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Gowanus Experimental Filmfest
STH Spaces @ Gowanus Arts Building
Brooklyn, NY
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Gowanus Experimental Filmfest
Gowanus Experimental Film Fest
April 3-5, 2015
Gowanus Arts 295 Douglass Street (between 3rd & 4th Avenues)
Advanced tickets $10/ Weekend pass $25
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The Gowanus Experimental Film Festival features over 20 artists working in animation, narrative, documentary, experimental film, and video.

Starting with Lynne Sachs' feature presentation of Your Day is My Night on March 27th, the festival continues April 3-5 with a superb line up of shorts:

Friday April 3, 8:30pm
Doors open 8:00

MONO NO AWARE SPRING MIX '15

MONO NO AWARE is a cinema arts non-profit organization based in Brooklyn, New York.  Working counter culture to the singular / passive viewing experience of digital media and streaming online content, the organization promotes human connectivity through education and exhibition of cinema in a variety of forms. This screening program presents a selection of work made members of the MNA community.

Featuring:
In Springtime, 2012 (16mm, color, 3 min, silent) Joel Schlemowitz
The Glowing Woman, 2007 (16mm, 5 min, sound) Joel Schlemowitz
Camera Roll (for Taylor), 2008 (16mm, black & white, 3 min) Joel Schlemowitz
Ozu World 1.1 Jeff Costello (16mm Color Animation, 0:41, Silent) Richie Abraham
kym, 2014  (Super 8mm to HDV, 5 min, silent) Laura Bartczak
Surface Copernicus, 2014 (Super 8mm to HDV, 5 min, digital sound) Kyle Corea
POW!, 2014 (Super 8mm to HDV, 3 min, silent) Rachael Guma
Luciferia, Locks of Horror, 2014 (Super 8mm to HDV, 2 min, silent) Twiggs Gorie
Old Growth, 2014 (16mm, Color, 8 min, sound) Ryan Marino
Magia Negra/Corazón 2012 (16mm dual projection 3min, sound) Uzi Sabah
Sneyd Green, 2015 (16mm dual projection, 11 min, digital sound) Simon Liu
Untitled, 2014 (16mm Color and Black & White, 9 min, Unsynchronized Sound) Zach Hart
Garland, 2013 (16mm film, 2 minutes, optical sound) Christopher Gorski
Living Fossil, 2014 (16mm to HDV, 2 min, sound) Sean Hanley
WORKING FROM HOME, 2014 (16mm to HDV, 3 min, sound) Sean Hanley
Mira, 2014 (16mm film, 4 min, silent) Craig Scheihing
Scalp Massage, 2013/2015 (16mm film, 5 min, silent) Kenny Curwood
femme siréne, 2015 (16mm, 1min 27sec, digital sound) Julie Orlick
Chorus I, V, VIII 2015 (16mm black and white film with dry photographic reagents, 18 minutes, silent) Josh Lewis

*This program will showcase work on Super 8mm and 16mm film presented on its original format where possible.

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Saturday April 4, 7:00pm
Doors open 6:30

GOWANUS UNDERGROUND (Rated R) Curated by M. Woods, assisted by Simon Liu

A night of avant-garde shorts from Michael Robinson, MM Serra, Jason Halprin, Bobby Abate, Jessie Stead, Mark Street and many more. Thematically the screening presents a mediated spectrum from analog film and video, to mixed media to digital degradation, focusing on the sub/terranean/conscious manufacturing and weaving of cinematic reality.

Featuring:
Mark Street - Brooklyn Promenade (3:00)
Lorenzo Gattorna - Marshy Place Across (4:35)
Margaret Rorison - Gowanus Haze (5:00)
Jason Halprin - Agnes and Me (6:30)
Lorenzo Gattorna - Sunrise Fires (6:25)
Simon Liu - Donkeyriding (10:00)
MM Serra and Josh Lewis - Enduring Ornament (14:00)
Bobby Abate - A few extra copies (9:15)
Nick Heppding - RGB (4:30)
Cassandra Sechler - Wireboy (14:45)
M Woods - Post Panoptic Gazing at the Digital Sickness (Radiating from the Numb Spiral) (7:00)
MM Serra - Art parade (5:00)
Mark Street - After Synchromy (5:12)
Sarah Dahnke - Untitled America Project (6:00)
Jessie Stead - Haribo/pretty bags (2:11)
Michael Robinson - The Dark Krystle (9:30)
Bryn Jackson - GhostStream.360 (5:35)
Bobby Abate - Dirty Code (5:16)
Jason Halprin - Imperfect Video (20:00)

Q&A

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Sunday April 5, 7:00 PM
Doors open 6:30 PM

BROOKLYN ZOO (Rated R) Curated by M. Woods, assisted by Simon Liu

A kaleidoscope of surreal narrative, experimental animation, celluloid destruction, psychedelic trips, ethnographic experimental docs, and personal essays. It brings together filmmakers from the 5 boroughs for a local treat capped off with a collection of shorts by Brooklyn Filmmaker's Collective's, Keith Miller.

Steve Girard - T. rex/wutang (2:47)
Jessie Stead - How to Quit Smoking at the Moon Hotel (5:40)
Steve Girard - Film - (0:20)
Nick Heppding - Decoy Museum (3:54)
Steve Girard - wawd ahp (2:54)
Bobby Abate - A Party Record Packed with Sex and Sadness (10:00)
Steve Girard - Microcosm (1:00)
Michelle Chu - State Park (13:00)
Jimmy Ferguson - Mon Reve Familier (18:00)
Steve Girard - The Rise and Fall of Phyllis the Human Duck - (1:00)
Michelle Chu & Simon Liu - Ditchwork (18:00)
INTERMISSION
A collection of shorts by Keith Miller

Please Note: Doors open 1/2 hr before each screening, those arriving 15 minutes after screening begins may not be admitted.

Location

STH Spaces @ Gowanus Arts Building (View)
295 Douglass St.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States


Categories

Film > Festivals
Film > Movies

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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