Experiments in Cinema Program V14.2 at KiMo Theatre, Albuquerque
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Experiments in Cinema Program V14.2

Wednesday April 17, 2019

423 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 768-3522
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Phone: (505) 768-3544

More events at KiMo Theatre

Throughout the year Basement Films brings Experiments in Cinema to schools around N.M. with a goal to inspire a new generation of filmmakers and shape future trends of cultural representation.


Kimo Theatre

Experiment 6

Regional Youth Program

Throughout the year Basement Films brings Experiments in Cinema

to schools around New Mexico. The goal is to inspire a new

generation of home-grown filmmakers to recognize the value of their

media voices and to participate in shaping future trends of cultural

representation. This program was curated by Nina Shoenfeld.

Participating schools include:

Albuquerque Academy

Amy Biehl Charter High School

Bosque School

Family Focus Center

Media Arts Collaborative Charter School

Public Academy for Performing Arts

Sandia Prep

Working Classroom

See also: Reel World


About One Image

Experiments in Cinema from Albuquerque indie arts organization Basement Films returns for its “v14.2” presentation. For 14 years (more or less) Experiments in Cinema has brought cutting-edge experimental cinema from around the world to our dusty little town. This Tuesday, April 16, through Saturday, April 20, Basement Films is back with screenings, lectures, panel discussions, receptions and hands-on workshops all around town. Among the special guests lined up this year are Ant Farm founder Chip Lord, “poet trapped in a camcorder” Tommy Becker, festival director Oona Mosna and international festival curator Kyros Kikos. Other Cinema founder and godfather of “found footage” filmmaking Craig Baldwin (Spectres of the Spectrum, Sonic Outlaws, ¡O No Coronado!, Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America) is on hand, screening his works and participating in a string of Q&As. Filmmaker Taylor Dunne and multimedia artist Eric Stewart teach a free 16mm workshop at UNM ArtsLab on Thursday from 10am to 2pm. On Wednesday, from 7:30 to 8:30pm, there’s a free “Regional Youth Program” screening at KiMo Theatre (423 Central Ave NW). That’s followed—from 8:45 to 9:45pm—by a selection of experimental shorts culled from Videoex, Switzerland’s largest festival dedicated to experimental film and video. The majority of ticketed events take place throughout the week at the Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE) and cost $10 per day general admission or $8 per day for students. For a complete schedule of events, go to experimentsincinema.org.

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