Film at Lincoln Center announces New York, 1962–1964: Underground and Experimental Cinemaspotlighting the rise of the New American Cinema, running from July 29–August 4.
1962 to 1964 was a pivotal moment in the evolution of American arts and culture, especially in New York City. These years, crucial to the development of Pop, Minimalism, and performance, saw the emergence of a new generation of radical artists, as well as venues that gave their iconoclastic work a home and a context. Movies, meanwhile, were undergoing a transformation of their own: the rise of a truly independent cinema, of works unencumbered by the medium’s aesthetic conventions and commercial imperatives.
De Viernes, Julio 29, 2022 (Todo el día) hasta Jueves, Agosto 4, 2022 (Todo el día)
The Small-FIle Media Festival is pleased to announce that this year's festival will be running IN PERSON from August 9-15 at the Simon Fraser University School for the Contemporary Arts! This year's festival will not only feature in person screenings but will include small-file workshops and the inaugural Small File Tiny Music Festival!
De Martes, Agosto 9, 2022 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Agosto 14, 2022 (Todo el día)
Diorama Room Arts is seeking micro-short films/videos, from around the world, that focus on a dialogue between humans and nature, for its autumn Tune in to Green online exhibition with a one-night live screening in Austin, Texas, USA, at the end of October. The exhibition will be available for rent at Vimeo On Demand from September 1-November 30, 2022.
Diorama Room Arts presents Tune in to Green - Exhibition Seven. This compilation features thirteen short experimental and expanded documentary films focusing on the relationship between humans and the rest of the natural world.
De Jueves, Junio 2, 2022 (Todo el día) hasta Miércoles, Agosto 31, 2022 (Todo el día)
The new season of VideoGarden (VideoDvorišče) events is starting with a guest programme by the Ecuadorian experimental filmmaker Jean-Jacques Martinod. Together with co-director and cinematographer Bretta C. Walker, they will present a selection of short films and the background behind their creation. A selection of poetic, meditative films addresses liminal emotional and spatial personal experiences and reflections on the coexistence of human and nature.
Short Circuit show thought-provoking short films that have their roots in documentary. Now well established our themed screenings in Brighton invite emerging, established and award winning artists and filmmakers to share their often unconventional approaches to documentary storytelling.
We are seeking submissions for ON PERFORMANCE an Autumn screening of experimental short films that draw attention to the trials and triumphs, vision and execution of 'the performance' in all its contrasting and unexpected guises.