabilious will take place in Filmhuis Cavia, Amsterdam. Atrabilious has in a short time managed to establish itself as a vanguard of new as well as established experimental filmmakers: a showcase of experimental film-video art of over 20 international artists. Over a period of two days more than 40 short films will be shown, including unique, never shown before material specially curated for Atrabilious.
De Sábado, Marzo 25, 2017 - 20:00 hasta Domingo, Marzo 26, 2017 - 18:00
Ecran-test (Screen-Test) is an open space, of meeting and exchange, around artistic projects. It takes place at the initiative of members of Mire who wish to expose a project in progress to the gaze and and the discussion. It is open to all.
This time, WAV2 (aka AV2 / Clinch & Pierre Pierre Pierre) + Antoine Ledroit & Thomas Chatard who invite us to:
Aunque eclipsado por cineastas como Andy Warhol, Jack Smith o Kenneth Anger, José Rodríguez Soltero es uno de los principales exponentes de la división latina, queer y psicodélica (acid-head) del cine underground neoyorquino de mediados de los sesenta.
Presented by Sheffield FringeConcrete Futures brings together films that deal with fiction and imagination, inviting encounters with speculative futures, which are nonetheless grafted onto the present, ‘documentary’ moment that haunts them. Moreover, through the use of images as documents and as drivers of the imagination, Serbian, Angolan and Spanish cityscapes are connected in a type of speculative haunting.
Tony Conrad (1940–2016) was the subject of an NEA-funded Immersive Cinema residency hosted by Cinematheque in 2009. In his memory we are proud to present Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present, Tyler Hubby’s rich and loving portrait of Conrad as well as an evening of his films. A 2009 interview with Conrad by Cinematheque’s Artistic Director Steve Polta is available here for the very first time.