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OFF-CRIMMP_CINEMA_05

same program on saturday evening, 1 october and sunday evening, 2 october - start 20:30 hrs.

program:

YOU CAN’T AUTOMATE ME | katerina jazbec | 2021

YOU CAN’T AUTOMATE ME | katarina jazbec | 2021 | 20'59"

before container ships leave port, lashers secure the containers using heavy metal bars. _they are the last port workers to do such dangerous jobs. _in an equally physical cinematic style, each body tells its own story: from grieving for a colleague who died on the job to just keeping going

 

SO LOUD THE SKY CAN HEAR US | lavinia xausa | 2022

SO LOUD THE SKY CAN HEAR US | lavinia xausa | 2022 | 20'

‘so loud the sky can hear us’ explores the identity of a group of feyenoord supporters. _they unfold a hidden world of faith, love, compassion, and vulnerability. _as xausa attempts to trace back the ‘lost voice of god’ among the voices of the supporters, she wonders how the lost monophony of ancient chants may turn into a new polyphony

 

FACE HOME VIEW (16 mm) | raquel vermunt | 2021

FACE HOME VIEW (16 mm) | raquel vermunt | 2021 | 9'38"

‘face home view’ was created during a self-organized work period in the former kriterion, the cinema on top of the groothandelsgebouw in rotterdam. _the hall still exists, but has long since ceased to be used as a cinema. _accompanied by a soundscape by wouter van nienes, the camera scans the space and slides along soft walls, far views, tiles and old cinema seats. _the work “listens to the echoes of time passing, revealing traces of life, sounds and movements. _ephemeral moments captured by the silent walls of the location the work portrays. _the space stands still and stares out”, vermunt describes. _she presents the work, which was originally made for video, on 16 mm. _with this copy she wants to push light, space and sound into the celluloid and then project it back into space

 

THE PRICE FOR FIRE | rossella nisio | 2022

THE PRICE FOR FIRE | rossella nisio | 2022 | 18'40"

in the afternoon of december 21, 1976, an accident shakes the town of r. to its foundations: a young man called m. dies in a fire at his home; a shock to the local politically involved youth. _m. was known as an activist, but behind his committed public persona he wrote poems about his anguish under the pseudonym of “drifter”. _these poems, with elements from his life, form the core of ‘the price for fire’

 

INVERSE ME | nina catharina markus | 2019

INVERSE ME | nina catharina markus | 2019 | 4’49”

no balance without contrasts.
in this fully hand drawn animation the abstract term “inverse” is being visualized. _the main character tries to escape a black and white world but is trapped in a loop of tunnels. _with every tunnel, she discovers a new rule of this unknown world

 

 

• CONTINUOUS IN THE HALL

M.L. JANUARY 2021 | nanouk leopold | 2021

M.L. JANUARY 2021 | LeopoldEmmen | 2021 | 25’

multi-channel video installation, hd video, sound

 

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