The 4th Edition of the Working Title Film Festival will be held in Vicenza (Italy) from the 1st to the 5th October 2019.
The aim of the Festival is to encourage, through cinema and audiovisual arts and expressions, a reflection on the issues related to Work, especially in the contemporary society, and on the relevant political and social context. The Working Title Film Festival intends to read through a contemporary viewpoint the current patterns and conditions of the world of work, focusing not only on its negative perspective, on precariousness, fragmentation and reduced workers’ protection and rights, but also on its creative possibilities. Moreover, the festival aims at giving visibility to audiovisual artworks that are not mainstream and do not belong to the official distribution network, and to the emerging cinema, thus creating a dialogue between independent filmmakers and the audience.
On April 12th, 14th, and 15th, ten of Madison Brookshire's films will be presented at Mono No Aware, Anthology Film Archives, and Microscope Gallery. Madison Brookshire will be in attendance at all three screenings, including a Q+A at the Anthology screening and a live performance of his solo piece "FOUNTAIN" at Microscope Gallery. Several films include live musical performances from LCollective.
4/12 at MONO NO AWARE, 8pm + 4/14 at Anthology Film Archives, 7:30pm + 4/15 at Microscope Gallery, 7:30pm
M Film Festival is a new international film festival in Matosinhos, Portugal, exclusively dedicated to a 1-minute film, including credits, with open competition to all countries and organized by Orfeão de Matosinhos.
This festival have free submission and prize money.
Channels Festival is a biennial program dedicated to showcasing fresh, innovative and experimental video art. For our forthcoming 2019 festival we invite artists from around the globe to submit recent works to our curated open-call Video Visions program.
We are looking for recently created, short, single-channel works that are of a high artistic calibre. We are interested in works that push formal, conceptual or political boundaries; works that are experimental and risky; works that are critical, engaged and relevant to our time.
This selection of artists’ films looks at bodies of water through technologies of seeing, sensing, and investigation to help us imagine different ecologies and less visible, even alien environments. Exploring various approaches to “remote sensing,” these works frame life on an increasingly unliveable planet through militarized and infrastructural forms of oceanic space. What can the relationship between the visibility of a watery surface and the invisibility of what exists below it tell us about possible futures — on and beyond our own environments?
EAI is pleased to present a special evening with filmmaker Vivian Ostrovsky, to mark the New York launch of a compendium of her newly-remastered works by Paris-based experimental film hub Re: Voir. Ostrovsky, whose work ranges from montage shorts to experimental artists' bios, diary features and immersive installations, will introduce selections within and beyond the Re:Voir collection.