ZERO is a visual representation of Coleman Zurkowski's album of the same name. The film, as well as the album, is an exploration of the mental and physical effects of binaural/isochronic rhythms gradually slowing into silence.
filmkoop wien is very happy to present a screening of canadian filmmaker and animator Madi Piller. The presented program reflects on spaces in Toronto and northern Ontario's moments in time. Madi Piller will be present and is happy to answer your questions.
Screening: - Graffiti - 2:50 mins 16mm, with sound - Bacchanal - 15 mins Super8, silent - 70 meters - 17 mins Super8, silent - 7200 meters under the sun - 03:20mins Super 8, dual projection
Queer Moving Image Review is now accepting submissions for our screening room, a monthly feature on our website. Queer Moving Image Review seeks moving image of any kind involving the theme of queerness and/or moving images made by queer filmmakers. Non-commercial, artist made films are encouraged, special preference will be given to filmmakers who identify as queer.
The Editorial Board of AM Journal of Art and Media Studiesis inviting all potential contributors to send their proposals for issue No.15/April 2018. AM Journal is structured in four sections: Main Topic, Beyond the Main Topic, Artist Portfolio, and Book Reviews. Only the first section, which is also the central one, is predefined by the main topic of the issue. The main topic of issue No.15/April 2018 is Experimental Film.
Gunvor Nelson/Dorothy Wiley: As friends living in Marin County, Gunvor Nelson and Dorothy Wiley began making films together in the 1960s that foregrounded their personal experiences while examining issues of family, parenthood, partnership and domestic life in the In the context of artist filmmaking in Northern California. Featuring original soundtracks, their collaborative and solo films explore the poetics of everyday life, from portraits of motherhood to close studies of various bodies.
A personal tribute to artist friendship, this 1971 filmic collaboration reflects on a moment in time in the lives and careers of Bay Area legends William Allan, William Geis, Robert Hudson, Robert Nelson and William T. Wiley. These painters, sculptors and filmmakers and their circle associated with Funk art enjoyed a certain freedom on the West Coast to forge their own territory and forms of expression.
Light Movement is delighted to welcome Giuseppe Boccassini - a filmmaker working with found and archival footage to work a visual language to surreal affect. In a manner that suggests films inner breathing, as if it had a consciousness, or the media dreaming of itself, these images circulate and pulsate in reflection of their own problematic being.