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MONDAY, NOVEMBRE 21
  • 14:00
  • 16:00
  • 18:00
  • 20:00
 
[SCREENING]
14:00 | CINEMA 2

RELATIONS

Matti HARJU : Afrikka | Exp. fiction | 16mm | color | 00:09:03 | Finland / Royaume Uni | 2011 [+]
Christine MOLLOY, Joe LAWLOR : Tiong Bahru | Exp. fiction | hdv | color | 00:20:33 | Ireland / Singapur | 2010 [+]
Bea DE VISSER : Chairs Missing | Exp. fiction | hdv | color | 00:18:00 | The Netherlands | 2011 [+]
Johan GRIMONPREZ : I may have lost forever my Umbrella | Video | hdcam, iphone cam | color | 00:02:54 | Belgium | 2011 [+]
Vivian OSTROVSKY : Wherever was never | Video | super 8 | color | 00:06:00 | France / USA | 2011 [+]
Giulio SQUILLACCIOTTI : Zimmerreise | Fiction | super 8 | color | 00:02:30 | Italy / Austria | 2010 [+]
Gaetano LIBERTI : Storm | Exp. fiction | hdv | color | 00:20:14 | Italy | 2011 [+]
Théodora BARAT : Or anything at all except the dark pavement | Video | hdv | color | 00:05:00 | France | 2011 [+]
Sarah VANAGT : The Corridor | Documentary | hdcam | color | 00:06:45 | Belgium / United Kingdom | 2010 [+]

© Christine MOLLOY, Joe LAWLOR
 
 
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[SCREENING]
16:00 | CINEMA 2

SOCIAL TECHNIQUES

zitrone : MyStreet | Documentary | dv | color | 00:12:29 | Austria / United Kingdom | 2010 [+]
Alain DECLERCQ, Jeanne SUSPLUGAS : Protection civile | Video | hdv | color | 00:15:44 | France / Switzerland | 2011 [+]
Pascal GRANDMAISON : Light my fiction | Video | hdv | color | 00:27:35 | Canada | 2010 [+]
Peter DOWNSBROUGH : ET[ | Video | hdv | black and white | 00:09:11 | Belgium / USA | 2008 [+]
George DRIVAS : Sequence Error | Exp. fiction | hdv | color | 00:11:00 | Greece | 2011 [+]

© pascal GRANDMAISON
 
 
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[SCREENING]
18:00 | CINEMA 2

FOCUS ON NEW ZEALAND
"PEOPLE'S TELEVISION"


In the presence of Laura Preston, curator at the Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington.

Jim ALLEN : News | Performance documentation | color | dv | 00:14:00 | New Zealand | 1976/2009
Rebecca HOBBS : 246 metre bridge | Video | color | 00:02:45 | Australia , New Zealand | 2010
Gray NICOL : Getting to Know You | Video | black and white | 00:12:00 | New Zealand | 1977
Joanna Margaret PAUL : Jillian Dressing/Aberharts House | Film expérimental | black and white | super8, dv | 00:05:30 | New Zealand | 1976
Sriwhana SPONG : Muttnick | Experimental film | color | super8, dv | 00:04:00 | New Zealand | 2005
Darcy LANGE : Ruatoria Part 2 - Shearing Pekama (excerpt) | Video | black and white | umatic, dv | 00:09:00 | New Zealand | 1974
Gavin HIPKINS : This Fine Island (preview) | Experimental film | color | 16mm, dv | 00:12:00 | New Zealand | 2012
Peter WAREING : Not Everybody Can Do Everything (excerpt) | Documentary | color | dv | 00:12:00 | New Zealand, USA | 1996-2011
Alex MONTEITH : 2.5km mono action for a mirage | Experimental film | color | 35mm, dv | 00:03:30 | New Zealand | 2011

© Alex MONTEITH

In 1985 videographer/artist Darcy Lange asked "Are there ways for the camera to record without stripping people of their spirit, without sloganising, without replacing a deep sense of community by a shallow voyeurism?
Lange's statement was a rallying cry for those seeking deeper filmic representations of people and place. Twenty-five years later, this screening reflects on recent and historical moving image work made by artists from Aotearoa New Zealand. While some works share Lange's strident sensibilities, others celebrate the possibilities afforded through the mechanics of filmic construction.
People's Television draws together these different perspectives to reinstate the democratic impetus of moving image broadcast.
Television is synonymous with one's home space; the living room. "Home"? is a real-time experience, a utopia state and a place to return to. Many of the works in People's Television capture an idea of home; a place contained by its rhymicity, periodicity and its relationship to an external environment or architectural enclosure. Whether using the tools of filmic construction or documentary realism, People's Television tests the possibility for bringing the moving image closer to home.

Including works by Joanna Margaret Paul, Alex Monteith, Sriwhana Spong, Jim Allen, Peter Wareing, Rebecca Hobbs and Gavin Hipkins.

Curated by Laura Preston and Mark Williams.
Presented by Laura Preston

Laura Preston is curator and art writer, she is currently curator at the Adam Arts Gallery in Wellington. Williams is formerly Exhibitions Manager at the New Zealand Film Archive (2010), he is the founding director of CIRCUIT Artists Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand.

Acknowledgement:

 
 
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[SCREENING]
20:00 | CINEMA 2

OUR COUNTRY DOES NOT EXIST

Libia CASTRO, Ólafur ÓLAFSSON : Your country doesn't exist | Video | hdv | color | 00:06:00 | Spain, Islande / Italy | 2011 [+]
Akosua Adoma OWUSU : Drexciya | Video | dvcam | color | 00:11:30 | USA / Ghana | 2010 [+]
Christian BARANI : My Dubaï Life | Exp. documentary | hdv | color | 1:00:00 | France / Dubaï | 2011 [+]

© Christian BARANI
 
 
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