Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival is a pioneering showcase of avant-garde and experimental cinema in Turkey. Our goal is to bring the best in contemporary experimental cinema from around the world to live audiences in Istanbul. Our festival aims to advance artistic expression while creating a genuine networking platform for practitioners, film enthusiasts, and industry talent.
Atrabilious Experimental Filmfest (5th ed.) will take place again at Filmhuis Cavia, Amsterdam!
Atrabilious has in a short time, managed to establish as an vanguard of new and established experimental filmmakers and video artists. Atrabilious is a showcase festival with more than 21 artist and 70 films over an duration of two days. For the 5th edition, the focus will be ‘living in time in turmoil’, the program is curated by artist Ronald Bijleveld.
Saturday, March 30, 2019 - 20:30 to Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 22:00
Vancouver artist Judy Radul presents Michael Snow’s Standard Time (1967) and La région centrale (1971), along with a recorded discussion between her and Snow, as part of the launch of the new location of Catriona Jeffries Gallery. Its inaugural exhibition on Cordova Street is structured as an Unexplained Parade, with each gallery artist inviting a companion artist to exhibit work. Radul’s invitation was to Snow, who has worked for decades at the leading edge of experimental film and visual art.
The Image Forum Festival is a festival of moving image art that brings together for screening works with a high degree of expression, artistry, and creativity. We are seeking submissions from the East Asian region, including China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan, for works to be included in the East Asian Experimental Competition.
In 1967, Larry Gottheim started the Cinema Department at Binghamton University which was the first regular undergraduate program that dealt with cinema as a personal art. Considering the theme of nature in art and functions of racial, cultural and personal identity, Gottheim’s practice explores the ways in which time, movement, and becoming are bound up in a complex relation between formal cinematic patterns and pro-filmic subjects.
Thursday, March 14, 2019 (All day) to Saturday, March 16, 2019 (All day)
The London Film-Makers' Co-operative (LFMC) was founded in October 1966, and soon grew from its beginnings as a film-viewing group to become one of the major centres of a worldwide network of avant-garde film culture. In contrast to similar co-operative endeavours, the LFMC's activity was not limited to distribution – within a few years it was also running a regular program in its own cinema and, most notably, it democratized the means of production by establishing a film workshop that enabled filmmakers to control every stage of the creative process.
Thursday, March 14, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, March 17, 2019 (All day)