Undoing The Whole Thing, the kick-off event of The Futurism is Ours, is about breaking down and building back up again. Featuring short work by Barbara Hammer, Miatta Kawinzi, and Joey Carducci, the program reflects on the filmmakers’ experiences working within and against cinematic lineages through their exploration of selfhood, queerness, and alternative social realities.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Aldo Tambellini’s legendary Black TV, the multimedia pioneer presents a new installation realized by re-editing hundreds of hours of his experimental mixed-media works in a site-specific Electromedia environment. Born of a complex, stratified experience, in which the images became a further subject in the critical investigation of the American social and political reality, Black TV is a monumental operation of aesthetic synthesis of the Intermedia era.
De Miércoles, Septiembre 11, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Septiembre 15, 2019 (Todo el día)
Desde sus inicios el cine se anuncia como una promesa lumínica de un cuerpo en movimiento. En la pantalla el cuerpo danza, el cuerpo goza, desafía a veces los cánones de representación y nos invita a reflexionar sobre cuestiones de identidad y género. Esta edición del Aula Xcèntric propone un acercamiento a la historia del cine experimental a través de la fascinación de los y las cineastas de vanguardia por la figuración del cuerpo y por las posibilidades que ofrece la materia fílmica y el cine digital para representarlo.
Moinho Cine Fest is an international film festival, exclusively dedicated to a one minute films and to mobile films with maximum duration of 5 minutes.
In last edition, with designation of M Film Festival, this film festival received 570 submissions from 70 countries. The official selection was 63 films from 38 countries.
This year, Moinho Cine Fest born from M Film Festival, that it will have a 2nd edition, and Moinho Cine Fest will take in April 2020 in Custóias, Leça do Balio and Guifões parish, Matosinhos, Portugal.
Marking the launch of her long-awaited collected writings Telling Invents Told, (The Visible Press), artist and film-maker Lis Rhodes will be in conversation with MarÍa Palacios Cruz, the book’s editor and Deputy Director of LUX, following a screening of Dissonance and Disturbance and Running Light and readings from the book.
filmkoop wien is more than happy to welcome Guillaume Vallée and Charlotte Clermont from Montreal, Canada this September. Join us for this special screening of experimental films and videos and meet the artists.