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PROGRAM PERCEPTION 12
July 12, 17h30 & July 14, 19h30
Théâtre des Chartreux 105, avenue des Chartreux / 13004 Marseille tel. 33 4 91 50 18 90
films - 68mn
6mn02 b/w stereo 2010 Germany
by Louis Fried
Shots of a funfair, partly filmed through the bald trees of a park nearby, create an alien atmosphere. The strangeness gets amplified, as the film material itself was worked on and by means of scratches, dust and limescales an own additional level was created.
production : HfbK - Hamburg, Academy of Fine Arts
distribution : HfbK - Hamburg, Academy of Fine Arts
[ THE SECRET ]
3mn18 b/w stereo 2011 France
by Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman
[THE SECRET] is a "patchwork" video, made from images taken from a wandering, of childhood memories and of repetitive actions’ still shots.
This video is simply the filming of an experiment without any description, narration or readability at first.
Haikus for Karaoke
4mn29 color & b/w stereo 2011 Canada
by Roberto Santaguida
Haikus fashioned from found karaoke videos.
Repetition in action time
3mn40 color stereo 2011 Egypt
by Ahmed Mahmoud
Since the beginning of the Egyptian revolution, which is not over yet, repeat of the scenes and actions and demands in different ways suggest to you that the scenes are repeated, and acts similar to the chosen scene is composed of fine-conversation is about an act of revolution in the case of repeated systematic and careful with the small increase in the course of the event and we find it in the last minute, and this has turned into two minutes and the same actions but at the same time periods.
Miss Candace Hilligoss' flickering halo
13mn45 b/w stereo 2011 Italy
by Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core
The beginning is another movie, an american noir of the early 60s: gutted and disemboweled, tortured and "detourned" images organize themselves into precarious and evolving structures, intertwined in multiples and twisted plots in a state of permanent collapse. The aim is to incite the explosion of a closed system through a dispositive of audiovisual implosions. Forget what you see while you are actually watching it, and soak in a vibrating, optical ancestry. A scream without a reason.
10mn45 color stereo 2012 Canada
by Isabelle Hayeur
Recent technological changes have transformed natural and rural environments, to the point of
producing uniform, ever-more polluted environments in their stead. Uprooted probes these territories fashioned by man, deciphering in them his relationship to his environment, thereby questioning his ways of being. Critical of environmental and urban developments, this video explores the peripheries of some North American cities, strangely alike from one to the next, in that none of them feels like
somewhere. Their excessively wide spaces, standardized and shapeless, generate a sense of uneasiness. Urban upheavals can turn the most familiar locale into an unrecognizable, anonymous, even forbidding place. On this blank slate, local memory is forever erased.
distribution : Groupe Intervention Vidéo
6mn18 color stereo 2011 Italy
by Salvatore Insana
Symbiosis between human flesh and plastic, playing an original manual for analien(ate) soul broken up in pieces and then recomposed by feeding of images and body actions.
4mn b/w stereo 2011 Israel
by Shosh Grosz
Sunflower fields in their bloom, like society in "utopia". When the evil and destruction come all the fear, suffering grows up and rules the world that is going to ruin.
3mn color stereo 2011 Sweden
by Anders Weberg
"Emptiness", filmed with a mobile phone (Nokia N8) 2011/10/03. A sense of generalized boredom, social alienation and apathy.
1mn color stereo 2010 Germany
by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
"Trauma" turns the inside out, it vizualizes the internal traces of violence, grief, rage and helplessness.
Ma vie mon oeil
1mn23 color & b/w stereo 2011 France
by Carole Thibaud
Phone Call in Noir
2mn44 b/w sil 2010 USA
by Jeremy Newman
"Phone Call in Noir" is a three-minute re-edit of the B-movie Shock (Alfred Werker, 1946) that tells a fictional couple’s September 11th story. This video, built on a calendar square dated "Tuesday, September 11", explores collective memory surrounding the terrorist attacks, and questions the veracity of authored film texts.
5mn35 color & b/w stereo 2011 France
by Patricia Godal
Abstracts motifs of a choreographic improvisation.