The online edition of the 66th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen from 13 to 18 May 2020 has proved far more successful than expected. In total, Internet users in nearly 100 countries watched the festival films on the net. Well over 2,500 festival passes were sold in around 60 countries, over 1,000 trade visitors from almost 70 countries attended the online festival.
Filmmaker Helga Fanderl was born in Ingolstadt and now lives in Berlin. From 1987 to 1992 she studied at the University of Fine Arts in Frankfurt am Main with Peter Kubelka and then at the Cooper Union School of Arts New York with Robert Breer. She presented her films, among others. at the International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen, they are among others represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt am Main and in the collection of the Center Pompidou in Paris.
De Martes, Mayo 12, 2020 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Agosto 16, 2020 (Todo el día)
VideoBardo, founded in 1996, call artists to participate in the International Videopoetry Festival - VideoBardo 24 YEARS which will be realizated throughout 2020 in different cities and venues around the world and at a CENTRAL WEEK in Buenos Aires, Argentina; on dates to be defined.
The FILMont Media Project is excited to announce its inaugural online screening event and fundraiser for the Media Project's 3D printed PPE production efforts, tomorrow, May 15 at 7pm (EDT). Join us as we screen work produced in our community film workshop, along side a selection hand-crafted cinema from Nicole Baker, Peter Rose, Eric Theise, Quinn Thomashow, and Josh Weissbach.
Over the last 18 years, Lausanne Underground Film & Music Festival (LUFF) has been going to great - but exciting - pains to rub its audiences the wrong way and to offer original and off-the-wall programming. LUFF’s objective is to fuse music and cinema together into a chemistry of weirdness, drawing from a wide range of avant-garde artists and innovative creations which in most cases have never before been seen in Switzerland.
In October 2014, Light Cone introduced the Atelier 105 artist residencies, dedicated to the video-based post-production of films that fall within the realm of experimental cinema, with the aim of supporting approximately 10 projects per year. The residency is intended for the work-flow of experimental filmmakers, and, therefore, eligibility criteria are deliberately kept open.