Scratch Projection: Steven Woloshen - Scratchatopia!

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Editorial (Steven Woloshen, 2009)Scratch Projection: Steven Woloshen - Scratchatopia!
Tuesday 13 March 2012, 20h
Cinéma Action Christine
4, rue Christine, 75006 Paris, France

Born in Montreal in 1960, Steven Woloshen began to make animated films without a camera while still a student, first in Super 8 and then 16mm. The early films of Woloshen seem to owe nothing to McLaren. Son of Dada was developed rather in reference to Kurt Schwitters, while Didre Novo, perhaps because of the Maasai rhythm of its soundtrack is more reminiscent of Len Lye's Free Radicals. He returns to filmmaking in 1996, after a hiatus of nearly 12 years. Woloshen is the origin of a work which, while evolving, remains a consistent, particularly because it denotes an attractiveness unchanged for a cinema that is both festive and formally demanding.

Programme:
- Ditty Dot Comma (2001, 35 mm, colour, sound, 3' 00)
- Bru Ha Ha! (2002, 35 mm, colour-b&w, sound, 2' 08)
- Cameras Take Five (2003, 35 mm, colour, sound, 3' 00)
- Snip (2004, 35 mm, colour-b&w, sound, 1' 40)
- The Curse Of The Voodoo Child (2005, 35 mm, colour, sound, 3' 20)
- Changing Evan (2006, 35 mm, colour, sound, 1' 15)
- Editorial (2009, 35 mm, colour, sound, 10' 00)
- Playtime (2009, 35 mm, colour, sound, 2' 44)
- Fiesta Brava (2011, 35 mm, colour, sound, 3' 26)

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