Esta sesión está dedicada al cine corporal de Katerina Thomadaki y Maria Klonaris, dos artistas griegas afincadas en Francia que nos llevan a un campo en el que la mujer se libera de las ataduras patriarcales y se descubre a sí misma en un entorno libre.
Process is the first experimental film festival in the Baltics dedicated to experimental, analog filmmaking. Taking place on the 22nd to 25th of March in Riga, Latvia, the festival will provide a four day intensive programme, consisting of film screenings, talks, discussions, lectures and live expanded cinema performances.
De Miércoles, Marzo 22, 2017 - 17:00 hasta Sábado, Marzo 25, 2017 - 00:00
Analogue Recurring is an experimental screening event, which illuminates the mechanical processes and materiality inherent in analogue film. Embracing a DIY ethos the event is a platform to discuss and enjoy contemporary celluloid film in the digital age. A field continuously redefining it’s self as durational and durable. Screening formats are 16mm and super-8 only.
- Bunte Kuh (Faraz Anoushahpour & Parastoo Anoushahpour & Ryan Ferko, 5 minutes, 2015) "Through a flood of images and impressions, a narrator attempts to recall a family holiday. Produced in Berlin and Toronto, Bunte Kuh combines a found postcard, family photo album, and original footage to weave together the temporal realities of two separate vacations." - FA, PA, RF
José Val del Omar has often been considered an essential figure of Spanish experimental cinema. However, we see Val del Omar as an essential figure of experimental cinema tout court. This is not a minor point. Displacing Val del Omar from a narrow national narrative is a chance to relocate him within an international constellation of referents. He is part of a global history of images, sounds, utopias, and inventions. This expansive perspective may be a way to eschew recurring questions—was Val del Omar ahead of his time?
De Jueves, Marzo 16, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Marzo 19, 2017 (Todo el día)
This special "Audio-Visual" installment of the Fire Over Series will open with a quadraphonic sound piece by Baltimore-based electronic music composer, Max Eilbacher. Perhaps most widely known as the bass player in the polyrhythmic, microtonal rock band, Horse Lords, Eilbacher has also been cutting a unique path of his own thru a series of ambitious, highly imaginative solo releases.