AS YOU SEE by Jayne Wilson
A simple but oblique look at the illusory nature of television.
As a multitude of mesmerising televisual images race pas our eyes, there is a simple, but simultaneously baffling, explanation to the technology that brought moving images to your screens. As You See takes us on a curious and intoxicating journey into the illusory nature of television, and the fault in our eyes that makes it possible.
Mona by Alexis Barbosa
Gary, a robotics engineer, has developed a domestic android named Mona. He brings the humanoid robot home to carry out some tests. How will Gary ‘s wife Marie react?
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[ The Secret ] by [ RED BIND – Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman ]
“Silence is the most powerful scream”
[THE SECRET] was screened in world premiere
at DL8 | The Berlin International Directors Lounge
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Uso Justo by Coleman Miller
“Coleman Miller is destined for admiration and great poverty.”
– Isabella Rossellini
“It put a bouquet of flowers on the concept of the experimental film.”
– Ed Ruscha
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The Heart of the World by Guy Maddin
A scientist chooses a wealthy man over her two lovers but must heal the earth’s core to save humanity.
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The Funeral Director by Ed Carter
A funeral director searches for purpose in a job that consistently incapacitates him with grief.
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… all that passed by Stuart Pound
A fragment taken from an well known Science Fiction film is prematurely
aged to a time when there was no film sound other than piano accompaniment.
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Black Rectangle by Rhayne Vermette
“Time has not been kind to Kasimir Malevich’s painting, Black Square. In 1915 when the work was first displayed the surface of the square was pristine and pure; now the black paint has cracked revealing the white ground like mortar in crazy paving.”
This film documents a tedious process of dismantling and reassembling 16 mm found footage. The film collage imitates functions of a curtain, while the recorded optical track describes the film’s subsequent destruction during its first projection.
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Toe Jam, directed by Keith Schofield
The most fun you can have with your censor bars on.
Music by the BPA ( The Brighton Port Authority) featuring David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal.
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UDON by Usaginingen (Klaus Dinger + JAPANDORF)
Krautrock pioneer Klaus Dinger sadly passed away in 2008, but we haven’t heard the last of the former Kraftwerk member/Neu! co-founder/La Düsseldorf leader. In his later years, Dinger worked on a collaborative project under his La Düsseldorf banner that spawned the album Japandorf. Continue reading “UDON by Usaginingen (Klaus Dinger + JAPANDORF)”