The Peephole Cinema in San Francisco is proud to present “Hofreh” a collection of videos showcasing Iranian artists who live and work in the cities of Tehran, Isfahan, Tabriz and Khoramabad. The title of this show is a Persian word that translates to hole or cavity and also applies to the word for eye socket. It’s a fitting title for works that respond to the Peephole Cinema’s unique space: videos that loop inside a hole in a wall located street side on a building in the Mission District.
De Martes, Diciembre 3, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Enero 18, 2020 (Todo el día)
Finalizando el ciclo audiovisual experimental “Mirada Efímera” que programado por FelliniA Tierra de Cine se vino desarrollando en el auditorio del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Mar del Plata, el jueves 28 de noviembre a las 18:00 horas con entrada libre y gratuita, tendrá lugar la proyección - en carácter de estreno exclusivo en Mar del Plata- del largometraje español "Cartas a Paul Morrisey" de Armand Rovira y Saida Benzal.
Los Angeles Filmforum & Dirty Looks present Salomé, a film by Teo Hernandez, Scored live by Dorian Wood Thursday December 5, 2019, 7:30 pm doors; screening starts at 8 pm At the Philosophical Research Society, 3910 Los Feliz Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Note the change in location & ticketing.
Co-presented by the French Film & TV Office and the Philosophical Research Society
In this last year I have been developing a transmedia science fiction film project called Project Chimera, which addresses how to recover memory and feelings in a world that view them as outdated practices.
In 2055, as a consequence of the technologization of life, a global government system applied a memory and feelings erasure device to facilitate order and generate the energy that posthuman communities need to live on the periphery of the large territories in which the world is divided.
Three upcoming screenings of systematic experimental cinema by Simon Payne with Nicky Hamlyn, Neil Henderson and Jennifer Nightingale at Close-Up (London), BEEF/Cube Cinema (Bristol) and Light Cone/Scratch Projections (Paris).
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