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PROGRAM MOVEMENT 2010
July 14, 20h30 & July 17, 16h
Théâtre des Chartreux 105, avenue des Chartreux / 13004 Marseille tel. 33 4 91 50 18 90
14 films - 65mn

sadescription swimmer
6mn27   color   stereo   2010   France
by Hanna Husberg
A presence in a vast exterior, a journey without goal.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Wound Footage
6mn06   color   stereo   2009   Germany
by Thorsten Fleisch
Source material is a found footage super 8 film. The visual carrier was attacked in a multitude of ways. It was scratched, cut open and violated. I captured an attempt to screen it. There it burned and was destroyed by the projector. Sorry little film. With the video footage I provoked the encoding. As a result some pixels were dislocated. In the end I reshot the film from the monitor while I somehow angered the cables that connect the monitor with my computer. That all may sound very negative and destructive to you dear reader but the goal was an almost humanist one: Unification of the digital with the anologue world. They seem so far apart and yet they aren't. By exposing every material's weaknesses and injuries it was made one. It's all visual sensations in the end. Rita Hayworth grindily sings along.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription sun moon stars rain
3mn20   color   stereo   2009   Canada
by Leslie Supnet
"sun moon stars rain" is a psychedelic visual elegy, lamenting the death of Mother Nature's children.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Night
6mn30   color   stereo   2009   Norway
by Farhad Kalantary
“Night” is a journey in the dark, and a short film that explores the borders of visibility. Its gripping sound track carries the film towards deeper layers of darkness as the act of viewing becomes more challenging. “Night” was shot using high definition video from a traveling train in the height of Nordic winter.
self-production
distribution : The Norwegian Film Institute
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sadescription Hypn
7mn30   color   stereo   2009   France
by Philippe Rouy
In the depths of speed, the eyes get lost, washed up on the verge of insomnia.
self-production
distribution : HEURE EXQUISE !
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sadescription gobbledigook
3mn10   color   stereo   2009   France
by Delphine Roux
Motion animation, which aims to bring to light the everyday gestures. My work themes are the following : -to choreograph the daily -to test the body and space. My work tools are my body and a scanner. I use the scanner as a window to which I move.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription 30 sec
0mn30   color   stereo   2009   France
by François Paris
I always told you that life was passing before it died, so I tried to imagine myself in 30 seconds.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Trou de balle
1mn53   color   stereo   2009   France
by Yves-Marie Mahé
Cum as you are.
self-production
distribution : Light Cone
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sadescription Grop one´s way
1mn17   color   stereo   2009   Slovakia
by Lukáš Matejka
Dream fragments emerging constantly. Video of a series of fragments.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Skin Light
6mn38   b/w   stereo   2009   France
by Anne-Lise Maure
The immobile body begins to move, to multiply and become numerous. A musical image. The light sources and music rythm become a hypnotic kaleidoscope of an image.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription The MBC @ The Office
3mn07   color   stereo   2008   USA
by Sarah Buckius & Melanie Manos
In this video, Manos and Buckius find themselves surrounded by four tables on which run ten printers. Manos and Buckius frantically zoom around the confined space on their rolling chairs in an attempt to retrieve and stack the papers endlessly being processed through the printers. The paperwork just never seems to end, as they race against the clock and an unknown deadline ! The MBC embraces purposelessness ! Our aim is to energize a space with our activities, and suggest new interpretations for existing structures both in the social/political and environmental/architectural sense. Formalist aesthetics...patterned yet spontaneous movement...vibrant colors and actions…we are Jacques Tati meets DEVO. Working as a team, we interact physically with everyday objects and technological devices by using them to perform unconventional, bizarre and highly non- productive tasks. The work proposes that everyday objects and technologies might be reinterpreted in absurd, playful, and strange ways, and that the nature of productivity and function be re-examined. This work questions levels of authority and control : are we in control of technology, our immediate environment, and institutional systems, or is the reverse true ? Our work has included photography, mediated performances (live-feed to video monitor or projector), live performance with projections, videos, video installation with projections, and video installation with sculpture. The MBC is particularly interested in spaces that offer a potential for site-specific work, and we are often drawn to irregular and notably compartmental areas or rooms. We work specifically to the confines of a space, and each space becomes heterotopic through the experience.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Tour in NYC - 4’33” on Violin
2mn17   color   mono   2008   USA
by Lucilla Chan
Time Square was the last location on my Tour in NYC 2008. Performed as a violin soloist in Time Square to play 4'33" (according to John Cage), to experience the surrounding sounds. Stood as "living sculpture" like Gilbert & George, to observe and be observed in the public, to investigate the reactions and activities of the public in a major tourist attraction in this vivid city.
self-production
self-distribution
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sadescription Magia
6mn35   color   stereo   2010   France
by Gérard Cairaschi
A young boy molds objects with clay that he then manipulates, combines and associates, in an obscure ritual. As the objects/representations he creates combine and develop a narrative, the fast alternation of images on the screen imbricate and shape images/apparitions that only the “lanterna magica” of cinema and the magic of editing allow. Magica means enchantment.
self-production
distribution : HEURE EXQUISE !
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sadescription A Diamond Forms Under Pressure
6mn12   color   stereo   2008   Republic of Ireland
by Ocusonic
"A Diamond Forms Under Pressure" is an anomaly existing somewhere between experimental film and music video, computer animation/ programming, science and art. An improvised electronic soundtrack drives proprietary software, which analyses the audios's frequency content and generates a cogent synchronous image in real-time. Frequencies push and pull against each other stabilising or agitating the central image
self-production
self-distribution
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