KEN JACOBS - "MOVIE THAT INVITES PAUSING" Premiere Thursday, May 28, 8PM
Anthology Film Archives and Screen Slate co-presenting the premiere of Ken Jacobs "MOVIE THAT INVITES PAUSING".
In addition to MOVIE... (24 min), they will also screen "Things to Come" (35 min), with a pre-show of recent Eternalism gifs. Afterwards, Ken will be joined by Anthology archivist John Klacsmann for a live chat.
The Jönköpings läns museum, in Jönköping, Sweden, presents the video art selection “ARTificial Intelligence” by Video Art Miden, from May 30 to August 23, 2020. “ARTificial Intelligence”, curated by Gioula Papadopoulou, presents 8 works that deal with various concepts concerning the “homo digitalis” era and artificial intelligence, exploring the physical detachment and the gradual digitalization and virtualization of our world, our societies and
De Sábado, Mayo 30, 2020 - 10:00 hasta Domingo, Agosto 23, 2020 - 15:00
POOL 20 INTERNATIONALES TanzFilmFestival BERLIN Deadline: 14.6.2020
PROFILE Every year POOL presents a selection of fascinating dance film productions from all over the world, making the event a meeting place for creatives involved in the fields of dance, film, fashion and advertisement.
The focus of the festival is on films that not only record dance but create independent filmchoreographies through the intense interplay between dance and cinematic tools like camera and editing.
Online edition of the 8th Experimental Film Festival Kinodot started on May 21 and will go on till May 26. Five programs will be available for watching at kinodot.org, each program can be viewed for 24 hours. There is a new program each day, though some films will remain available until the end of the festival.
De Viernes, Mayo 22, 2020 (Todo el día) hasta Lunes, Mayo 25, 2020 (Todo el día)
Join us online for a special screening of frame based films from members of the Film-Maker's Cooperative. We will be showing the fabulous films of Emily Breer, Alice Cohen, Janie Geiser, Erin Hayes, Helen Hill, Faith and John Hubley, Emily and Georgia Hubley, Marie Losier, and Stan VanDerBeek.