FLAMIN Newsletter - 21 January 2011
Date posted: 21.01.2011
Rotterdam Line Up Announced
The programme for this year's Rotterdam Film Festival (26 January - 6 February) has now been announced. FLAMIN-supported works among the selected films include, Beatrice Gibson's The Future's Getting Old Like the Rest of Us and Otolith Group's Otolith III.
This year's programme also features work by FLAMIN-supported artists: Laure Prouvost; Ben Rivers; Elizabeth Price; and Desperate Optimists.
Sundance Film Festival
Mark Boulos' FLAMIN-supported film All That is Solid Melts into Air will screen at this year's Sundance Film Festival (20-30 January).
Boulos' LAFVA-funded documentary is programmed under the New Frontiers section and will be presented as a two screen installation throughout the Festival.
Slow Action at Matt's Gallery
From 26 January until 20 March, Matt's Gallery will present Slow Action, the latest film by FLAMIN-supported artist Ben Rivers.
Slow Action is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film that brings together a series of four 16mm works which exist somewhere between documentary, ethnographic study and fiction.
Call for Dance Films
Chisenhale Dance Space is inviting submissions of new dance films, of no more than 15 minutes in length, for inclusion in the 2011 TV Dinners Festival.
TV Dinners is a yearly festival celebrating dance, film and food at Chisenhale Dance space. The deadline for submissions is 7 February.
Skladanowsky Brothers Talk
On Tuesday 25 January (6.30pm) Kingston Museum will host a free (booking essential) talk on the extraordinary work of the Skladanowsky Brothers, who staged the first-ever screening of films for a public audience, in 1895.
The talk is part of series of events programmed around Tate Britain's Eadweard Muybridge exhibition.