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PROGRAM MOVEMENT 2009
Lices - July 9, 19h & July 11, 17h30
11 films - 80mn

sadescription Chinese Wedding Dancer
14mn50   color   stereo   2008   USA
by Neil Needleman
A lyrically rhythmic joy ride with constantly changing graceful patterns, concocted using video footage shot at my son’s wedding in China. Through editing, I’ve imposed new patterns and pulsating bursts of movement on a “folk” dance performed by an entertainer at the event.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Ah larmes !
1mn30   b/w   stereo   2009   France
by Yves-Marie Mahé
Tomorrow will be fine.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Radiate
2mn30   color   stereo   2008   South Korea
by Jung-Chul Hur
“Radiate” is an abstract audio-visual short film of constantly changing colours, light, shapes, lines and sounds. It combines the radiation of visual elements and mechanic sounds to create a dynamic representation of the spectacle itself. Viewers will experience an intense sense of anticipation, tension, surprise or probably a kind of catharsis. The work explores how our eyes and ears respond to this non-narrative but purely abstract cinematic experience.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Noring
6mn46   color & b/w   stereo   2007   France
by Philippe Brioude
A boxing match in a singular scenary. Gestures, glances, forms, traces, light... imaginary or real fight ?
self-production
distribution : Light Cone
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sadescription Le repas
2mn   b/w   stereo   2008   Canada
by Anick St-Louis
"Le repas" is a short 16mm hand process film with a burlesque touch.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription La trilogie d’Arno / partie 1 : Vosges
5mn   color   stereo   2007   France
by Frank Beauvais
Arno and I met the first week of june 2006. One month later, we were walking in the forest near Eschbourg in Alsace.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Speechless
13mn   color   stereo   2008   USA
by Scott Stark
3D photographs of human vulvae are animated and interwoven with surfaces and textures from natural and human-made environments. The genital images were taken from a set of ViewMaster 3D reels that accompanied a textbook The Clitoris, published in 1976 by two medical professionals - Contains sexually explicit material; viewer discretion advised.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription New World Order
3mn   color   stereo   2008   France
by Samuel Bester
Chaotic controled flow.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription How to explain dancing to a bronze hare
1mn54   b/w   stereo   2009   Sweden
by Antti Savela
This is a video about a man who is trying to explain dancing to a bronze hare.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Utopia Variations
5mn   color   stereo   2008   USA
by Gregg Biermann
"Utopia Variations" is part of a series of video works that use the computational capacity of computers to transform iconic moments in works of classic Hollywood cinema. In this piece the "over the rainbow" sequence from The Wizard of Oz moves forward from the beginning and backwards from the end in half second intercuts. This gradually builds to a 25 voice split-screen canon in which each voice is slightly out of sync. The resulting matrix is mesmerizing, kaleidoscopic.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Profanations
20mn   color & b/w   stereo   2008   Spain
by Oriol Sanchez
"Profanations" is a three channel video work consisting of appropriation and reconstruction of images and sequences from films by Jules Marey, Pudovkin, Kirsanoff, Eisenstein, Romero, Halpern, Kulechov ... from which a series of micro-stories have been created. These stories have been organized according to Campanas De Luz ( Light Bells ), a music composition by Riera Robuste. "Profanations" emerges from an interest in exploring relationships between sound and image with narratives and abstraction, playing with the [dis]articulation found in film narratives; creating a rupture within narrative and representation.
self-production
self-distribution
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