Join us at e-flux Screening Room on Tuesday, June 28, 7pm for a screening of recent films by Masha Godovannaya, introduced in person by Godovannaya and followed by a conversation between her and film scholar Maria Vinogradova (NYU Jordan Center).
The International Videoart Festival CUVO launches a new open call for his seventh edition titled “[An]Ecstasy”. This year we want to ponder about the abscence of pain in which philosopher Byung-Chul Han has called paliative societies.
We are open to any creation regardles of format, technique or genre. We'll select eight of the most groundbreaking videoart works that will shape the travelling exhibition of the festival along 2023.
Following on from last year’s Gaze. Play. Dream retrospective on Ibero-American experimental cinema, we are pleased to announce two programmes of experimental short films as part of our bigger view into the non-fiction, new narrative cinema. This programme will question the barriers ahead of humans, as a race, to reach a new era.
Move Screen! Process Cinema! is a series of screening events that examine the forms and settings of cinematic projection. We will explore the variable use of the screen(s) and projector(s), the expression of film materiality, and the practice of photochemistry. We celebrate small film poems, hand-made films, experimentation in analog and digital practices, installation, live performance, and the kinds of miraculous moments that almost elude us and yet because of cinema, reappear.
OPEN CALL BIDFF #8 – SHORT DANCE FILMS (UN)SAFE ZONES
Deadlines → Regular: June 24th 2022 → Late: July 15th 2022
All applicants will be informed about the outcome of their submission by August 1st 2022. Filmmakers, dance artists, animators, visual artists and digital art makers are invited to submit their works for the International and Romanian Short Film Competitions of BIDFF – Bucharest International Dance Film Festival.
Microscope presents an evening with Andrew Lampert including “Other Means” (2014) and “Swan Silvertones for Two Roberts: Haller & Fenz,” (2022) as part of our series of imageless film performances taking place in connection and collaboration with the “Imageless Films” series at Anthology Film Archives.