The Forgiveness of Judith Malina considers the ethics of forgiveness in the context of the Holocaust.The film features never-before-seen footage of late theater director Judith Malina with an original score by James Sclavunos of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
Working with underground DEO cinema and artist bar 289E, we will be holding our next screening at A. Farm a local based artist residency located in a converted factory at the edge of Saigon. Our goal is to generate interest in experimental cinema and video art in Vietnam.
Genre focus: experimental, abstract, video art, documentary. Length: under 15 minutes Prefer films made between 2015-2019.
Todo hombre recuerda las primeras palabras de Neil Amstrong tras pisar la superficie lunar, el 20 de julio de 1969. Pocos recuerdan, en cambio, las de su compañero Buzz Aldrin: “Magnífica vista. Magnífica desolación”. ¿Qué vio Aldrin, dónde están esas imágenes, cómo era esa desolación? Cuando se cumplen 50 años del alunizaje del Apolo 11, Cineteca revisita los caminos cruzados del cine, la ciencia y la exploración lunar, y recorre las imágenes con las que el cine soñó la luna y el espacio exterior.
CutLog Artists Moving Image and the Society of Scottish artists invite artists from across the world, and at all stages of their career to enter their work to be considered for inclusion in 5 weeks of showcase screenings as part of the Annual Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh from 22 December 2019 – 30 January 2020.
The Moving Image Salon is a monthly gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. It is intended as a relaxed and open space for conversation and exchange about contemporary moving image practices, a networking event and critical forum.
One of the original camera-journalist-cum-independent-videomakers, Skip Blumberg’s practice is situated between discourses of art, journalism, activism, and guerilla filmmaking. He is a founding member of the Videofreex, a pioneering New York video collective for countercultural movements from 1969 to 1978. This “Culture Beat” program provides just a small sampling of Skip’s prolific output, from his "on-the-ground" participatory style to his travels around the world as an artist, producer, and correspondent.