MIRE presents PRISME, an event that aims at celebrating current analog film practices and dynamics as well as promoting the networks that are committed to its development, artistic experimentation in general, and do it yourself philosophy. The first edition of PRISME, will take place from December 6 – 9, 2018.
Our programme will include : performances (expanded cinema, sound), film screenings, workshops, panel discussion, meetings…
MôTif Film Festivalwas created by dedicated artists, scientists, anthropologists, and filmmakers who understand what an event like this can and should offer its participants. Films from everywhere and of all genres are welcome. MôTif strives to turn our festival into a platform and outlet for voices fighting to be heard.
De Viernes, Agosto 3, 2018 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Agosto 5, 2018 (Todo el día)
The Slow Short Film Festival celebrates work engaging with a stylistic tendency grown conspicuous in the past three decades of world art cinema. Very broadly this style consists of long takes, long shots, a focus on non-professional actors, and an emphasis on everyday activities deemed surplus to mainstream storytelling. Leading figures include Béla Tarr, Tsai Ming-Liang, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Abbas Kiarostami, Lav Diaz, Pedro Costa and Ben Rivers.
DESPIECESes un recorrido por 12 piezas pensadas in-situ en el nuevo y sugestivo espacio de Carnicería. Las propuestas quieren ser prácticas audio-video-ensayísticas y performativas que se originan en el concepto mismo de ensayo o en el conflicto que este supone.
- A las 20h comenzará el recorrido** de la mano del comisario de la muestra y lxs artífices, para de- o re-construir las piezas y entenderlas en su conjunto.
Microscope is very pleased to present an evening of works by Tessa Hughes-Freeland and Ela Troyano including the first performance in over twenty years of their collaborative work “Elegy for Jean Genet” (1994-1997) a live expanded cinema performance dedicated to the writings of the French playwright, poet and filmmaker, and based upon a musical composition by John Zorn.
Episode 7 of Scottish based experimental film podcast 'Into the Mothlight' is live now on SoundCloud and iTunes. This time a conversation with Lux Scotland Director Nicole Yip on her journey into the moving image, her approach as a curator, the work of Lux in Scotland and their aim to nurture and support artists working in the moving image in Scotland.