Posts Tagged: Himiko

‘Trapped Between Frames’in Brighton Cinecity at Fabrica Gallery.10th Anniversary of Moving Image University of Brighton. 21st November 2018

This Wednesday 21st of November my stereoscopic film ‘Trapped Between Frames’ is screened in Brighton Cinecity at Fabrica Gallery , 9pm, the two programs have been curated by Matthew Noel-Tod as part of 10 anniversary of Moving Image University of Brighton and starts at 19h. I wish I could be present for such a special event. Limited seating available on door. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/322643991853048/

http://www.cine-city.co.uk/event/moving-image-10th-anniversary/?fbclid=IwAR0dsE0OdpWAdsMjDlddBm8I33zjcCsPJwaIcN9ZBG8wRQaSZbY1ddpa2u8

 

Filmint review of Trapped Bteween Frames by David Finkelstein

Here a link to the review of my film Trapped Between Frames ( 2014 ) written by David Finkelstein for Filmint :

Film Scratches: Moving Between the Worlds – Trapped Between Frames (2014)

 

 

Review on Häxän Project. Other cinema screening at ATA. San Francisco. October 2016

 

Häxän Project

Last night, Other Cinema hosted a gathering of witches, both embodied and bound in celluloid. The night began with a brewing of cups by the Church of Color and Light, a local ritualistic performance collective that uses overhead projection, dance movement, and incantation for audience involvement and transformation. One slithering spirit even abandoned a rubber snake in my lap. Soundtracked by the buzzing of flies, their cultus ceremony set tone for a spooky evening with intermittent camera flashes punctuating the dark.

Cohesively curated experimental film and video from past iterations of the Häxän Festival filled the remainder of the evening’s program. Häxän celebrates witchcraft and the personal occult from a feminine perspective, with all works curated and made by women. The program was strong yet scrappy, with a generous dose of silence and nudity. A couple of pieces veered too close to the works of experimental film great Maya Deren (unsurprisingly) and animator Lewis Klahr, to be truly original.  But the lovely, ghostly Trapped Between Frames by Nazare Soares seemed outright possessed with its multi-exposed film frames trembling and twitching

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Other Cinema: HÄXÄN WITCHES & ASTRAL VISIONS 29th October 2016

My stereoscopic film Trapped Between Frames will be shown on the 29th of October at Artist Television Access in San Francisco as part of HÄXÄN project:

http://www.atasite.org/?p=11132

After 2 epic Autumns in the East Bay, the Haxan Project now sets up stakes in the Mission, to initiate a Big-City audience into its irresistible cycle of wicca-ed cinema, with a tent-full of works—all women-made—capped by a provocative live performance! Curators Courtney Fellion, Phaedra Restad, and Hannah Schulman have hand-picked the very best work from their wildly creative coven, including transformative pieces from Gina Basso, Karissa Hahn, Leslie Supnet, Sarah Rooney, Natalie Tsui, Nazar Soares, Laura Conway, Lili White, and Julia Triangular—all to be consummated in the rites of the Church of Color and Light, whose overhead projections and hypnotic incantations promise a path to thee metaphysical via our beloved smoke machine! Free mulled wine.

HÄXÄN – O Oculto Pessoal, no Festival Internacional de Cinema Dobra, 3rd september 2016 . Rio de Janeiro

‘Trapped Between Frames ‘ will be screened in DOBRA Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro on 3rd of September 21 h at Cinemateca MAM/RJ, part of O Oculto Pessoal, a special program curated by HÄXÄN Festival.
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Usurp Zone 5 at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 19 March 2016

My Stereoscopic Film ‘Trapped Between Frames’ will be screened in New Delhi this Saturday 19th of March. Soundtrack by Laila Hansen (Partial facsimile) and Andrew Stuart-Buttle, performance Aya Toraiwa. Thanks so much to curator Poulomi Desai.

Usurp Zone5 at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

19 March 2pm – 7pm Experimental Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. Usurp Art Presents a selection of films from our Zone5 experimental short film festival. Many of the award winning films will be screened for the first time in India.

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Addis Video Art Festival, Compilation IVAHM on tour. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 23 December- 3 January 2015

Trapped Between Frames is part of compilation Ivahm on tour at ADDIS VIDEO ART Festival  at the Museum of modern art in Addis Ababa , Ethiopia.

http://www.addisvideoartfestival.net/programs.htm

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Open Art Academy 2015 at Gallery Kit in Trondheim, Norway . 3-6 December.

Showing my stereoscopic film “Trapped Between Frames” as part of Open Art Academy this weekend ( 3-6 December). Film will be screened in loop together with video work by Anders S. Solberg .

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Official Selection Fiva International Video art Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 30 November – 2 December 2015.

My stereoscopic film Trapped Between Frames will be screened next in Buenos Aires as part of FIVA Festival Internacional de Videoarte , sound design by Laila Laila ( Partial Facsimile ) and Andrew Stuart-Buttle , performance by Aya Toraiwa.

http://www.fivafestival.com.ar/fiva-programa-2015.pdf

 

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Issue #29: Kino-Eye of OtherZine . Past Perfect • Future Tense: Voices and Visions of Women in Film Across Time and Space by Adrianne Finelli

A article by Adrianne Finelli  on the recent GAZE screening Film series  in San Franscisco,  Past Perfect • Future Tense:  Voices and Visions of Women in Film Across Time and Space

http://www.othercinema.com/otherzine/past-perfect-%E2%80%A2-future-tense-voices-and-visions-of-women-in-film-across-time-and-space/

” (…) Trapped Between Frames by Nazare Soares. The piece is a single-channel version of a stereoscopic photography installation that was the culmination of Soares’ studies at the University of Brighton. It was inspired by Japanese folklore and the Kaiser-Panorama, a pre-cinematic display made in 1883, and is the story of the sun goddess, Amaterasu portrayed through a painterly hybrid of formats—16mm, VHS, HD and 3D animation. There is a physical element involved in viewing this film, as your optic nerve works overtime to transport you from dream to myth to history. Memory becomes a visceral concept as the shrouded figure walks between stereoscopic images of caves flickering. Soares brings intent to the myth of Amaterasu, and an unwavering strength to the screen as she reverses the gaze to remind us that we part of something bigger than ourselves.

Past Perfect • Future Tense includes 16 individual voices and visions that would resonate in many contexts with diverse audiences. To me this collection of films builds in a strong and compelling way, creating new meaning between the works––space where silence has value and time connects us to one another.

Adrianne Finelli