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  • Ad Hoc #3: Beautiful Rage

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    Three milestones of avant-garde filmmaking. Wieland, Brakhage and Sonbert transcend, at least in part, their despair and rage against imperialism, war, violence, and homophobia, through art.

    “I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.” (Frankenstein, Mary Shelley)

    "Imagination is the only weapon in the war against realty." (Lewis Carroll

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    Jueves, Agosto 10, 2017 - 19:00

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  • Light Movement 23: OPEN DOORS curated by Ute Aurand (Berlin) and Peter Todd (London)

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    Every year or two Ute Aurand and Peter Todd meet up to continue a filmic conversation. OPEN DOORS is their third program curated together. A film by the Scottish filmmaker Margaret Tait is often shown as a reference to how Aurand and Todd's joint interest in her work fIrst brought them together. In OPEN DOORS they have selected films in which the filmmakers' observations and feelings become visible beyond obvious narratives.

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    Domingo, Julio 23, 2017 - 20:00

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  • Cineinfinito #20: Theo Thiesmeier

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    Theo Thiesmeier Films 1983 - 1995
    Con la presencia del artista.

    Theo Thiesmeier nació en 1962 en Bochum, Alemania. En la Städelschule en Frankfurt M. estudió cine entre 1983-89 con Peter Kubelka y cuatro semestres de fotografía con Herbert Schwöbel. Terminó sus estudios de cine en 1990 en el Cooper Union en Nueva York con Robert Breer y P. Adams Sitney y trabajando  en el Anthology Film Archives con Jonas Mekas. En 1997 fundó en Berlín, junto con Ute Aurand y Renate Sami, el filmSamstag, al que más tarde se unió Milena Gierke, Johannes Beringer, Bärbel Freund y Karl Heil hasta 2007.

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    Jueves, Julio 27, 2017 - 18:30

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  • VISIONS | 12.07.17 + 13.03.17 | Clint Enns: The Lo-Fi Mixtape + If You're Seeing This, It's Too Late

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    VISIONS, in collaboration with la lumière collective, presents
    CLINT ENNS: THE LO-FI MIXTAPE + IF YOU'RE SEEING THIS, IT'S TOO LATE
    Filmmaker Present | Digital Projection

    Clint Enns is a visual artist living in Toronto, Ontario. His work primarily deals with moving images created with broken and/or outdated technologies. His work has shown both nationally and internationally at galleries, festivals, alternative spaces and microcinemas.

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    Miércoles, Julio 12, 2017 - 20:00
    Jueves, Julio 13, 2017 - 20:00

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  • Early Monthly Segments #98: Abigail Child & Julie Murray

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    Celebrate the heat of July with classics by two of the sharpest editors in the experimental scenes in the USA. Abigail Child’s heady Is This What You Were Born For? series (from which we’re showing four films) took the Eighties by storm creating “found” footage collages of sultry noir seduction—turning erotic desires on its head.

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    Lunes, Julio 24, 2017 - 20:00

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  • Cineinfinito #19: MM Serra

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    Programa:
    - Eye Etc (1982,16mm, color, silent, 4')
    Filmado en vacaciones en Hawai, los planos exploran la luz, los colores y el movimiento sensual de la cultura hawaiana.

    Five Films (1984-87):
    FIVE FILMS de MM Serra representan el espíritu del "hazlo-tú-mismo", pero introducen una distintiva dimensión de erotismo poético. Vistas en conjunto, estas películas (...) demuestran la ilimitada energía que animaba la escena cinematográfica underground de Nueva York en aquellos años (...) —Anthology Film Archives, 2016

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    Jueves, Julio 27, 2017 - 18:00

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  • Ko Nakajima: Mt. Fuji

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    Microscope Gallery is extremely pleased to present as the final night in a two-part series of works by the Japanese video and computer animation pioneer Ko Nakajima the full 90-minute version of his most well known work “Mt. Fuji”, made in 1984. While the 20-minute version has previously screened in the US – including in the 1986 program “New Video: Japan” as part of “Close Up of Japan, New York 1985-86” at the Museum of Modern Art and the subsequent traveling program, among others – the original version of the work has rarely, if ever, been shown in the US. A 7-minute long “short version” also exists.

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    Lunes, Julio 17, 2017 - 19:30

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