After last year's success, the Moving Image Society is hosting its second "Save the Archives" benefit festival! In line with our ongoing programming efforts, we want to provoke discussion about the place of analog media and its preservation in a digital world. We invite submissions of works made on or using "obsolete media" (analog video, small-gauge celluloid film like 8mm and 16mm), found footage works made with any media, and any films that are about or related to archives, preservation, restoration, or provenance.
deranged presents the closing of Jean Genet's Eternal Smile (6) - Designed Reminiscence Vol.2
Designed Reminiscence Vol.2 is the second event in a larger screening series of the same name. The program includes films and videos - from the world over - that explore concepts of family, home and memory. By focusing on these essential components of the human experience, Designed Reminiscence attempts to bridge the geographic and cultural realities that inspire our persons and our images.
The Stuttgarter Filmwinter-Festival for Expanded Media seeks for current positions in the fields of short and experimental films, installations, network culture, AV performances and live-acts. The festival offers a plattform for film and media art in discourse and practice.
We are looking forward to inspiring meetings, intensive exchange, new and old discoveries.
Synesthesia is pleased to present Imaging Her Diaspora, a screening curated by Morrison Gong. Imaging Her Diaspora presents a selection of films and videos made by women filmmakers that revolves around ethnography, nostalgia, and personal memories.
Featuring works by Lana Lin, Laure Hocine, Lili White, Caroline Key, Eva Lia Pedriglieri, Utsa Hazarika
The UMW Media Wall is now accepting submissions (videos and generative programs) for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Wall is a unique public exhibition space for moving image art. Visit umwmediawall.com for relevant technical specs and additional details.
The first weekend of June Cinematek celebrates the combat of women, female artists and filmmakers, feminists and their commitment. A weekend focus on female pioneers who have brought new representations of women to the screen, made the camera a weapon for emancipation and have innovated film language: From Les Insoumuses, Carole Roussopoulos & Delphine Seyrig, to Barbara Hammer, and Carolee Schneemann. Four screenings that are remarkably intertwined.
De Sábado, Junio 1, 2019 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Junio 2, 2019 (Todo el día)