Danza y cultura en red | Dança e cultura em rede
Hora: diciembre 7, 2009 hasta abril 30, 2010
Ubicación | Locação: Inglaterra, Liverpool
Página Web o mapa | Site ou Mapa: http://www.movementonscreen.o…
Tipo de evento: international, festival, of, movement, on, screen
Organizado por: moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen
Últimas: 7 Dic | Dez 2009
MOVES10: FRAMING MOTION | 21-25 APRIL 2010 | LIVERPOOL
Right in the middle of a world-wide tour that's taking the best of moves09 as far as Glasgow, Australia, Hungary, Spain, Brazil or Russia moves returns to the North West. Showcasing the most recent and fascinating works that examine movement on screen moves will takeover the renowned cultural centre The Bluecoat (Liverpool) from 21 to 25 April 2010.
Established in the North West of England, moves is the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental short film and new media with a unique focus on movement on screen, exploring new ways of telling stories through films, installations and screen-based works.
moves10 is preparing for its 6th edition in April 2010 with a new and exciting programme going more international than ever and presenting work indoors and outdoors, featuring international screenings, talks, interactive installations, workshops and live events.
OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES - only one week to go!
Entry forms can be downloaded from www.movementonscreen.org.uk
Deadline Sunday 13 December.
moves is now inviting artists to submit their work for inclusion in the 2010 festival programme.
moves10 expands the open call and welcomes screen-based installations as well as films and papers exploring movement through its context.
The works must have been completed from January 2008 onwards.
Under the theme “Framing Motion”, the festival will explore how practitioners choose to frame movement through their choice of setting and context, viewed through the eyes of the director, choreographer, animator,... in defining the boundaries for screen-based works. These can be real worlds or imaginary, abstract, impossible or augmented environments defined by a specific visual intent.
In looking at methods of capturing a sense of pulse and energy, we also investigate definitions of stillness. Rather than contradicting our central motif, it is the dialogue of pause-and-release through which motion occurs: capturing - if only for a moment - the essence of life ablaze.