Anton Petersen has bee selected to receive fund from the Faroe Islands National Film Fund for his new feature project, and will be filming this upcoming fall in the Faroes.
STEFAN MALEŠEVIĆ's feature-length documentary, GORA, will be screened at the BelDocs festival in Belgrade in May.
Stefan is also developing his next two documentary projects - 'Gone with the Southern Wind', about the rise and fall of the most popular Yugoslav band, called the Southern Wind (Južni Vetar) - and a film about the peculiar Bektashi Islamic sect in Macedonia and Albania.
The video was made in collaboration with the Klub during his artistic residency in April-May 2016, and is inspired by the club's specific history and the culture of the Kino Klubs of the region of the former Yugoslavia in general.
A selection of films made by the students of the Institute's roaming art school, Unfound Peoples Videotechnic, will also play.
Aleksandra Niemczyk has an exhibition of her latest paintings in Oslo:
from 24th of March, Gallery Ramfjord
Pilar Palomero's film, The Night of all things, will we playing in the following festivals (in march and april):
Lucca Film Festival (Italy)
Philosophical Film Festival (Macedonia)
부산국제단편영화제 Busan International Short Film Festival (Corea)
Euregion Shorts (Netherlands)
watch the trailer:
Gonzalo Escobar Mora's short film (a Bosnian/Colombian co-production) POOL VERSION screens this week in South America's oldest film festival, FICCI, in Cartagena Colombia.
Info and screenings: https://tinyurl.com/zr4ycur
The festival is also paying tribute to one of our film.factory teachers/mentors, Apichatpong Weerasethakul (http://www.kickthemachine.com): http://ficcifestival.com/pelicula.php?p=XG3C6fwmZmJn9egB1nwASvgCXG3C6fwm
Watch CENTAUR by Aleksandra Niemczyk online on TAO FILMSRead More
TOKYO WONDER SITE HONGO:
3rd December at 16.00.
EVENT: Epizoda ? at L'Alternativa, 23rd Barcelona Independent Film Festival
PROGRAM: Shorts 3
WHERE: Auditorium, CCCB, Carrer de Montalegre, 5, 08001 Barcelona
WHEN: Thursday, 17th November 2016, 19.15; Sunday, 20th November 2016, 16.45
COST: Enquire at venue.
NOTES: Mr Cole will be present for the first screening.
Mr Cole was invited to complete a carte blance of films meeting the festival's themes, so his own movie will be complemented by Kaori Oda's Thus A Noise Speaks and Ghazi Alqudcy's My Parents Are Animals - made by fellow Bistrik 7 filmmakers, albeit before their film.factory days.
This week, Andre Gil Mata's 'How I Fell in Love with Eva Ras' screens at DocLisboa and he will be there for Q&A's. If you're in town go and see it and say hi!
In October, Gonzalo Escobar Mora presents his video installation 'de-formas' during the arts and music festival, Pa Ke No Toke Lo Peor, in Bogotá Colombia.
Artist's Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/gonzaloescobarmora
Andre Gil Mata's feature film 'How I fell in love with Eva Ras' (KAKO SAM SE ZALJUBIO U EVU RAS) will have its South American Premiere at the Mostra Internacional de Cinema em São Paulo
Production Company: http://www.crim-productions.com/fiction/kako-sam-se-zaljubio-u-evu-ras/
DOBRO, Marta Hernaiz-Pidal's short film will be shown on the 24 and 25 of October at Morelia Film Festival, one of the most recognized film festivals in México.
Marta will also present a preview 'work in progress' of her debut feature film, 'The Chaotic life of Nada', as part of Impulso Morelia, which aims to find completion funds for projects in post-production: http://moreliafilmfest.com/resultados-de-impulso-morelia-2…/
Marta Hernaiz-Pidal's short film DOBRO had its USA premiere at New York Film Festival in October as part of the Emerging Filmmakers Showcase, this narrative program features seven unique films from seven countries in six different languages.
DOBRO is also part of the official competition at Film Femmes Mediterranean in MARSEILLE http://www.films-femmes-med.org/
And is in oficial selection of Festival du Court Métrage Méditerranéen: http://www.ccm.ma/14fcmmt/programtg4.html
In conclusion of an artist residency that Graeme Cole has undertaken at Kino Klub Split over the summer, there will be a screening of coursework completed by his students at the Unfound Peoples Videotechnic - a roaming absurdist video academy established as part of the project.
Mr Cole will also present the work-in-progress of his new, untitled video work, inspired by the Kino Klub movement of the region of the former Yugoslavia.