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PROGRAM MOVEMENT 2013
July 11, 19h15 & July 13, 17h15
Théâtre des Chartreux 105, avenue des Chartreux / 13004 Marseille tel. 33 4 91 50 18 90
11 films - 73mn

sadescription small choir
9mn08   color   stereo   2012   Australia
by Scott Morrison
small choir (2012) was originally presented as a continuous loop installation with Beam Contemporary, Melbourne Australia. It is a rhythmic mediation of space, time and perception. It is a collage of sensory experience where what we are seeing and hearing draws us deeper into a forest forever in flux.
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sadescription Deslinges & Drapeaux
6mn15   color   dolby stereo   2013   France
by Frank Gatti
Women Marseille 2013 (a certain textile art).
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sadescription QC2012 - Maniac Cop Remix
1mn32   color   stereo   2012   Canada
by Frédérick Maheux
"You have the right to remain silent. Forever."
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sadescription the Voice of God
9mn45   color   stereo   2011   Germany
by Bernd Lützeler
If God would come down to earth and try to earn a living in Bombay, most probably he would very soon become successful as a voice over artiste, lending his voice to thousands of hindi movies and even more documentaries and public service films in India. A melo-dramatic docu-drama with voice-over in stop-motion and long-time exposure.
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sadescription Living on the Edge
3mn20   color   stereo   2012   Canada
by Aaron Zeghers
An anthropological peepshow of Kingdom Anamalia's state-of-affairs via frame-by-frame super 8. This animal's history of wreck and ruin the catharsis of a (formerly) lapsed vegetarian.
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sadescription Storia
6mn45   color   stereo   2013   France
by Gérard Cairaschi
Carried by a song, images and fragments of narration intertwine. Simulacrum, magical or religious ritual, ritual of death or rite of passage, nothing is explicit in the action that deploys amongst the characters, between the extreme proximity and, at the same time, the absolute distance expressed by the gestures and bodies.
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distribution : HEURE EXQUISE !
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sadescription Downbreak on 1, Upbeat on 2
3mn38   color   stereo   2013   New Zealand
by Brit Bunkley
Salsa is a syncretic dance form with origins from the Cuban Son (circa 1920s) and Afro-Cuban dance. This style of dance has made an entry in a big way to New Zealand in recent years. It is a raucous, sexually overt style of dancing; whose videoed silhouetted dancers and feet bathed in the gentle cerebral soundtrack of the group Deaf Center (with their permission) creates an otherworldly nostalgic presence. http://vimeo.com/55584080
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sadescription The Peril That Lurks By The Sea
11mn22   color   stereo   2012   United Kingdom
by Patrick Rowan
This is an experimental film, shot frame by frame on a 35mm stills camera. The film plays with the distortion of time and reality, in it's narrative content, as well as the way it is structured together with a horizontal split screen. Throughout the film, the repetitive rhythm that is built up is often disrupted by out-of-sequence frames, that reach back and forward along the time-line, foreseeing what is to come as well as what has been and gone.
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sadescription Vera Drake, Drowning
3mn   color   stereo   2012   USA
by Mark Street
I buried a 35 mm trailer for the Mike Leigh film in my garden and came upon it several years later. The vagaries of nature (snow, rain, ice, sun) yielded a scrupulous document of the passing of time. Soundtrack made up of ambient musique concrete and snippets of music sung by women.
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sadescription Fill Up The Space
4mn02   color   stereo   2012   Italy
by Salvatore Insana
Nervous spidery spirits looking for a body (language) - theirs probably – moving along in a space-time lapse without any shape, without any edge, borderline, in liquefaction. Filling up that space-time, to not suffer too much the temptation to sink into. Fill up the space by the void or by the human corpses fighting to float in that white magma formerly known as unconscious.
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sadescription Lixiviat
9mn49   color   stereo   2012   Canada
by Pavitra Wickramasinghe
Robin Dupuis approaches the construction of narrative structures through images and sounds that he generates and filters on home-grown computer systems. He works on digital supports, transforms the language of moving images, and plays with the soundscape to propose a contemplative experience. The abstract images and unheard-of sounds that he creates prompt spectators to “perceive” more intuitively, in what Henri Chomette once described as cinéma pur. Lixiviat | Robin Dupuis | HD | 09:49 | 2012 Lixiviat is available in single channel and in installation Lixiviat has been presented at; Espace BV, Mois Multi 11, Québec | Février 2011 https://vimeo.com/47239289 Supported by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Rustines|Lab of Perte de Signal and La Bande Vidéo.
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