Eyemo Rolls – Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires – 24 Nov 2017

Es oblicuo pero está todo ahí / It’s Oblique But It’s All There
Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina,
7pm Friday 24 November 2017

Screening and artists talk.  Eyemo rolls was presented in special screening at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, the final event of the year for the El Cine Ee Otra Cosa / Cinema is Another thing the cycle curated by Gabriela Golder and Andrés Denegri. The screening will include works by Tanatchai Bandasak, Shannon Te Ao, Chen Chieh-jen, Mok Chui-Yu, Laida Lexthundi, Chick Strand and Tito & Tita.

Programme order:

1. Eyemo Rolls #86, #1-3 (George Clark, 35mm, 4 min)
2. Left to run to seed (Tanatchai Bandasak, Thailand, HD video, 2016, silent, 3.12 min)
3. Eyemo Rolls #26-27 (George Clark, 35mm, 3 min)
4. My Tears Are Dry (Laida Lertxundi, USA, 2009, 16mm, 4 mins)
5. Eyemo Rolls #57-60 (George Clark, 35mm, 4 min)
6. Letter to the Young Intellectuals of Hong Kong (Mok Chiu-yu & Li Ching, Hong Kong, 1978, 35mm [on digital], 15 min)
7. Eyemo Rolls #24-25, #74-76 (George Clark, 35mm, 4 min)
8. Dysfunction No.3 (Chen Chieh-jen, Taiwan, 1983, 8mm [on digital], 8 min)
9. Eyemo Rolls #87-92 (George Clark, 35mm, 6 min)
10. Guacamole (Chick Strand, USA / Mexico, 1976, 16mm, 10 min)
11. Eyemo Rolls #33-34, (George Clark, 35mm, 3 min)
12. Untitled (Epilogue) (Shannon Te Ao, Aotearoa New Zealand 2015, 5 min)
13. Eyemo Rolls #120-121, #124 (George Clark, 35mm, 3 min)
14. Director’s Cat, (Tito & Tita, Philippines, 2013, 16mm [on digital], 2.30 min)
15. Eyemo Rolls #81-84, (George Clark, 35mm, 4 min)

Sea of Clouds – 34th Kasseler Dokfest – Nov 2017

34th Kasseler Dokfest
14-19 November 2017

Sea of Clouds has its German premiere in programme ‘Regarding Resistance’ with works by belit sağ, Michelle Williams Gamaker, Rosalind Nashashibi, Lucy Skaer and Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski

Regarding Resistance
Often only what is visible and what is manifested itself in an images is believed. Visibility is never given, but is always produced in conjunction with knowledge and power structures. The five films describe this relationship through different aesthetic and political strategies and deal with the struggles and the knowledge of their black protagonists. The positions of the filmmakers produce a resistant gaze, a counter-narrative to the colonial, western narrative.

Unearthing. In Conversation (Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, Austria, 2017)
Why Are You Angry
(Rosalind Nashashibi &Lucy Skaer, UK/French-Polynesia, 2017)
House of Women
(Michelle Williams Gamaker, UK, 2017)
Sea of Clouds (George Clark, UK/Taiwan, 2016)
(belit sağ, Netherlands, 2016)