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Théâtre des Chartreux
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PROGRAM MOVEMENT 12
July 12, 21h & July 14, 16h
Théâtre des Chartreux 105, avenue des Chartreux / 13004 Marseille tel. 33 4 91 50 18 90
films - 81mn
Ceci n’est pas un rêve
4mn46 color stereo 2011 South Korea
by Shon Kim
"What is the virtuality?" In the situation the boundary between the actuality and the virtuality is currently being collapsed, traditional essentialism focusing on actuality is experimentally reconstituted by reversal logic based on Rene Magritte’s surrealistic painting, "Ceci n'est pas une pipe (This is not a pipe)".
4mn30 color sil 2011 USA
by Neil Needleman
Autumn is a particularly enthralling time of year for my eyes. The sky can be deep blue one day and cool, hazy gray the next. On any given day, the trees can range in color from blazing orange to deep crimson to bright green to screaming yellow. I’ve attempted to include all those colors in this video, as well as quivering rhythms that flow over branches and leaves like a soft autumn wind.
17mn30 color stereo 2012 France
by Philippe Cote
Portrait of the family garden located in an urban area, the one near the house in Caen (Normandy)... my youth's Garden where still reigns a scholarly gardener.
12mn color stereo 2012 France
by Augustin Gimel & Brigitte Perroto
Videography of disappeared countries and their ghost frontiers. Journey along lines erased from the suface of earth, reminiscences of a forgotten geography. Atlas of obsolete states, kingdoms, empires, sultanates, republics.
production : Centre de rotation / Gyroscope
8mn05 color stereo 2010 France
by Mounir Fatmi
"Archi sickness" presents a fragmented view of the body in relation to the architecture of big cities. Since 2009, Mounir Fatmi extracts scenes from the American detective series. These shots, of barely a few seconds of tremendous violence, show parts of the dead body and the architecture of the city.
distribution : HEURE EXQUISE !
Un petit tour, 2 petites tours (et puis s'en vont)
5mn31 color & b/w stereo 2011 France
by Emmanuelle Glon
In "Paris à l'heure de New York", released in 1969 for ORTF, Jacques Sallebert interviewed the director of Foreign Affairs at Port Authority of New York, about the "biggest international center of the world".
Red Green Totem
3mn25 color stereo 2012 Republic of Ireland
"Red Green Totem" is experimental visual music. Using 70’s technologies, simple tones, buzzes and glitches were transformed into visual representations, in the Experimental Television Studio NY, and re-sequenced to create a new audio visual composition.
6mn color stereo 2011 China
by Yuk-Yiu IP
Shot over a three-month period, "PANIC ROOM" documents a small Tokyo apartment before and after the East Japan earthquake and the ensuing nuclear outbreak in 2011. The ordinary apartment, a seemingly uneventful domestic space, suddenly becomes a mirror of both a collapsing physical reality and a shaken personal state, creating an intertwining parallel between the external and the psychological that reflects the panicking times of the great catastrophe.
12mn b/w sil 2012 France
by Quentin Brière Bordier
A day at the "Foire du trone" of Paris. Machinery, bodies, movements. Ambulatory quest of images where the mechanical kinetics of the amusement park and people who experience it reveals a metaphor for life and death.
6mn10 color sil 2011 USA
by Neil Needleman
A breathless and intense flickering video that features an array of geometric abstract visuals. The seething and pulsating motion in this video is actually "implied animation", the result of totally static images colliding and overlapping in the hyperactive editing. Caveat: Hold onto your eyeballs. This video will, no doubt, be a challenging viewing experience for many people.