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SoundImageCulture Presentations
14/02/2017 - 11:20

SoundImageCulture (SIC) is an international arts workshop focused on artistic-anthropological research and support for audiovisual art forms. On February 23 and 24, participants of 2015 and 2016 will present their films and installations in the Beursschouwburg in Brussels. Participating artists are Amir Yatziv, Julia Clever, Amélie Derlon Cordina, Samah Hijawi, Bruno Vandenberghe, Janine Prins, Greet Brauwers, Sophie Sherman a.o. You can find the whole program on their website.

Het Bos: Visite II
09/02/2017 - 13:45

“An 11-day film program in the presence of the makers. Every evening, food will be served, by OTARK or others. We invite the makers to show their work and ask them to bring along a movie to discuss what inspires them.” 

For the second time De Imagerie and Het Bos invite you for Visite, a film program composed by filmmakers Anne Reijniers and Eva van Tongeren. The eleven artists for this edition are Leander Coorevits, Simon Patoor, Sirah Foighel Brutmann & Eitan Efrat, Robin Vanbesien, An van Dienderen, Hannah Bailliu, Peter Snowdon, Emmy Oost, Hilde D’haeyere, Effi Weiss & Amir Borenstein and Bryana Fritz. The whole program can be found on the website of De Imagerie. You can find our selection here.

Béla Tarr: Till the End of the World
04/01/2017 - 16:03

EYE Amsterdam’s new exhibition revolves around Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr and runs from 21 January until 7 May.

Tarr considers [his last film] The Turin Horse (2011) to be a film about the end of the world and thus, at the same time, the end of his own filmography. He could not imagine ever making another film that was more pared down and heavier, more reduced to its essence, than The Turin Horse. Since then, Tarr has run a film school in Sarajevo. For the exhibition at EYE, however, he has once again picked up the camera to film two new scenes. His anger at attitudes to migrants among people in Europe, and particularly in Hungary, has compelled him to make a statement.

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Tarr has developed an exhibition that is a cross between a film, a theatre set and an installation. He wants to give a voice to the vast numbers of migrants who have been left stranded in Europe over the past two years. In his films Tarr has always presented the downside of progress, the other side of the coin. It therefore comes as no surprise that he feels called upon to make a statement against the inhuman treatment of thousands of migrants who are trying to give their lives a dignity that – in Europe – is denied them. (EYE)

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26/02/2017 - 15:00 to 17:00
Het Bos, Antwerp
26/02/2017 - 16:00 to 18:00
Buda, kortrijk
26/02/2017 - 18:00 to 19:45
Cinema Zuid, Antwerp
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