PERRO DE NADIE · short film 2015  
     
  No One's Dog  
     
  Perro de nadie

 

'Perro de nadie' es la historia de un abandono, desde el punto de vista de un perro que ha aprendido a sobrevivir sin su familia en un entorno hostil, a la intemperie, buscando entre las sobras de los humanos...

Narrado en primera persona y con versos pentadecasílabos, 'Perro de nadie' combina la fotografía con el vídeo, la animación FX y animaciones simples digitalizadas.


‘No One’s Dog’ is a story about abandonment, told from the point of view of a pet that has learned to survive without its family on a hostile environment in the open, digging among the human’s leftovers…

Narrated in first person on fifteen syllables verses. ‘No one’s dog’ mixes photography with video, animation, visual FX and simple digitalized animations.

 
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  Caselle Film Festival  
  'Perro de nadie' en la pantalla de Caselle Film Festival (Italia)  
 
 
 
  Selecciones / Festivals  
 
International Wildlife & Environment Film Festival (Kolkata) Dic. 2016  
Festival de Animación Nochedemonos [Muestra] (Santiago de Chile) Nov. 2016  
Festival Internacional de Cine con Medios Alternativos FICMA (Ciudad de México) Nov. 2016  
Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival (Worcester, Inglaterra) Oct. 2016  
Caselle Film Festival (Caselle, Italia) Ago. 2016  
CreActive International Open Film Festival (IOFF) (Bangladesh) Jun. 2016  
Ozark Shorts (Misuri) Abr. 2016  
Festival de la Image FESTIMATGE (Calella, Barcelona) Abr. 2016  
International Video Poetry Festival (Athens, Grecia) Dic. 2015  
KO&digital Festival Int. de Cine Solidario (Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Barcelona) Nov. 2015  
Concurso Sociedad Cultural de Audiovisuales (Coronel Oviedo, Paraguay) Oct. 2015  
Animainzón 2015 (Ainzón, Zaragoza) Oct. 2015 Mención Especial del Jurado
Ó Bhéal International Poetry-Film (Cork, Irlanda) Oct. 2015  
 
     
 

Kolkata International Wildlife & Environment Film Festival (India) 

 
 

Nominated ANIMATION Films List

1 Tree 1 minute 40 seconds Iran sadeg akbari 2 DIFFERENT 6 minutes 5 seconds Uzbekistan Dante Rustav & Hristina Belousova 3 Madagascar's Scars 5 minutes United States Camille Wanier 4 Imagination 1 minute 20 seconds Uruguay florentina Pérez 5 Smiley 4 minutes 30 seconds Iran Shahin hekmatkhah 6 H.P 5 minutes 7 seconds Afghanistan hesam pirqadam 7 Our Wonderful Nature - The Common Chameleon 3 minutes 32 seconds Germany Tomer Eshed 8 DEATH TO LIFE 4 minutes 15 seconds United Kingdom Roger Bell 9 The Lost Jungle 2 minutes 30 seconds India Pushkar Chatterjee 10 The Plastic cloud 4 minutes 22 seconds Egypt Marwa Abd Elmoneim 11 ecology 1 minute Ukraine Tvarynamunhu Hassan 12 Scapegoat 8 minutes 30 seconds Israel Gal Haklay/ Shulamit Tajer 13 O+AB- 3 minutes 30 seconds Iran, Reza Hadiani 14 Robinson's Dream 11 minutes 24 seconds Venezuela, Sebastian Noguera 15 Habitat 2 minutes 20 seconds Switzerland Marcel Barelli 16 The Awakening 6 minutes 38 seconds Bulgaria Stella Taneva 17 RASPBERRY PLAIN 12 minutes Iran,  Zohal Razavi 18 Save the Tiger 40 seconds India Dheeraj Jindal 19 What A Peaceful Day 4 minutes 45 seconds Taiwan Eden Chan 20 Different Worlds 2 minutes 12 seconds Turkey Gökhan CILAM 21 The Ark 5 minutes Germany Olga Guse 22 DAGNY 14 minutes 23 seconds Denmark Peter Lopes Andersson 23 Dado 3 minutes 37 seconds India Donna Partha 24 Deep in the Forest 4 minutes 13 seconds Trinidad and Tobago Sarah Wilson 25 Faded Finery 10 minutes 4 seconds France Sonia Gerbeaud 26 No One's Dog 4 minutes 15 seconds Spain Santiago Parres 27 The Little Gray Wolfy. The Winter Story 6 minutes Norway Natalia Malykhina 28 Red & Silver 8 minutes 20 seconds Norway Margaret Emdal 29 EVERY DROP COUNTS... 1 Minute India DHIMANT VYAS 30 Electrofishing 2 minutes 41 seconds Hong Kong Wai Lam Wan Nominated ANIMATION Films List 31 Dead Volume 1 minute 35 seconds Brazil Fernão Spadotto 32 True Colors 3 minutes 49 seconds United States Nicole Morciniec 33 The Last Jaguar 7 minutes Mexico Miguel Anaya 34 True Colour 3 minutes 43 seconds Taiwan Hui-Chun Yeh 35 Rhacophorus 5 minutes 53 seconds Belgium Laura Verlinden 36 THE DANGER OF PETS ON ISLANDS 06 minutes Spain LUIS NAVARRO 37 ALLEGORIA  07 minutes Spain NOBILIS BELLATOR 38 CORAL COLORS 04 minutes Spain NNTONIO RODRIGUEZ 39 LENHADOR  04 minutes Brazil FÁBIO TEÓFILO

 
     
 

Festival Internacional de Cine con Medios Alternativos FICMA

 
  ficma  
  SELECCIÓN OFICIAL 2016 OFICIAL SELECTION 2016 Largometraje de ficción/ Fiction full lenght film  Dog’s breakfast/ Rich Valverde/ Australia/ 01:24:40  Laments- If you listen you die/ Julian Casanova/Bucaramanga, Santander, N.A., Colombia/ 01:15:00  2xuno / Bernardo de Urquidi/ México/ 01:10:00  La Willy- Nilly/Jerry Brewington/ E.U./ 01:30:00  Invasión/ Helio Martins Jr./ Brasil/ 01:28:00  Yacuna, Love To Life/ Eustaquio Martínez Del Rio/México/01:27:00 Largometraje documental/Documentary full lenght film  Awakening city/ Fernando Ramos/ Brasil/ 01:40;06  Roots of oblivion/ Jorge Monteallegre/ Colombia,01:01:15  The knite doll/ Ebrahim Moradi/ República Islámica de Irán/00:44:55  Chaos Theory/ Eustaquio Martínez Del Rio/ México/ 01:03:13  Kayabike/Mattia Trabucchi/Marseille/ France/ 00:45:00  Rigoberta Menchú: Daughter of the Maya/ Elizabeth Holloway/ Guatemala/ 01:01:27  All the people in our village/ Losif Prodan/ Iasi, Romania/01:57:52  La plata yvyguy/ Marcelo Felipe Sampaio/ São Paulo, Brasil/01:10:04  The day that The Beatles came to Argentina/ Tomás Epstein/Buenos Aires/ Argentina/ 00:30:00  Las decisiones formales/ Melisa Aller/ Caba, Argentina/01:05:00  Pepin Bello, the man who never did anything/ Alvaro Merino/ La Rioja, España/ 00:29:57  Merry Crisis! Real Rusia/ Yana Polyarush/ Rusia/ 01:00:00  Estoy aquí por una noche/ Carlos Muñoz/ México/ 00:65:00 Cortometraje ficción/ Fiction short film  Node/ Engin Poyraz/ Turquía/ 00:19:59  Those drawn alive/Jukka-Pekka Jalovaara/ Finlandia/ 0:06:20  2094/ Mauricio Ademir/ México/ 00:07:00  Breath/ Hasan Najmabadi/ Cortometraje Ficción/ República Islámica de Irán/ 00:12:00  Director’s cut/ Pol Diggler/ España/ 00:15:00  The salt man/ Seyed Sajad Moosavi/ Irán/ 00:15:00  Bubbles don’t lie/ Sergio Bertani/ Italia/00:04:58  The correspondant/Alan King, Australia/ 00:08:57  Fatal Tangos/ Manuel Tangir Farre/ Argentina/00:11:11  Sacre C’ Oeur/ Hichman Harrag/ 00:09:57  Seed of nation- 2/ Jyotsna Puthran/ Maharashtra, India/ 00:02:05  Sundays/ Benjamin Noah/ St. John's, Canada/ 00:06:30  Hamburgo/ Sergio Alvarez/España/ 00:10:00  How to rob a house/Adi Spektor/ E.U./ 00:07:00  Location/ Edward Wald/ Moscow, Rusia/ 00:10:00  Jano/ Vadir Sottelo/ Guadalajara, Jalisco México/00:03:00  Luciérnagas/ Roman Reyes Collado Villalba/Madrid, España/ 00:03:13  Femme/ Beatriz Domínguez de Molina7 Barcelona España/ 00:05:00  Tape 11/ Alfredo Hernández Álvarez/ Tuxpan, Veracruz, México/ 00:11:42  Pineapple Inc./ Benjamin Herkert/ Alemania/ 00:03:07  User history/ Coalfather Industries/ E.U./ 00:06:02  When the earth hurts/ Enrique Montoya/ México/ 00:04:00  Tide of love and death/ Abhradip Ghatak/ India/ 00:08:00  A place/ Iván Hernández de Córdoba/ España/ 00:12:00  Cumpleaños en el Antártico/ Joaquin Belmonte/España/ 00:05:32  Deep within/ Marietha Helgesen/Noruega/ 00:03:00  Midnight elevator/ Henry Liu/ 00:03:34  Through the eyes of a beetle/ Mickael Couturier/Rio de Janeiro/ Brasil/ 00:16:36  Myth of myself/ Alonso Yañez/ México/ 00:05:57  Heaven of children/ Masoud Soheili/ Indonesia/ 00:05:00  Login/ Cristiano Sousa/ Goiania/ Brasil/ 00:02:25  4242/ Sara Eustaquio/ Lisboa Portugal/00:11:12  Figment/ Javier Augusto Nuñez/ Toronto, Canada/ 00:17:00  18:48 horas/ Wilson Peña/ España/ 00:09:45  At first sight/ Enrique Montoya/ México/ 00:07:05  Nuevo México/Christian Cavazos/ E.U/00:05:55  The Sacred Solution (La Sagrada Solución) /José Luis Saturno/ México/ 00:04:30  The Grief Of A Mother/ Henrique Schonfelder/ Brasil/ 00:11:57  Blackout!/ Gerardo Méndez Díaz/México/ 00:12:21  Not A Male But Female/ Gökhan Yalçinkaya/ Turquía/ 00:09:21  Como Si Y Sea Necesario/ Dante Rustav/ Uzbekistan/ 00:14:08  Éxodo/ Sergio Postigo Cruz/ España/ 00:08:00  Cambio de hoja/ Jesús Héctor Gómez Mexía/ México/00:02:55  La mariposa/ Paloma Santaella/ Colombia/ 00:07:50  Un lugar/ Ivan Fernandez de Cordoba/ España/ 00:12:00  Ancestral Dancebeat/Katiushka Burges/ Mexico/ 00:08:00 Cortometraje documental/ Documentary short film  De pago en pago/ Leandro Marino/ Argentina/ 00:29:00  Mx. Enigma/ Je’ Jae Daniels/ Estados Unidos/ 00:07:31  Blindness in the city/ Adriana López Garibay/ México/ 00:22.02  Our conversation/ Mieczysław Krzel/ Warszawa, Polonia/ 00:09:47  Death and life/ Gregory Alosio/ Rancho Mirage/ California, E.U./ 00:25:09  Brno in motion/ Radim Zbořil/ Republica Checa/ 00:02:56  The footprint of the Otomí woman/ Sandro Valdés Lugo/México/ 00:12:50  Plastic Garbage- Scourge of the seas/ Cristina Isoli/ Reino Unido/ 00:04:38  Bumps/ Fabio Caprarelli/ 00:05:07  Spoon/ Jalal Veisi/ Iran/ 00:15:00  Once upon a time in Cuba/ Poulo Benetazzo/ Cuba/ 00:04:46  Galapagos, Beyond The Islan/ Manuel Mateo Lajarín/ España/ 00:07:00  Against Blue Current/ Shutao Jiang/ Singapur/ 00:05:00  Water Ways/ Servieres Jessica/ Francia/00:14:48  The Secret Lives Of New York Cats/ Steve Holloway/ E.U./00:28:00  El inocuo espíritu de la miseria humana/ Cristian Fraire/ Mexico/00:14:45  Ancestral Dancebeat/ Katiushka Burges/ Mexico/ 00:08:00 Cortometraje animado/ Animated short film  Playdead/ Oscar González Luna/ México/ 00:02:23  Coffee/ Kevin McNulty/ Estados Unidos/ 00:04:24  Death to life/ Roger Bell/ Australia/ 00:04:15  Microscopia/ Nikolaus Jantsch/ Austria/ 00:04:32  My mother only had one eye/Joe Nason/ 00:03:24  Albert/ Felix Weisz/ Vienna/ 00:07:10  Encounter with an elf/ Diego Blasio/México/00:07:42  Lives in me/ Romeo Alfredo de Paz Flores/ México/ 00:03:32  Insolation/ Léa Fabreguettes/ Francia/ 00:05:31  The below men/ Hiram Guzmán/ México/ 00:16:10  On egg to hell/ Zhi-We Shi/ Taiwan/ 00:06:37  Death to life/ Roger Bell/ Reino Unido/ 00:04:15  Bike portraits/ Oleksandr (Sashko) Danylenko/ E.U/ 00:04:57  The performance that was not allowed/ Glasz De Cuir/España/ 00:08:11  Inversión/ Ario Saffarzadegan/ República Islámica/ 00:00:52  Red/ Ario Saffarzadegan/ República Islámica/ 00:01:40  Shell/Daniel Ahrens/ Alemania/ 00:03:40  Suffering Is The Easy Part/ Jaime Ekkens/ E.U./ 00:07:30  No One’s Dog/ Santiago Parres/ España/ 00:04:15  Desde El Papel/ Pablo Latorre/ Argentina/ 00:04:46  Patrioska/ Tiago Araújo/ Portugal/ 00:09:16  De toro/ Zacarias Iglesias/ Cortometraje animado/ Argentina/ 00:07:02  
     
 

Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival 2016 Shortlists

Congratulations to all the finalists! This is the list of the year – below are the films that will be screened at Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival 2016.

It’s a show you don’t want to miss. Come be part of the celebration on October 22nd! You can pick up your tickets here – we’ll have the popcorn waiting at Nick’s.

Best Animation
The Moment – Karis Oh
The Phone Card – Brenda M. Lopez Zepeda 
The Journey Never Starts. The Journey Never Ends. – Michelle Brand
Pianos – Aleksandr Kirienko 
It Needs to Eat – Lauren Flinner
Becoming A Landscape – Renata Davis
The Trees – Rebecca Murrell

Best Smartphone Production
Namesake – Najma Hush 
Art Guitars – Cassidy Parker Knight & Jeff Knight
The Old Soldiers of Killeens – Colm Scully
Halloween – Brian Higgins & RJ Walker
In A World Without Cats – Cindy St. Onge 

Shoots! Youth Prize
Hardboiled Egg – Shira Moolten
An Ode to Shrewsbury – John Hayeck
Children of the War – Radheya Jegatheva
Be Creative – Sajeev Jeevanam
Alongside the Lake – Jordan Blackadar

Here Kitty Kitty
Restart – Pelle Folmer 
Door – Victoria Wells & Leah Noble Davidson
Triangles (Треугольники) – Gala Shiyan 
Benjamin’s Brother – Noam Sharon 
Instructions for Singing – Adrián Suárez

Best Production One Minute or Under
The Sad Sea – Javier Rodes
Start of Winter Gary Hoare & Kara Kulpa 
qaywsxedcrfvtgbzhnujmiklop – Vera Sebert
Red Tail – Diane Mulligan
Solitude Tropicale – Camila Chavez & Eduardo Matsuzaki

Best Sound or Music in a Production
Dunes – Jo Lane & Anna Tuck
Not the Stars – H. Paul Moon
Ted – Jon Constantinou
Blackbird – Joy Etukudo
My Dad’s Bigger Than Your Dad – Jo Lane with Dave Viney 
Fucking Him – Adrian Garcia Gomez and C.O. Moed

Valentine
Mermaid Esther: An Astonishing Fire – Rachel Kann and Brad E. Coope
Tiny Bones and Dust – Spontaneous Bob & Jennifer E. Hudgens
Grammar of Movement – Roger Stoneburner
Kneading Language – Celia Parra
Road to Nowhere – Jessica Lovina Guimond
Love’s River of Errors – Dave Richardson

Uncategorized
Perro de nadie (No one’s dog) –  Santiago Parres 
Advice on Overcoming Trauma: From the Violin on the Titanic – Heidi Therrien
River Fleet Sailor’s Death – Anzhela Bogachenko 
Small Journeys Skyward – Meriel Lland 
Body With No Windows – Annelyse Gelman

 
     
 

Caselle Film Festival

selezione_ufficiale caselle

 

 

COPERTINA

 

Bloom

di  Yiran SUN 7′ 2015 Cina

 

 

 

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No One’s Dog

di  Santiago Parres 4′ 2015 Spagna

 

 

 

LOCANDINA

 

The wind sauddenly

di  Edris samani 8′ 2015 Iran

 

 

locandina

 

The Valley Below

di  Joel Hofmann 9′ 2015 Svizzera

 

 

COPERTINA

 

Pneuma

di A. Matarazzo 3′ 2015 Italia

 

locandina

 

And if You’ll Come

di  Tom Madar 5′  2016 Israele

 

LOCANDINA

 

Trying to Connect

di  Stefan Bürkner 5′ 2015 Germania


 
     
 

XXII Trofeo "Torretes" de Cortometrajes: Lista de obras seleccionadas (2016)

Argumento / Ficción

" VENDESE BAIXO PREZO POUCO USO de J.A.Blanco
42 LATIDOS de Joaquin Villalonga
A FAMILY MAN de Miguel Bixquet
ALEX de Laura García
ANY DAY NOW de Albert Uría
AURELIA de Toni Aranda
BROKEN BASKET de Roberto Ruíz
BURNED de Jaime Valduesa
CAMINANTE de Joaquin Calderón
CINCO CARTAS de David Pérez
CON LA BOCA CERRADA de Anna Farré
DADA de María Luna
DE VUELTA de Gabriel Dorado
DESTINO de Marta Juanola
DINAR FAMILIAR de Alba Montoya
DIRECTOR'S CUT de Pol Diggler
EL ABRAZO de Iñaki Sánchez 
EL ACTOR de Alex García
EL CANTO DEL MONSTRUO de Armando Ravelo
EL VIEJO Y EL POLVO de Wiro Berriatua
EL BUEN MAL de Jokin Urrotigoechea
EL DISCURSO DE NAVIDAD de Cristina Bodelón
ENTRE LÍNEAS de José Luis Velázquez
ESPANGOL NIVEAU de Gut Dessent
ESPEJOS de Arley Rojas
ÉTER de Daniel Cortazar
FIERAS de Luis E. Pérez
FLEXIBILITY de Remedios Crespo
FOTO DE FAMILIA de Fernando G. Pliego
INDIGO de Paul Jerndal
INEFFAÇABLE de Gregory Lecocq
INTENCIONES de Iván Casasús
KARMATANGO de Jean Michel Lecloux
KOLKATA NOIR de Marcos Borregón
L'ENCENEDOR QUÁNTIC de Pau Escribano
LA FORCE DE L'ÂGE de Lecocq Quentin
LA MEMORIA DEL AGUA de María Mira
LA MÉTHODE GREENBERRY de Bertheul Baptiste
LA PROPINA de Esteban Crespo
LAST MEMORY de Juan Luis Moreno
LE CHIEN de Mathieu Pradad
LE PREMIER PAS de Vanesa Clement
LEONA de Davek Carrioza
LUGARES REMOTOS de Pedro Moreno del Oso
MANTRA de Ho Lam
METRO ÚTILES de David Cervera
MI HERMANO de Miguel Lafuente
MONSTER OF THE NIGHT de Ruben Navarro
MUEBLES NUEVOS de Iván Caballero
NAMNALA de Nacho Solana
NEVICA de Lu Pulici
NO ME QUITES de Laura Jou
NORTE de Javier García
O MOVIMIENTO DO ESCURO de Alexandre Rossi
OMESSA de Javier Charlene
PHOSPHENES de Frida Harari
PICTURE ME de Firasz Akkach
PIKNIK de Jure Pavlovi
PLEIN SOLEIL de Fred Casta
POLLO A LA MANDARINA de Julián Waisbord
PUZZLE de Rondeau Remy
RADIAL de José Antonio Muela
RANCOR de Miguel Morales
RESTART de Olga Osorio
REVOLUTION de Philipp Dettmer
SAUDADE de Sebastian Uría
SAUDADE de Sahori Pacheco
SOLD OUT de Almudena Caminero
SOLEDAD de Alex Manzanares
STAR MAN de Josema Roig
SUBTERRÁNEO de Miguel A. Carmona
THALION LTD de Diego Arjona
THE PARISIAN de Adam Allsop
THE RED THUNDER de Álvaro Ron
THEY WILL ALL DIE IN SPACE de Javier Chillon 
THROUGH THE PANE de Dawn Westlake
TRAS BAMBALINAS de Rafa García
TUPPER de Angel Manzano
UN MILLON de Alex Rodrigo
UN ENCUENTRO de Miguell Berzal
UNA NIT de Marta Bayarri
UNA VEZ de María Guerra
UNARY de Luis Avilés
UNE DEUXIÈME CHANCE de David Casals
WHAT'S UP! de Vasni J.Ramos


Argumento / Ficción - Amateurs

GRACIAS de Pedro Flores
LA MANO INVISIBLE de Marco Antonio Robledo
LOLA VA de Ignacio H. Cuenca


Documentales / reportajes

CORROSIÓ de Marc Roca
DIA DE MENTIRA de Thiago B. Mendonca
EL CANTO DE LA REINA de Inés Espinosa
EL RETO DE SABANA YEGUA de Chus López
EL SUEÑO DE SEYDOU de Beatriz Quintana
ERES LO QUE COMES de Diego Erreka
HUELLAS DE AUSENCIA de Ana Monrás
MEZU BAT HOZKAICUAN de Erika Anastasia Elizari
MI TIO RAMON de Ignasio Lasierra
MUSAWAT INCLUSION EN LOS CAMPAMENTOS SAHAURIS de Darwin Diko Cañas
N'DIA WALDI BOULY de Natxo Leuza 
SOÄO BATISTA de Rodrigo Rezende
SUMUD de Ander Iriarte 


Documentales / reportajes - Amateur

HACE 20 AÑOS de Martí Arañó
LA PESCA A L'ENCANYISADA de Montserrat Miquel
VILLA D'ESTE de Miquel Cervera 


Experimentales / animación

ABRIENDO PUERTAS de Tomás Bases
ALIKE de Daniel Martínez
CACHIVACHES de Gerardo de la Fuente
CHATARRA de Walter Tournier
DESHABITARSE de Laura I Sira Cabrera
KATAKROEN de Jaime Maestro
PERRO DE NADIE de Santiago Parres
PORTRAIT OF A WIND-UP MAKER de Darío Pérez
PREMIER AUTOMNE de Carlos de Corvacho
RUPESTRE de Enrique Diego
SHIFT de María Cecilia Puglesi I Jun Liu
TENTATIVE D'EPUISEMENT D'UN LIEU PARISIEN de Yaun Chapotel
THIS IS JOE de Francis Díaz


Experimentales / animación - amateur

A LONELY SUN STORY de Enrique Guzmán
MUSICIDIO de Ferriol Tugues


Premios especiales:

Mejor cortometraje en catalán:

14 ANYS I UN DÍA de Llucia Alemany
DEMÁ NO SERÁ AVUI de Joan Albert
DINAR FAMILIAR de Alba Montoya 
HISTORIA D'UN OBJECTE de Carlota Castells
OPERACIÓN PREFERENTE de Roger Cornella
UNA NIT de Marta Bayarri

Premio "Ciutat de Calella":

"21 " de Jonathan Ruíz
TWO SHOTGUNS de Miki Gual i Marc Vilalta


Total cortometrajes participantes XXII Trofeu Torretes: 630
 
     
 

4th International Video Poetry Festival |Sat.19.12|Free Theatre Embros | Athens

ATHENS INTERNATIONAL VIDEO POETRY FEST

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FreeTheatreEmbros[RigaPalamidi2/Psiriarea] 

 

VIDEOPOETRY

USA Adrian Frost | Amaranth Borsuk and Andy Fitch |Beata Pozniak | Dave Bonta Joan Gelfand | Lavinia Roberts | Lisa Seidenberg | Matt Mullins |

Jim Daniels Cindy St. Onge | Adrian Garcia Gomez and C.O. Moed CANADA Sam Luk BRASIL Bagadefente | Junior Bellé | Krefer Kre Fer

 MEXICO Paola Nepita Plascencia | Cristina Bustamante | César Flores Correa COLOMBIA Catalina Giraldo Vélez UK Diana Taylor | Dina Kafiris

| Eleni Cay | Elizabeth Carlyon | James Starkie | Mab Jones | Daniel O’Donnell-Smith | Joseph Stacey GERMANY Stephan Groß | Susanne Wiegner |

Maria Manasterny | Justine B.Bauer | Clara Wieck | Ana Maria Vallejo Brenda Lien | Anna-Maria SchneiderFRANCE Eric Sarner | Vincent Pouplard |

Yves Bommenel SPAIN Rrose Present Santiago Parres | Valentina Alvarado | Hernán Talavera | Eduardo Yagüe | Celia Parra Díaz ITALY Puccio Chiesa |

Dimitri Ruggeri GREECE Douros Vassilis & Zoumba Dora | Thanasis Panou | Vassilis Karvounis Anastasia Christopoulou | Aggeliki Chatzi | Aggeliki Bozou |

Stelios Oikonomidis |Evi Stamou | Gerorge Kalogeropoulos | Bill Psarras ISRAEL Avi Dabach | Dr Efrat Mishori & Dana Goldberg

 IRAN Maryam Fathollahi DENMARK Javier Sandoval PORTUGAL Inês von BonhorstBELGIUM Eric Joris and Lies van der Auwera Frank Messely

 RUSSIA Kirill Adibekov ARGENTINA Laura Focarazzo SLOVENIA Yuliya Vrotna NETHERLANDS Sytse Jansma AUSTRIA Sigrun Höllrigl & George Chkheidze

supported by Moving Poems

PERFORMANCEART

ANTIGONE & TEIRESIAS Adrian Frost (USA)

ΜΥΣΤΙΚΟ ΝΕΚΡΟΤΑΦΕΙΟ Ζαχαρίας Στουφής

ΣΕ ΠΕΡΙΠΤΩΣΗ ΠΕΝΘΟΥΣ Όλγα Ευαγγελίδου

THE METAMORPHOSES Puccio Chiesa (ITALY)

LIVEPOETRY

ΘΑΝΟΣΑΝΕΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ 

Sam Luk (CANADA) . Yuliya Vrotna (UKRAINE)

Eric Sarner (FRANCE) 

Σίσσυ Δουτσίου + Venus Melena

Κατερίνα Ζησάκη . Γιάννης Ραουζαίος

Τατιάνα Σκανάτοβιτς + Βαγγέλης Σαγρής 

Τάσος Σαγρής . Πόππη Δέλτα . Erina Espiritu

Ιωάννα Γαϊτανάρου . Frantzesca Averbach

SOUNDSCAPES:  

JUNIOR X . WAR

 
     
 

KO&digital Festival Internacional de Cine Solidario

 
 

*Todas las proyecciones se harán en c/Indústria, 59 (Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Barcelona) a las 20:30h.

 

Programación

PROYECCIONES NOVIEMBRE

Lunes 9 de noviembre

KAFANA de Juan Antonio Moreno y Silvia Venegas

A LUTA CONTINUA de Raúl de la Fuente

DISCIPLINE de Christophe M. Saber

Martes 10 de noviembre

ÍNDIA, LA FARMÀCIA DEL MÓN de Yasmina Solanes

EL MEDICEMNT, UN DRET SEGRESTAT de Yasmina Solanes

LA SELVA INQUIETA de Yanette Shalter

Miércoles 11 de noviembre

PREMIERE AUTOMNE de Carlos De Carvalho y Aude Danset

PERRO DE NADIE de Santiago Parres

POOP SOBRE POBREZA de Vijay S. Jodha

SOY COLLA de Rodrigo Hernandez Lira

YO TE QUIERO de Nicolás Conte

UNA NUEVA FAMILIA de Simone Manetti

GARBANZOS CON AZÚCAR de Antonio Aguilar

LA GUERA, MI PUEBLO OLVIDADO de Gilberto Mastromatteo y Fiorella Bendoni

NO OSCURO de Pedro Murad

AS ALMAS DO FENTAL de David Vazquez

Jueves 12 de noviembre

LA EXTRAÑA ELECCIÓN de Carmen Comadrán

AYER Y MAÑANA de Carolina Bang

QUE LA NUIT SOIT DOUCE de Frédéric Recrosio

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EL HOGAR DE LAS NIÑAS de Marcel Cifré y Raúl Roda

PASAPALABRA de Andrea Testini

UNA VEZ de Sonia Madrid y Maria Guerra

XIAOJING Y LOS MUROS DE BARCELONA de Ellina Kozulina

GESCHÜTZTER RAUM de Zora Rux

EL ABRAZO de Iñaqui Sánchez

EL PERRO COJO de Gerard Guinovart

VALOR DE UN SUEÑO de Pedro Pérez

Sábado 14 de noviembre

TRILOGÍA DE UNA RIBERA de Nacho Arantegui

TRIPLE SMILEY FACE de Gabriel Fernandez

UNA CARRERA DE FONDO de Javier Triana

YAYA CROCHET de Joaquín Villalonga

Lunes 16 de noviembre

LAS REGLAS DEL JUEGO de Nerea Marcén

JINGLE de Marta González

LO CANTABA NINA SIMONE de Mireia Llinàs

SUPERCOOL de Álex Rodrigo

UNARY de Luís Avilés

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Martes 17 de noviembre

CUANDO LA VIDA ERA UN JUEGO de Bernardo Henandez

NICHOLSON STREET de Juan Martín

BROTHERS de Aleksandra Czenczek

EL DÍA MÁS FELIZ de Gaizka Urresti

EU, MULHERES de Fábio Teófilo

IRINA IM WUNDERLAND de Arnulfo González

LA BUENA FE de Begoña Soler

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LO MÍO NO ES NADA de Nieves Prieto

Miércoles 18 de noviembre

LA ENCRUCIJADA DE ÁNGEL SANZ BRIZ de J. Alejandro Gonzalez

LA SALUT, EL NEGOCI DE LA VIDA de Federic Pahisa

Jueves 19 de noviembre

LA PUERTA AZUL de Alicia Medina

LEJOS DE LA ORILLA de Javier Sanz

Viernes 20 de noviembre

MINAS DEL HORCAJO de Alberto Gutiérrez

MUERTE CON OLOR A NUBE de Eli Belmonte

MUSWAT de Darwin Dikó Cañas

PRIMAVERA ROSA EN EL KREMLIN de Mario de la Torre

TE SALUDAN LOS CABITOS de Luis Cintora

TRABALLO ANIMAL de Aser Alvarez

PROYECCIONES OCTUBRE

Martes 13 de octubre

ABECE 2015 de Meg Samoura, Laia Dosta y Marina Palmés

TÒXIC de Mar Martínez

THE DEPENDENTS de Igor Parfenov

JOKE de Igor Parfenov

MIGRACIONES INTERIORES de AFAE

BIODIVERSITAT de EDN 58

Miércoles 14 de octubre

EL NORTE de Zanoletty

SAVE THE EARTH de

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UN MIRADA de Arturo Sánchez

FUERA DE FOCO. JAVIER COLMO de Álvaro G. del Castillo

FREEYUYEE de Ramón Lázaro

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Jueves 15 de octubre

DANMATION de Marc Nadal

GUANTANAMO BABY de

LAS REGLAS DEL JUEGO de Nerea Marcén

MI MISERIA de Francisco Javier Montoro

MOIRÉ de Juancho Bañuelos

SERIOUSLY DEADLY SILENCE de Sara Koppel

CANCIÓN DE UN PESCADOR de Benat Fuentes

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UN VERANO INTERMINABLE de Carmen López

LA HOJA de Alex Barrera

UNO+UNO de Eva Moreno

DE AGUA Y ALGODÓN de Alessandro Ceci

Viernes 16 de octubre

GUATEMALA, EL ESPÍRITU DE LA MEMORIA de Natalia Díaz

VERGÜENZA Y RESPETO de Tomás Lipgot

Lunes 19 de octubre

TIERRA DE AGUA de David Bottome

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MUJERES DEL SUR de Libia Planas

Martes 20 de octubre

FUEGO SOBRE EL MARMARA de David Segarra

EL MISTERIO DE LAS LAGUNAS de Atahaualpa Lichy

NAWUIN de Miguel Alvardo y José Marquez

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Miércoles 21 de octubre

CARACAS EN MOTO de Daniel Ruiz

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VERDE SALVAJE de Belén Orsini

Jueves 22 de octubre

A LOS PIES DE LA CANAIMA de Ana Cristina Henríquez

TRASHUMANCIA de Carlos Gómez

CHIRINO DÉCIMAS ANIMADAS de Jean-Charles L'Ami

LA NOCHE ANUNCIA LA AURORA

Viernes 23 de octubre

SABINO VIVE, LAS ÚLTIMAS FRONTERAS de Carlos Azpúrua

GUARDIANES DEL AGUA de Jean-Charles L'Ami

HOY NO SE HACE PASTEL DEL CHUCHO de Braulio Rodríguez

 

PROYECCIONES SEPTIEMBRE

Lunes 14 de septiembre

ÚLTIMO ATARDECER de Lucía Tortosa y Marcos Villaplana

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WOULD YOU RUN? de Margot Zervelis

JAZMÍN de Julio de la Fuente

TOXIC de Mar Martínez

EL CUENTO DE LA VIDA de Carmen Panadero

AFLUENTES de Joao Meirinhos

Martes 15 de septiembre

RETAZOS DE UNA VIDA de Noemi Jariod

HABLA, documenta tu salud de Anesvad

Miércoles 16 de septiembre

EL MILAGRO DEL AGUA de Pablo Bohorquez

EL RETO DE SABANA YEGUA de Chús López

FUERA DE FOCO. JAVIER COLMO de Álvaro G.del Castillo y Aitor Arístegui

MIRADAS de Marc Vilarnau

Jueves 17 de septiembre

CORRUPCIÓN, EL ORGANISMO NOCIVO de Albert Sanfeliu

LIFE IS WAITING: REFERENDUM AND RESISTANCE IN WESTERN SAHARA de Iara Lee

Viernes 18 de septiembre

LUCHANDO POR LA DIGNIDAD de Ignacio Izquierdo

LUIS LUIS de José Carlos Castaño Muñoz

NADA QUE PERDER de José Luis Cubillo

PEDRO M de Andreas Fontana

VIDAS ROTAS de Rafa Arroyo y María José Anrubia

WAITING FOR THE (T)RAIN de Panay Simon

Lunes 21 de septiembre

ORGÁNICO - EL CAMPO Y LA CIUDAD de Juan Pablo Rojas

THE HEALTH OF OUR OSCEANS de Luis Navarro

UN VERANO INTERMINABLE de Carmen López Carreño

ZOHARDIA de Markel Andia Ruiz

Martes 22 de septiembre

A RASTRAS Román Reyes

PORTRAIT OF WIND-UP MAKER de Darío Peréz

LA ROPAVEJERA de Nacho Ruipérez

AKAR de Toufic Khreich

ANTE LA ARAÑA de Marc Nadal

APORÍA de José Medina 6'

ARAM de Havi Ibrahim

arMÀt de Ginebra Vall Rojo

BLESSING de Isabel Pastor

DOMINO de Luis Miguel Aguilera

BOOMERANG de Fariza Tanayeva

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CARACOL de Ramón Reyes

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COLD GREEN EYES de Gabriel Galand

Miércoles 23 septiembre

ERRARTE EN LA SOMBRA de Hilario Abad

NAJES de Bahram y Bahman Hajaboullou

HÉROES CAÍDOS de Alex Brau

LUCIÉRNAGAS de Román Reyes

MARÍA de Alberto Pernet

MI ABUELA LOLI de Mar del Castillo

MOLINILLOS de Román Reyes

ONE KEY de Karlos Alcázar

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ROCK PAPER SCISSORS de Gamze Oto

Jueves 24 septiembre

TEATRO de Iván Ruíz

TERESA de Lilih Curi

THE MASS OF MEN de Emily Morgan

THE SOUND OF ROAD de Barzan Rostami

TODO ES FALSO, SALVO ALGUNA COSA de Jesús Martínez

TODO UN FUTURO JUNTOS de Pablo Remón

TRAS EL ARCÉN de José A. Olivares

TÚ Y YO de Javier Marco

UNE NOUVELLE VIE de Myriam Fontaine

VÍRGENES de Alicia Albares

X ÉRASE UNA VEZ de Allicia Albares

Viernes 25 septiembre

EXIT de Ángel de Haro

Y OTRO AÑO, PERDICES de Marta Díaz

UNA GOTA de Joss Sánchez

BIENVENIDOS de Javier Fesser

CASA de Román Reyes

CARNE DE GAVIOTA de Felipe Espinosa

FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS de Alberto Gallego

GATOS Y MANZANAS de Marc Bou

LA CONDENA de Marc Nadal

MADRE de Federico Sebastián

PENSAMIENTOS DE NIL de Dani Andreu

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PROYECCIONES JUNIO

Lunes 15 de junio

CUIDA EL AGUA de Virgina Curiá Martínez

ORGÁNICO - EL CAMPO Y LA CIUDAD de Juan Pablo Rojas

BONASTRA de Joan Martín Giménez

GUIA OFICIAL SEMBIP de Rosana Urbes

NEKKO WORK de Naoya Sakamoto

RUI E AS BALEAS de Carlos Lago

THE GIFT de Julio Pot

Martes 16 de junio

AMURALLADOS de Richard Mateos y Javi Valdezate

SHADES OF GRAY de Alexandra Averyanova

CAMINO VIEJO de Jesús Blesa

Miércoles 17 de junio

AÚN TIBET de Miguel Angel Cano

EL CUMPLEAÑOS DE DARCY de Nicolás Dalmasso

COMUNIDAD: LGBTIQ de Gonxalo Martín Collado

Jueves 18 de junio

CARABANCHEL: LA INFANCIA AMENAZADA de Juan Cerrada

EL JUEGO DEL ESCONDITE de David Muñoz López

JIKOO, LO ESPERADO de Leroy Christophe y Camus Adrien

LIGIA de Giovanni Princigalli

Viernes 19 de junio

HUICHOLES: LOS ÚLTIMOS GUARDIANES DEL PEYOTE de Hernán Vilchez

Lunes 22 de junio

LA EDUCACIÓN PROHIBIDA de Germán Doin

Martes 23 de junio

LA TROCHA de Lionel Rossini

LES NOSTRES ENERGIES de Miquel Carrillo Ponce

Miércoles 24 de junio

LOS AÑOS ROBADOS DE XAVI de Gustavo Franco Cruz

MARATÓN SOBRE RUEDAS de Jesús Salinas Guirao, Francisco Saorín Marín y Alejandro Vidal Espín

PERRO, DEMASIADO HUMANO de Clara López Cantos

Jueves 25 de junio

MARÍA DOMINGUEZ, LA PALABRA LIBRE de Vicky Calavia Sos

SIN RECONCILIACIÓN de Melissa Silva Franco

TRES MUJERES de Alexis Delgado Burdalo

Viernes 26 de junio

SIGO SIENDO de Javier Corcuera

 
     
 

IX Concurso Sociedad Cultural de Audiovisuales

 
 
IX Concurso Sociedad Cult. Audiovisuales (Coronel Oviedo, Paraguay)
 


10th – 11th October 2015


In partnership with the
IndieCork Festival of Independent Cinema

the 3rd Ó Bhéal International Poetry-Film Competition

The competition shortlist of thirty films which follows, will be screened in two parts, at the Smurfit Theatre in The Firkin Crane, Cork. These have been chosen from over sixty submissions of poetry films completed in the last two years, from thirteen countries – Ireland, England, Canada, USA, Ukraine, the Phillipines, Belgium, Sweden, Russia, Brazil, Spain, Italy, and Germany.

The 2015 Ó Bhéal judges, poet Patrick Cotter and filmmaker Padraig Trehy, will select one overall winner to receive the IndieCork festival award for best poetry film, at the awards ceremony.

Tickets to each event are €5.50 (€5.00 unwaged)


plus a specially curated screening from

PoetryFilm
(more details beneath)

on Sunday the 11th of October @ 4.00pm

PoetryFilm is the influential research art project founded by British artist Zata Banks in 2002, exploring and exhibiting experimental text / image / sound material. For the PoetryFilm screening in Cork, Zata will introduce a curated selection of short film artworks, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms.




Competition Shortlist – Screening A (55:37)
Saturday 10th October @ 6.00pmSmurfit Theatre, Firkin Crane


Drachenhaus (5:13)

Poem: Love and Late Capitalism by Howie Good

Synopsis – It’s a bleak world out there

Director: Swoon (Belgium)

“His work is provocative, beautiful and disturbing. Using words as guidelines, Marc Neys creates video and soundscapes using a blend of layered images. His work is instantly recognizable for the skill with which he extracts new meaning from the words he illuminates. Image, sound, voice combine seamlessly to create something fresh, and often startling in Swoon’s work. His works have been featured at film festivals all over the world.” – Erica Goss

“The work of Swoon transports us to a state of attention and reverie at the same time, and then sends us each on our own inner investigations. Meditations on Nature, Time, Art, the human condition, and the spiritual cost of modernity – these are some of the dizzy heights that Swoon’s audiovisual essays explore.” Yahia Lababidi



Census (3:58)

Poem: Cencus by Lissa Kiernan

Synopsis – A mash-up of imagery from films available in the public domain, taken from the Prelinger Internet Archive; primarily Marriage Today (Alexander Hammid, 1950).

Director: Othniel Smith (U.K. / U.S.A.)

Othniel Smith is a writer whose work has included several plays and short stories for BBC Radio, eight episodes of the CBBC series The Story Of Tracy Beaker, and a number of Kindle exclusive novellas. He has made several poetry films in conjunction with The Poetry Storehouse.



Everything Makes Love with the Silence (2:24)

Poem: Untitled by Alejandra Pizarnik

SynopsisEverything Makes Love with the Silence is an incursion to Alejandra Pizarnik’s dark world through the amateur silent cinema. On September 25th, 1972, at the age of 36, the poet ended her life by taking an overdose of Secobarbital sodium during a weekend leave pass from Buenos Aires psychiatric hospital. Now, Pizarnik is considered one of the most important lyrical and surrealistic poets in Argentina. The film comes up from three of her short poems, confronting words and silence, light and obscurity, and it got the Fractal Award at Abycine International Film Festival in Spain.

Director: Hernán Talavera (Spain)

Spanish artist Hernán Talavera explores visual and conceptual possibilities of the environment in search of underlying poetry. His work has been awarded with more than thirty national and international prizes including Best Experimental Work Prize (61º Mostra Internazionale del Cortometraggio Montecatini, Italy), International Experimental Prize (Architecture Film Festival, Santiago de Chile) or Best Editing Prize (40 Festival Alcine, Spain). His audiovisual work has been screened at national and international film festivals in countries including Canada, Germany, France, England, Greece, Peru, Russia, Poland, Colombia, Scotland, Italy, Bolivia, Portugal, Serbia, Mexico, Spain, Albania or Chile.



Growing Up (2:27)

Poem: Growing Up by Ksana Kovalenk

Synopsis – an associative video, made under the impression of the short poem. It’s a story about growing up by pain, the ability to except the inevitable and to gain experience, when the treacherous knife in your spine turns out to be a key to open new doors.

Director: Eugeny Tsymbalyuk (Ukraine)

Born on December 9, 1982 in Nikolaev (Ukraine). Higher education – Master degree of Journalism. In 2009-2010 with poet Michalko Skalitski was co-editor of the only urban underground literary magazine of Nikolaev – Litera N. Wrote literary criticism, drama.

Video poetry interested me in 2013. Then I filmed the Eighth moon. It was a game. The poet Olga Skvirskaya randomly selected eight poems from different periods of her creativity. I found relation in them, and gathered them in the unexpected for the author’s story. Surprisingly for us, the video got into competition programs of Ukrainian and Russian festivals.

Growing up was shot in 2014 on the same titled poem of Ksana Kovalenko. On VI Festival of videopoetry Cyclop (Kiev, Ukraine) it won 3rd place. International Film poetry Festival (The institute of experimental art, Athens, Greece) – official selection. Official program of PoetryFilmParallax (UK, London, 2015). Video published a well known videopoetry-blog movingpoems.com



I Come From (3:35)

Poem: I Come From by Doireann Ní Ghríofa and students from St.Mary’s on the Hill and Terence MacSwiney Community College

Synopsis – In Spring 2015, poet Doireann Ní Ghríofa completed a writing residency in Knocknaheeny, Cork City, facilitating a community filmpoem with the young people of the area. Inspired by the poem I Come From by Robert Seatter, students from St. Mary’s on the Hill and Terence MacSwiney Community College wrote their own poems about where they come from.

Director: Peter Madden (Ireland)

Peter Madden graduated from IADT National Film School, Ireland in 2011. Currently working in photography and video advertising, he also works in short documentary, short film and music videos, editing the award winning short documentary Rose in 2011. His own directorial pieces have been screened at Irish and international film festivals. He works with two media based companies; Replayhouse and Little Beast, and has just recently co-created MadBag Films, all based in Dublin, Ireland.



In The Circus Of You (6:07)

Poem: In the Circus of You by Nicelle Davis

Synopsis – a visceral spectacle of controlled excess; it dismantles the three rings we use to contain our most domestic horrors and shows us the way through vulnerability to release. Nicelle Davis’s poetry mythologizes pain, makes grief, anger, disgust, and fear bearable by transforming them into finely wrought poems. These poems are filled with sharp edges, dissections, illusions, and images of flight; both in their language and in the ways they occupy the page. They are perfectly matched by the animation and drawings of Cheryl Gross, who translates Davis’s poetry into an equally grotesque, equally eloquent visual language.

Director: Cheryl Gross (U.S.A.)

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Cheryl Gross is an illustrator and motion graphic artist living and working in the New York area. She is a professor at Pratt Institute and Bloomfield College.

“I equate my work with creating and building an environment, transforming my inner thoughts into reality. Beginning with the physical process, I work in layers. I am involved in solving visual and verbal complexities such as design and narrative. My urban influence has indeed added an ‘edge’ to my work.” Many have compared Cheryl’s work to “Dr. Seuss on crack.”



Lot’s Wife (3:42)

Poem: Lot’s Wife by Cindy St. Onge

Synopsis – This poem challenges the Bible’s hyperbolic redaction of Lot’s account about why his wife didn’t arrive with him and his younger daughters in Zoar, after fleeing the catastrophic destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.

His version has her frozen into a pillar of salt for looking back to her home gone up in flames. My version wonders if she just turned around and went back to perish with her elder daughters and her grandchildren.

The footage alternates between a defiant wife in the 1950 Marriage for Moderns short, Who’s Boss? and flames and smoke ostensibly from the downfall of the ancient metropolis razed by God’s wrath. I threw in a snippet of the aftermath 1906 San Francisco earthquake as well.

Director: Cindy St. Onge (U.S.A.)

Cindy St. Onge is an award-winning multimedia poet based in the Pacific Northwest. Her videos will be screened for 2015 Athens Video Poetry Festival, and her video poem, The Comfort of Gravity was a juried winner for Linus Gallery’s Angst online exhibition (2015). Her poems have appeared in Apeiron Review, Gravel, Right Hand Pointing, VoiceCatcher, Cryopoetry, Dappled Things, and other print and online journals.



Memaloose Island (2:07)

Poem: Memaloose Island by Cindy St. Onge

Synopsis – Geographically, Memaloose Island was a burial ground used by the Chinook people, and is situated in the Columbia River between Mosier, Oregon, and Wishram, Washington. The poem, and its video remix are about departure from this life on to the next, the spirit being like a crow, its wings beating for release from the dying body. The Chinook tradition is to lay the body out for four days before placing it in above ground housing, tended to be a man whose title is (loosely), “turner of bones.”

Director: Cindy St. Onge (U.S.A.)

Cindy St. Onge is an award-winning multimedia poet based in the Pacific Northwest. Her videos will be screened for 2015 Athens Video Poetry Festival, and her video poem, The Comfort of Gravity was a juried winner for Linus Gallery’s Angst online exhibition (2015). Her poems have appeared in Apeiron Review, Gravel, Right Hand Pointing, VoiceCatcher, Cryopoetry, Dappled Things, and other print and online journals.



Perro de nadie (No One’s Dog) (4:15)

Poem: Perro de nadie (No One’s Dog) by Santiago Parres

SynopsisNo One’s Dog is a story about abandonment, told from the point of view of a pet that has learned to survive without its family on a hostile environment in the open, digging among the human’s leftovers…

Director: Santiago Parres (Spain)

Santiago Parres (EZO) born in Valencia – Spain, is a self taught artist, writer, photographer and filmmaker. Working with a variety of media, the graphic design led him to photography, an activity that evolved into personal footage at the beginning, and now towards more elaborate productions. He usually takes part as a photographer in short films by other directors, and his projects include the acting photography, photo shoots for companies and more recently experimental films based in own scripts.



Questions of Travel (8:10)

Poem: Questions of Travel by Elizabeth Bishop

Synopsis – This animated version of Elizabeth Bishop’s poem Questions of Travel (1956) is the second in a series of commissioned collaborations by artist Hodes and poet and critic Rees-Jones using the poemfilm both as artistic practice and vehicle for critical interpretation. Our project uses work by women writers, set at historical intervals, to open debates about female creativity. It forms part of an ongoing research project, Reimaging the Muse.

Directors: Charlotte Hodes and Deryn Rees-Jones (U.K.)

Charlotte Hodes practice is informed by her experience as a painter. Her solo exhibitions include Fragmented Images (papercuts and ceramics) at the Wallace Collection London as Associate Artist 2005-2007 supported by Arts Council England & Arts & Humanities Research Council, Marlborough Gallery 2009 & Drawing Skirts at the University of Northumbria 2008. She has exhibited at the V&A 2002; Design Museum London 2003; Jerwood Space London 2010 and the Venice Biennial 2009 & 2013. She won the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2006 and was appointed Professor in Fine Art at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London in 2012. Website.

Deryn Rees-Jones is a poet and critic. She won an Eric Gregory award in 1993 and ‘The Memory Tray’ (Seren, 1995) was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. Her other works are Signs Round a Dead Body (Seren, 1998), Quiver (Seren, 2004), and a groundbreaking critical study of twentieth-century women’s poetry, Consorting with Angels (Bloodaxe, 2005), which was published alongside her accompanying anthology Modern Women Poets (Bloodaxe, 2005).



Run Manila Run (2:50)

Poem: Run Manila Run by Chubbs Bustamante

Synopsis – Based on Chubbs Bustamante’s piece on the romanticized middle class perspective of poverty, Run Manila Run is a digital mixed media videopoem in collaboration with 18 Filipino artists. It attempts to recreate the experience of an artwork one cannot fully grasp at first, but continues to generate new meaning with each viewing.

Directors: MV Isip Tin Sartorio and Toph Doncillo (The Philippines)

MV Isip, Tin Sartorio, and Toph Doncillo graduated with degrees in Communication from the Ateneo de Manila University. In 2014, they produced the videopoem Run Manila Run as their project thesis which qualified for film festivals in the University of the Philippines, De La Salle University, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, as well as the Usurp Gallery in London.



Snowblindness (1:53)

Poem: Snowblindness by Robert Peake

Synopsis – A film-poem by Robert Peake and Valerie Kampmeier

 
Director: Robert Peake (U.K.)

Robert Peake is a British-American poet living near London. He created the Transatlantic Poetry on Air reading series. His debut full-length collection The Knowledge is now available from Nine Arches Press. He creates video poetry in collaboration with his wife, the composer and pianist Valerie Kampmeier. Their work has been officially selected for film festivals in England, Scotland, Wales, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Greece, and the USA.



Solomon (4:47)

Poem: Solomon by Judenald Marcus Penders

Synopsis – This film can be surmised as Youth: Searching, but as always it is about love, as everything is about love.

Directors: Shane Vaughan and Lucy Dawson (Ireland/Scotland)

Lucy Dawson is a contemporary dance artist, photographer and videographer. Lucy has been involved in numerous diverse projects, ranging from dance performances, to music videos, adverts, plays, musicals, site specific projects and films. Having completed her MA Contemporary Dance at the Irish World Academy, she continues to work in UL as a lecturer and videographer.

Shane Vaughan is a writer with an interest in film. His work has been published variously online and in print. He runs a poetry night called Stanzas in Limerick City. This is his first serious film project.



The Plains of Asphodel (2:23)

Poem: The Plains of Asphodel by Cindy St. Onge

Synopsis – Greek mythology’s ghostly asphodel meadows convey the helplessness and lack of volition experienced in the poem, as she struggles, desperate to break free from the ennui and catatonia of a depressive episode.

Director: Cindy St. Onge (U.S.A.)

Cindy St. Onge is an award-winning multimedia poet based in the Pacific Northwest. Her videos will be screened for 2015 Athens Video Poetry Festival, and her video poem, The Comfort of Gravity was a juried winner for Linus Gallery’s Angst online exhibition (2015). Her poems have appeared in Apeiron Review, Gravel, Right Hand Pointing, VoiceCatcher, Cryopoetry, Dappled Things, and other print and online journals.



Tonight is for the Trees (2:21)

Poem: Tonight is for the Trees by Sasha Patterson

Synopsis – “Tonight is for the willows that don’t weep any more.” A short poetry-film based on a spoken word piece, produced as part of a Cinepoetry program run by Artspace, an artist-run-centre in Peterborough.

Director: Matthew Hayes (Canada)

Matthew Hayes is a filmmaker, academic and artist, based in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. His is currently pursuing his PhD in Canadian Studies at Trent University. His short films have screened in Canada, the US and Europe, and he is currently working on his first feature documentary film about poverty in Peterborough.



Competition Shortlist – Screening B (55:37)

Saturday 10th October @ 7.30pmSmurfit Theatre, Firkin Crane



Banshees (3:00)

Poem: Banshees by Gaia Holmes

Synopsis – Powerless to help, John is forced to watch as his partner gradually fades away.

 
Director: James Starkie (U.K.)

James Starkie is an upcoming film director based in Manchester. His early short films the Ice Hotel and The Dredd were screened at several film festivals across the world. His follow up Banshees based on the poem by Gaia Holmes is currently playing internationally at festivals.



Poema Cas’leluia & Final Brega (take dezessete) (Poem with Flying Termites & Cheesy Ending [take seventeen]) (1:30)

Poem: Poema Cas’leluia & Final Brega (take dezessete) (Poem with Flying Termites & Cheesy Ending [take seventeen]) by Bagadefente

Synopsis – Once again I swept the house, made the bed, washed the dishes & you didn’t come…

Director: Bagadefente (Brazil)

Bagadefente is a Brazilian self-taught multimedia artist, who creates works in several languages & media Chance and Chaos as its main creative tools.

Poet, pirate & phather, after 10 years living in São Paulo, left the grey big city by the little green countryside and since 2011 lives in a rural area, 200km far from the capital, splitting his time between his artworks and commissioned jobs as writer, videomaker and freelancer graphic artist. his works can be conferred on www.nada.art.br



DBL PNDLM (8:07)

Poem: DBL PNDLM by Michael Harrell

Synopsis – a 3-part series of short films adapted from the poetry of Michael Harrell

 
Director: Sam Pool (U.S.A.)

Sam Pool and Michael Harrell grew up in New Mexico, USA. Sam became a filmmaker; Michael became a poet. In 2014, they met in the deserts of their homeland to collaborate on DBL PNDLM, a film that incorporates three poems from Michael’s debut book by the same name.



FUCKING HIM (1:45)

Poem: FUCKING HIM by C.O.Moed

Synopsis
What is fucking? What is love?
What’s the difference? When do you know?

Directors: C.O. Moed and Adrian Garcia Gomez (U.S.A.)

Adrian Garcia Gomez is an interdisciplinary artist working in film/video, photography and illustration. His artwork, which is largely autobiographical, explores the complexities of race, immigration, gender, spirituality and sexuality. His short experimental films, photographs and drawings have exhibited around the world. He currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. (superadriancito.com)

C.O. Moed chronicles the heart and soul of a disappearing family and a city in the throws of extinction and evolution on IT WAS HER NEW YORK. A recipient of the Elizabeth George Grant for fiction and a Rockefeller Media Arts nominee, her short stories and dramatic works have been published in several anthologies and literary reviews. (myprivateconey.com and myprivateconey.blogspot.com)



HYPNOSIS (1:37)

Poem: HYPNOSIS by Hrytsko Chubai

Synopsis – TV has a hypnotic effect.

Director: Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk (Ukraine)

Born in 1983 in Uman, Ukraine. Graduated the Architecture faculty of Chernovtsy Technical College. Graduated in Philosophy and Theology Chernivtsy National University. Worked as an artist at a cinema, as a cameraman for television, as a presenter on the radio. In 2013 graduated from Kyiv National Karpenko-Karyy University of Theatre, Cinema and Television Spetialisation – feature film director, Michail Illenko`s studio. During his studies at the university, he made several short films, which were participating and received awards at different international festivals. Participant of the Berlinale Talent Campus 2013. Contributor of the documentary project Babylon#13 (cinema of civil protest) Kyiv, Ukraine. Stependiat program Minister of Culture of Poland “GAUDE POLONIA” 2015.



In The Air (2:40)

Poem: In the Air by Kate Sweeney

SynopsisIn the Air is a hand-drawn animation of short elliptical sequences taken from four interviews with the poets Jackie Kay, Gwyneth Lewis, CK Williams and Carolyn Forche in the Bloodaxe Digital Archive at Newcastle University. Gesture is communication that is also a kind of drawing in the air.

Director: Kate Sweeney (U.K.)

Kate Sweeney is a visual artist and filmmaker who has been producing film and video work, public events and exhibitions regionally, nationally and internationally for around ten years. She has artist in residence with the Bloodaxe Digital Archive project since 2013. She was shortlisted, with Colette Bryce for the 2013 Ted Hughes prize for New Works in Poetry. Kate teaches and facilitates art, film and animation in a variety of academic and education contexts.



Intertwined (1:57)

Poem: Intertwined by Eleni Cay

Synopsis – This videopoem was made in response to Eleni Cay’s poem Intertwined. Hand drawn animation with graphite, gouache, and pastel is used to capture the intertwined relationship between Man and Earth, Sun and Moon, Ying and Yang. The two forces are not in opposition but in synergistic relationship to each other, giving rise to love and new life.

Director: Eleni Cay (U.K./Canada)

Eleni’s first collection, A butterfly’s shivering in the digital age was published in 2013, after she won a national poetry competition in her native country Slovakia. The collection is currently being translated into French, German and English. Eleni’s English language poems featured in MK Calling in 2013 and 2015, appeared in anthologies, poetry magazines (e.g., Allegro, Canopic Jar, Sentinel Literary Quarterly) and have also been recreated as poetryfilms and dancepoems. Eleni is currently Poet in Residence at the Westbury Arts Centre, Buckinghamshire.

Beyon is an artist, illustrator, animator, and songwriter, from Halifax. Their work is about the importance of everything and the importance of self, or the opposite. The complexities of nature, and the simplicity of our hearts. Sending ourselves into the darkest places with offerings of fear, like seeds planted somewhere you only visit when you are lost.



Kaspar Hauser Song (3:14)

Poem: Kaspar Hauser Song by Georg Trakl

Synopsis – The poem Kaspar Hauser Lied by Georg Trakl was written in 1913. Kaspar Hauser (30 April 1812 (?) – 17 December 1833) was a German youth who claimed to have grown up in the total isolation of a darkened cell. Hauser’s claims, and his subsequent death by stabbing, sparked much debate and controversy. (Wikipedia)

Director: Susanne Wiegner (Germany)

Susanne Wiegner studied architecture at the Academy of fine Arts in Munich and at Pratt Institute in New York City. She works as an architect and 3D-artist in Munich, Germany. In addition to projects in real space, for several years she has been creating 3D computer animations dealing with literature and with virtual space. Venues where her work have been shown include the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the Jenisch Haus in Hamburg, the Art + Technology Center EYEBEAM in New York City, the ZKM in Karsruhe and festivals in Marseille, Rotterdam, Berlin, Athens, Lisbon, Copenhagen, New Delhi, Damascus, Beirut, Vienna, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Moscow, London, Macau, Sao Paulo etc.



PalabrapelículA (WordmoviE) (2:46)

Poem: PalabrapelículA (WordmoviE) by Celia Parra

SynopsisWordmoviE explores how language and image influence our way of perceiving reality and defining ourselves. How we want to be defined but also free to write our future and decide who we are.

Directors: Belén Montero and Celia Parra (Spain)

Celia Parra is a film producer and award-winning poet. With experience in literature, audiovisual communication and production, she has worked for the most representative Galician producer companies. As a poet, she has received diverse prizes (Ánxel Casal, Avelina Valladares…), published an individual poem collection (No berce das mareas, Ed. Fervenza), an audiopoetry CD (RECVERSO) and participated in several collective publications. She currently drives her creative processes towards the hybridisation between poetry and other formats.



Poemotus 1915 (1:32)

Poem: Poemotus 1915 by Dimitri Ruggeri

SynopsisPoemotus 1915 is the first video poetry in commemoration of the 1915 earthquake that struck Italy on January 13th of the same year, causing thirthy thousand victims. The basic idea is about melting images, words and music, and it’s inspired by Kintsugi – a Japanese technique which fixes, by melting gold or silver, broken goods, transforming them into something precious, with the awareness that pain healed with precious metals will turn into an interior and aesthetic value.

Director: Marco Di Gennaro (Italy)

Marco Di Gennaro is an independent video/filmaker born in Avezzano, lives and works in Italy. As a freelance he shoots documentaries for national broadcasting. He’s also a photographer, director of photography and art director for advertising agencies. In spare time works in social, fine art and non profit projects with other artists.



Shizen/Natural (7:15)

Poem: On Looking at Mount Fuji by Yamabe no Akahito

Synopsis – Shizen is the Japanese word for nature and the video reflects our relationship to nature by transposing the Makimono – the traditional Japanese horizontal hand scroll – into a contemporary manner. Throughout the year seasonal motifs are changed – accordingly spring, summer, autumn and winter progress as well as the destruction of our environment.

Director: Christin Bolewski (Germany)

Christin Bolewski is a digital media artist and experimental filmmaker from Germany. Undergraduate studies in film, video and photography, postgraduate studies in audiovisual media at Academy of Media Arts Cologne Germany. Researcher and lecturer at Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Konstfack Stockholm, UCSC California, Loughborough University. Professorship in Audiovisual Media FH Lemgo Germany. Her work is a critical investigation of the potential of digital media to expand the aesthetic possibilities of audiovisual / film art. It includes video installation, genre mix, alternation and remediation of traditional art concepts / film structures, nonlinear storytelling, combination of still / moving image, video / photography.



Snow (3:31)

Poem: Snö by Marie Silkeberg

Synopsis – a film of whirling, disappearing words and images, two voices in translation, migration and mourning.

What does it mean to give and take?

The trees look like ghosts, the birds resemble snowflakes, the snowflakes seem like ashes.
Snow vortex – pain and intensity – joy for some, demise for freezing others. / Borders – a death sentence on people. / The sea turned into a child-devouring predator. / A black and white world.

Directors: Marie Silkeberg and Ghayath Almadhoun (Sweden)

Marie Silkeberg is a poet, translator and non-fiction writer. She lives in Sweden, has published seven collections of poetry, Material 2010 and Till Damaskus 2014 being the most recent.

Ghayath Almadhoun is a Palestinian poet, born in Syria, now living in Sweden. He has published four collections of poetry and been translated into Dutch, German, English, Swedish, Slovenian, French etc.

Together they have written the poetry collection: Till Damaskus 2014 and made five poetry films: Ödeläggelse 2009, The City 2012, Your Memory is My Freedom 2012, The Celebration 2014, Snow 2015.



Two Minutes (9:47)

Poem: Broken Dreams by William Butler Yeats

Synopsis – Michelle sits at the bar and watches the clock. In two minutes she will know the truth. Whatever happens now, life will not be how it was before. Walter decides that now is a good time to read to her.

Director: Eoghan O’Reilly (Ireland)

Eoghan O’Reilly is a visual artist and art educator working in Dublin. Eoghan graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 1991 with a BA Degree in Fine Art. He has exhibited in Ireland, Europe and Australia. He taught drawing and printmaking at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art and Design from 2001 – 2007 and currently teaches drawing, painting and printmaking at Inchicore College of Further Education. Eoghan has worked in theatre set design, producing designs for Core Theatre Productions, Buala Bos productions and Little Elf and has worked with directors including Derek Chapman and Mark Lambert. Two Minutes is his first short film. Eoghan wrote, directed and edited the film which stars Brendan Brendan Conroy and Emma Hopkins.



Water Girls (3:29)

Poem: Water Girls by Maria Galina

Synopsis – The film is made based on the poem by Maria Galina. Our past is the city at the ocean bottom. We are living out there but sometimes we are trying to swim out. And nothing happens. Only the water girls dream about the captain in white tunic, who will pick them up to the top, to the land. But usually nothing good happens when residents of one element fall into another element.

Director: Mikhail Kvadratov (Russia)

Mikhail Kvadratov graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, PhD in Biophysics. Kvadratov has published two books of poetry and book of prose. His poetry has been published in the main Russian literary journals. He has made several poetry films in cooperation with Russian well-known poets. He was short-lister of both the CYCLOP-2014 Poetry Film Festival (Ukraine) and the 5TH LEG-2014 Poetry Film Festival (Russia).



You Won’t Come Back (3:30)

Poem: LXVII by Alfonsina Storni

SynopsisYou Won’t Come Back starts from a poem of Alfonsina Storni, of his book “Poems of love” written in 1926 immediately after an unhappy love affair. In the beginning of the book, the poet warns: “These poems are simple phrases of love states written in a few days, some time ago. This small work is neither a literary work nor claims it”. After “Poems of love”, Storni kept silence during nine years

Director: Hernán Talavera (Spain)

Spanish artist Hernán Talavera explores visual and conceptual possibilities of the environment in search of underlying poetry. His work has been awarded with more than thirty national and international prizes including Best Experimental Work Prize (61º Mostra Internazionale del Cortometraggio Montecatini, Italy), International Experimental Prize (Architecture Film Festival, Santiago de Chile) or Best Editing Prize (40 Festival Alcine, Spain). His audiovisual work has been screened at national and international film festivals in countries including Canada, Germany, France, England, Greece, Peru, Russia, Poland, Colombia, Scotland, Italy, Bolivia, Portugal, Serbia, Mexico, Spain, Albania or Chile.



PoetryFilm Screening (1 hour)

Sunday 11th October @ 4.00pmSmurfit Theatre, Firkin Crane




PoetryFilm in Cork

PoetryFilm is the influential research art project founded by British artist Zata Banks in 2002, exploring and exhibiting experimental text / image / sound material. For the PoetryFilm screening in Cork, Zata will introduce a curated selection of short film artworks, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms.

Since 2002, Zata Banks has presented over 70 PoetryFilm events at venues including Tate Britain, The ICA, CCCB Barcelona, O Miami, The Groucho Club, Cannes Film Festival, The Royal College of Art, FACT Liverpool, Mengi Reykjavik and Curzon Cinemas. Zata has judged poetry film prizes for the Southbank Centre in London, Zebra Festival in Berlin, CYCLOP Festival in Kiev, and for the American journal Carbon Culture Review. PoetryFilm is supported by Arts Council England, and is a member of Film Hub London, part of the BFI Audience Network. The PoetryFilm Archive, which at present contains over 1,000 artworks, welcomes submissions all year round.

“Founded by artist Zata [Banks] over a decade ago, the PoetryFilm art project continues to play with the avant-garde” – AQNB magazine, 2014




 

CORTOMETRAJES FINALISTAS DE ANIMAINZÓN 2015

Estos son los 20 trabajos finalistas de Animainzón 2015. La proyección pública tendrá lugar el día 2 de octubre, sábado, a las 19,00 horas en el cine de Ainzón, llevándose a cabo la votación del público a la finalización del pase. Los premiados se darán a conocer el domingo 4 por la tarde en el transcurso de la ceremonia de clausura de las XII Jornadas de Cine de Ainzón.

+ ARTE, de Luz Beloso
ABIADURA / VELOCIDAD, de Sonia Estévez Fernández
BAILARÁS EN EL INFIERNO, de Conflictivos Productions
CHUPASANGRES, de Gallego Bros
COSAS QUE QUISE HACER, de Gerardo de la Fuente López
EL LUGAR ADECUADO, de F. Franco y B. Arostegui (Ferdyduke Prod. - OffEcam)
EL NORTE, de Juan José Zanoletty
ESCORIA, de Giovanni Maccelli (Zampanò Producciones)
HOW TO ACT IN CASE OF A HNS SPILL, de Luis Navarro
CORTO MILENIO, de Alumnos EASD Serra y Abella de Barcelona
OTOÑO, de David y Jorge López Ania
PERRO DE NADIE, de Santiago Parres
POR LAS RAMAS, de Nukka Producciones
PORTRAIT OF A WINDUP MAKER, de Darío Pérez Moreno
PRELUDIO, de David Fidalgo Omil
PSYCHO TROOPER, de Pablo Llorens Serrano
THE RIGHT WAY, de Emilio Yebra García
TOUCHED, de Cristina Guisado y Ludwig Camarillo
UNA GALLINA, de Alejandra Arboleda
URÓBOROS, de Iria Cabrera (Banatufilmak)

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