Cinematic Ceremony about Love, Death and Revolution, a new work by Nazaré Soares. The audiovisual work fine-tunes perceptions of Earth and humankind’s disjointed and entangled processes; Nazare Soares in collaboration with Ada Hoel have created the audio-visual composition by translating traces found on used shooting targets. This premiere screening encompasses surround sound live scores composed by sound artist Ada Hoel in collaboration with Andreas Elvenes and will be performed live by Michael Francis Duch, Andreas Elvenes, Ada Hoel, Linnea Jansson and Nazare Soares. The event is composed in four acts; silver, golden, bronze and Iron.
Chris Welsby has been making and exhibiting work since 1969. His films and film/video installations have been exhijbited internationally, at major galleries such as the Tate and Hayward galleries in London, the Musée du Louvre and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.
Found Footage Magazine is an independent semi-annual publication distributed worldwide, offering theoretical, analytical and informative contents related to found footage filmmaking. Found Footage Magazine accommodates a selection of articles and sections aimed at promoting the culture of recycled cinema from different approaches: monographs, academic essays, interviews, opinion pieces, film reviews, film festival reports and profiles of media products related to the eclectic universe of found footage film-making.
Gregory J. Markopoulos (1928-92) was one of the most original filmmakers to emerge in post-war American cinema. His films, which encompass mythic themes, portraiture and studies of landscape and architecture, are celebrated for their extraordinary creativity, the sensuous use of colour and innovations in cinematic form. By employing complex editing techniques and spontaneous in-camera superimposition, he sought to unlock the mystery and energy contained within the single frame. As a contemporary of Maya Deren, Kenneth Anger and Jonas Mekas, Markopoulos was amongst those at the forefront of a movement that liberated cinema as an artistic mode of expression. Having made his first 16mm film (Psyche) as a student in 1947, he went on to produce several key works of the New American Cinema such as Twice a Man (1963) and The Illiac Passion (1964-67).