Cornell Cinema is honored to host internationally acclaimed local experimental filmmaker Vincent Grenier for a career-overview screening of his poetic film and video work. He will be the recipient of the 2019 Stan Brakhage Vision Award at the Denver Film Festival, an honor held by such masters of the avant-garde as Barbara Hammer, Carolee Scheemann, P. Adams Sitney, and George Kuchar.
We are extremely pleased to present a special screening of a selection of 8mm films by filmmaker Marjorie Keller (1950-1994) in collaboration with the Film-makers Cooperative. The program features six of the artist’s films and spans nearly a decade and a half, from 1969-1983.
Designed Reminiscence Vol.2 is the second event in a larger screening series that explores concepts of family, home and memory. These particular words evoke a different meaning in each individual, however they also remain an intimate reality of our collective conscioussness. By focusing on these essential components of the human experience, Designed Reminiscence hopes to highlight a common experiential thread while celebrating the unique personal vision of each filmmaker.
Frame & Frequency is an ongoing International Video Art Screening Series presented by VisArts that highlights artists whose new media, experimental film, and video works explore contemporary visual culture, and presents an intimate panorama of the variety and breadth of video art in artistic practice today
Video, sound art (up to 8 channels), film, and new media work will be accepted: experimental, documentary, animation, narrative, non-narrative, multimedia, virtual reality, augmented reality, net art, interactive media, etc.
We are excited to announce the seventh edition of Transient Visions: Festival of the Moving Image, which will take place on October 18 & 19, 2019 at the Spool Contemporary Art Space, an artist-run alternative space in Johnson City, NY. We now look for submissions of short films and videos (less than 20 min.) produced in 2018 or 2019, from emerging and established artists/filmmakers across the globe.
The 4th Edition of the Working Title Film Festival will be held in Vicenza (Italy) from the 1st to the 5th October 2019.
The aim of the Festival is to encourage, through cinema and audiovisual arts and expressions, a reflection on the issues related to Work, especially in the contemporary society, and on the relevant political and social context. The Working Title Film Festival intends to read through a contemporary viewpoint the current patterns and conditions of the world of work, focusing not only on its negative perspective, on precariousness, fragmentation and reduced workers’ protection and rights, but also on its creative possibilities. Moreover, the festival aims at giving visibility to audiovisual artworks that are not mainstream and do not belong to the official distribution network, and to the emerging cinema, thus creating a dialogue between independent filmmakers and the audience.
On April 12th, 14th, and 15th, ten of Madison Brookshire's films will be presented at Mono No Aware, Anthology Film Archives, and Microscope Gallery. Madison Brookshire will be in attendance at all three screenings, including a Q+A at the Anthology screening and a live performance of his solo piece "FOUNTAIN" at Microscope Gallery. Several films include live musical performances from LCollective.
4/12 at MONO NO AWARE, 8pm + 4/14 at Anthology Film Archives, 7:30pm + 4/15 at Microscope Gallery, 7:30pm