Since 1996 the Women’s Film Preservation Fund has preserved a number of significant experimental and animated works by American women, many of which reflect pioneering approaches and unique voices. These include works by Storm de Hirsch, Barbara Hammer, Peggy Ahwesh, Bette Gordon, and Helen Hill among others.
De Viernes, Junio 21, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Junio 22, 2019 (Todo el día)
Besides the Screen is a festival about all forms of cinema that are not film. It focus on experimental audiovisual works that engage critically and creatively with the infrastructures of moving image production, distribution and exhibition. The 2019 edition, themed "Graphic Intelligences & Algorithmic Fictions", will be showcasing works that explore computer processing, audiovisual interfaces, algorithmic animations, data and sound visualizations, video-essays, narrative & sensorial experiences in mixed reality and videogames.
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Call out for submissions for the upcoming 2nd edition of Revolutions Per Minute Film Fest (Jan 31-Feb 2, 2020). RPM is dedicated to artist cinema and audiovisual performance that challenge the boundaries of media. RPM Film Fest 2020 will take place at UMass-Boston and other locations in Boston.
Free submission deadline: August 15, 2019 Final deadline: November 1, 2019 (late submission fee $15)
Massimo Bacigalupo (Rapallo, Génova, Italia, 1947). Sus primeras obras fueron producidas por el Club de cine amateur local. Durante algunos años colaboró en la organización del Festival Internacional de cine amateur de Rapallo. En 1966 su largometraje Quasi una tangente ganó el primer premio en el Festival de cine de Montecatini. Bacigalupo, que tenía entonces diecinueve años, recuerda que estaba sentado entre el público con Lillian Gish y Anita Loos, que visitaban casualmente Montecatini (Lillian era amiga de los padres de Massimo).
The Moving Image Salon is a monthly gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. It is intended as a relaxed and open space for conversation and exchange about contemporary moving image practices, a networking event and critical forum.