Emma Rozanski’s video installation ‘A New Kind of Ray’ will screen at the No Flash Video Show - MAY 3-4 - New Jersey - FREE EVENT
Dedicated to showcasing ambitious new works by emerging filmmakers and time-based artists, NOFLASH 2019 will feature 29 works from 11 countries, in three avant-garde short film programs – Corporeal Considerations, Autobios & Animations, and Pensive Portraiture – as well as a popup video art exhibition, and a reception with performances. Reserve your free tickets and learn more at NOFLASHvideo.org. Sponsored by the Rutgers Filmmaking Center and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University.
This video installation was originally created during Rozanski’s artist residency at Chicago’s International Museum of Surgical Science and exhibited there in her solo exhibition in November 2018. It features narration by Darryl Foster.
BHFF PRESENTS: MARTA HERNAIZ PIDAL
The BHFF / Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival is proud to present a Q&A with Marta Hernaiz Pidal as part of the sixteenth annual festival! On Thursday, April 11, Hernaiz Pidal joins us following the 8:45pm screening of her film The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić, a moving drama that seamlessly blurs fiction and documentary in chronicling the life of a single mother whose young child is diagnosed with autism. See the trailer here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKywSInsN9w
Marta Hernaiz Pidal is a Mexican filmmaker with a degree in film and television, and a master’s degree in fine arts with a specialty in film direction obtained at the film.factory school in Sarajevo, which was founded by the renowned Hungarian director Béla Tarr. In 2016, her short film Dobro was part of the official selection of Cannes Film Festival in the Cinefondátion section. Her first feature film, The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić saw its world premiere at the Berlinale Forum 2018.
Tickets to The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić and Q&A with Hernaiz Pidal are on sale now!
In Hernaiz Pidal’s The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić, Nada is a dedicated single mother, disaffected with her tumultuous domestic life yet unable to piece together a plan to change it. After Nada finds out her daughter is on the autistic spectrum, together they embark on a journey through the Balkans in search of peace with the past, and acceptance of new realities. On their long drive through the foggy, rainy countryside, and away from the chaos of home, perhaps they can form new bonds, and learn new ways to communicate with one another. The BHFF invites you to join us for this special presentation and Q&A with Hernaiz Pidal on Thursday, April 11, at 8:45pm!
Bianca Lucas presented a screening of her work in New Orleans on Sunday 31 March 2019. This was a chance to catch up with her oldest, newest and prospective work and, within that context, talk about ghosts with an attending Cajun healer.
The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić (Writer/Director Marta Hernaiz Pidal) has won the Jury Prize at the @Festival International de Films de Femmes, one of the oldest and most important festivals for women filmmakers!
Here were the comments from the jury:
« Comme des chasseurs d’éclairs, on attend un moment où l’on peut se retrouver à contempler le spectacle que peut nous donner à voir une tornade, à se passionner pour des objets pris à l’intérieur, se dire qu’on ne les avait jamais vus comme ce...
" like lightning hunters, we're waiting for a moment where we can find ourselves to contemplate the show that can give us to see a tornado, to is for objects taken inside, to say that we've never seen them Like this before. This is what we offer the chaotic life of nada kadic, by a whole singular look... " - Fiction Jury
Congratulations Marta and the team!
Our Emma Rozanski’s dance-video installation ‘On the Motion of the Heart and the Blood’ will be exhibited in Chicago next week (4/8 - 4/14) as part of the Roman Susan Gallery’s STREETLIGHT series at Wedge Projects (Howard Street).
The work will be projected in the window of the gallery 24/7 during the week 4/8 - 4/14 , along with a piece by Tracy Miller-Robbins - so put on your spring walking shoes and take a stroll on by Chicago (it’ll be visible from the street).
ON THE MOTION OF THE HEART AND THE BLOOD was originally made during Rozanski’s Artist Residency at Chicago’s International Museum of Surgical Science in 2018. The piece was also photographed by @Bistrik7 ‘s Gonzalo Escobar Mora, and performed by Sienna Broglie and Steveie Stevens of SAIC.
No Festival Required - Emma Rozanski’s short film THE STORYMAKER screens on Sunday March 17th, 2019
A collection of short films screening this weekend at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, UK
Selected Shorts 2019
Curated By Steve Weiss
Sunday March 17, 2019 1 pm (doors at 12:30)
SCOTTSDALE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
7380 EAST SECOND STREET
SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85251
Box Office: 480-499-8587
Local, national and international filmmakers contribute their work to No Festival Required’s traditionally un-traditional selection of experimental art, animation, documentary and social justice short subjects. Subject matters include a Vietnam-era fear campaign, desert farming, a wanted haircut, judo empowerment for the blind, a writer’s night fears and PARADE-The Absolute End Of The World, a 14 minute and almost eight year animation project by the recently passed Arizona artist and ASU graduate Steve Gompf.
#CelebraElCineLatino Hoy estrenamos el corto Pool Version de Gonzalo Escobar Mora. Con esta película inauguramos un especial con una muestra de obras latinoamericanas que fueron producidas en la escuela del director húngaro Béla Tarr en el marco de su proyecto académico film.factory de la Sarajevo Film Academy.
View the film / 💥Vean la película aquí https://www.retinalatina.org/video/pool-version/
Read a Review of the film / 💥Lean la reseña de Pool version aquí https://www.retinalatina.org/pool-version-gonzalo-escobar-…/
On Monday 25th Feb at the lovely and quaint cinema The Nightingale, Emma Rozanski's striking and weird debut feature film PAPAGAJKA (accompanied by two lovely shorts by up and coming directors) screened to a full room, followed by a robust and interesting Q&A with the director following the screening - @NightCine http://nightingalecinema.org/ #SupportIndieFilm #womeninfilm
This week, Emma Rozanski’s short film PANGAEA, screens as part of the Sharjah Film Platform (SFP), a week of live film screenings, talks and workshops held by the Sharjah Art Foundation. Our Marta Hernaiz Pidal was the cinematographer on the film and it was shot in Sarajevo on location among the striking brutalist architecture of Sarajevo’s main TV station.
Festival website and programme: http://sharjahart.org/sharjah-art-foundation/programme/sharjah-film-platform
Congratulations to Gonzalo Escobar Mora who recently received a ‘Make a Wave’ grant for artists from 3Arts Chicago. Make a Wave is a groundbreaking artist-to-artist giving program that erases the traditional gatekeeper by inviting each of the previous year’s 3Arts Award recipients to select another artist to receive a surprise $1,000 grant—in effect sending a wave through Chicago’s brilliant cultural core.
A curated program of short films by Bistrik7 filmmakers will be screened in Bourges, France on 17th November 2018, at 6pm, as part of this year’s Bandits Mages -Unstable reality and shifting knowledges. Mending the Fabric of the World -
Link to info: http://rencontres2018.bandits-mages.com/carte-blanche/
This is the most wonderful list of films:
Namsuk Kim - Self Portrait 4m
Marta Hernaiz Pidal - Spoon 4m
Bianca Lucas - Bogeyman 23m
Emma Rozanski - Pangaea 8m
Patrick Marshall - A Letter to John Fitzgerald Kennedy Concerning Outer Space, Assassinations, and the Cosmic Universal Cinema 9m
Pilar Palomero - Horta 15m
Andre Gil Mata - Num Globo De Neve 9m
Gonzalo Escobar Mora - Pool Version 20m
Marta Hernaiz Pidal - Cycle 8m
Manel Raga - Manel Lives In Sarajevo 5m
(and here is a full program of events - lots of exciting stuff to see)
Kudos to Aleksandra Niemczyk & Graeme Cole for curating the program.
Kicking off in Chicago (USA) in November is Emma Rozanski’s solo video art and mixed media exhibition at the International Museum of Surgical Science.
The opening reception is on Friday 2nd November 5.30pm to 7.30pm and is free to attend and drinks will be provided. After that, the exhibition will run until December 2nd 2018. She’s created four new experimental video pieces (including dance, animation and shadow puppetry), a sound installation and a few text-based mixed-media pieces - everything is inspired by and created using the Museum’s vast collection.
Emma will also be conducting a workshop at the Museum on Sunday 11th November called ‘The Poetry of Movement’ - a workshop for self-expression through abstract dance - no dance or performance experience required!
Exciting things all ‘round!
Aleksnadra’s long-form artist’s moving image work, Baba Vanga, screened as a multi-channel installation at gallery of Bandits-Mages in Bourges, France in September 2018. This special event projection was the inauguration of her artist residency for her next film project - supported by EMAP#EMARE European Media and Art Program founded by European Commission. The residency commenced on 1st October 2018 and will culminate in a new moving image work. Stay tuned!
Stefan Malešević has been busy with two films - his upcoming debut feature film, MAMONGA, was presented at the Karlovy Vary Works in Progress:
Premiering in the Korean section of DMZ Docs, Namsuk Kim's intriguing new film, ‘12 and 24’ has begun its festival journey. Stay tuned for updates!
Screening details and a trailer here: http://dmzdocs.com/en/archives/program/12-하고-24#
As of today, the wonderful new USA-based streaming site, Seed and Spark (who are also a great crowdfunding platform for films with a unique twist on this service), have our Emma Rozanki’s (@aparticularfilm) debut feature film, Papagajka (The Parrot) available to watch online.
Their platform is very inclusive as they offer a pay what you can model, so they are accessible for those with lower incomes. So we’re very happy that Rozanki’s film is now in their online catalogue for an ever-growing audience to watch.
WATCH THE FILM HERE: https://www.seedandspark.com/watch/papagajka
Every viewing the film gets supports the filmmaker and will help her continue to make films!
Gonzalo Escobar's short film, Pool Version, is now available on the Tao-films platform. Other works from Bistrik7 filmmakers are also available at this platform.
Go forth, watch, and thank you for the support!!