Tuesday Apr 15, 2014
Now in its ninth year, this festival brings more than 100 films from 30 countries to various venues throughout Albuquerque.
WHEN: April 14-20, 2014 WHERE: Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave. NE, ABQ Southwest Film Center, University of New Mexico,ABQ National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St SW,ABQ COST: $7/day – Guild Cinema $5/day – Southwest Film Center Free – National Hispanic Cultural Center INFO: 505.916.1635, www.experimentsincinema.com CONTACT: Bryan Konefsky, festival director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 505.235.1852 Made possible with the generous support of New Mexico Arts, The McCune Charitable Foundation, The Trust For Mutual Understanding and the Albuquerque Community Foundation! Experiments in Cinema is an annual festival (now in it’s 9th year) that celebrates international cinematic experimentation. This year EIC will screen more than 100 films from 30 countries along with special lectures, hands-on filmmaking workshops and a program of films made by New Mexico middle school students. The goal of this event is to bring the international community of cinematic experimentalists to New Mexico to then inspire a new generation of movie makers to recognize the value of their media-voices and create films in ways we never imagined possible. In addition to the above mentioned events, this year EIC is partnering with Instituto Cervantes to host Antoni Pinent, a freelance contemporary art/film curator, experimental film producer, and he runs the Cine Invisible section at the Xcèntric (Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona) since 2004. Together with Miguel F. Labayen, he also directs “Xperimenta. Miradas contemporáneas al Cine Experimental” (Biennial, 2007 and 2009. Produced by CCCB). See: http://lightcone.org/en/filmmaker-1439-antoni-pinent With the assistance of the Trust For Mutual Understanding EIC will also have a special focus on films from the Balkan states. Representatives from the Alternative Film/Video Festival in Serbia will be in attendance to screen films from that region and speak about the rich and diverse history of Cine Clubs in Eastern Europe. See: http://www.alternativefilmvideo.org/
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