The Screening Room Cavia presents the legendary Hans Richter! The German avant-gardist, film experimenter, painter and graphic artist, with 6 of his short experimental films, some specially screened with a new musical underscore. After a short break the surrealist feature film Dreams That Money Can Buy will be shown.
‘So Cheerio for Now’ features video and photographic works by Sally Waterman and Jacqueline Butler. Both artists use their personal archives as a source material, reflecting on familial relationships, love, and mourning.
Drawing on analogue photographic albums and hand written letters, each artist reconstructs fragmented narratives from their past. Having moved away from their family homeland as young women, the exhibition traces the recurring journeys they make to their ancestral homes in the Isle of Wight and Glasgow.
De Sábado, Noviembre 11, 2017 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Diciembre 16, 2017 (Todo el día)
Concrete Dream Film Festival is a film competition composed of arthouse, experimental, and avant-garde films chosen through filmmakers submissions, showcasing the most inspiring and innovative works from visual artists around the world. Our mission is to bring awareness, recognition, and publicity to the films and their filmmakers.
Submissions for the 15th Annual Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival (ICDOCS) are now open! We are excited to share experimental, innovative, radical, and weird nonfiction cinema with you from April 26-28, 2018. Find our call for entries and submission form here: https://icdocs.wordpress.com/call-for-entries/
Created during and between military coups, civil wars, diverse authoritarian regimes, and invasions led by the United States, experimental cinema in Latin America has not escaped the impact diverse forms of social upheavals and violence. In many of these contexts, resistance, even social commentary, can be a precarious, even dangerous, project, and tonight’s program surveys some of these expressions. In the war-torn El Salvador of 1980, the collective “Los Vagos” shot documentaries and one fiction film, Zona intertidal, a poetic treatment of the politically motiv