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Fibonacci Made Me Hardcore
Fibonacci Made Me Hardcore is a ﬁlm set on the dance-ﬂoor; a place of celebration, freedom, expression, performance, meditation, meeting. A place that plays home to sacred happenings - connections, revelations, love stories, ecstasy. Without restrictions of etiquette and appropriateness, the dance-ﬂoor permits us to act without explanation. More than an experimental film, this an experience. Music original by Eugene Ward
The depths of our spirit are unknown to us - the mysterious way leads inwards. Eternity with its worlds - the past and future - is in ourselves or nowhere. - Novalis - The two mirrors face each other, and the eternal process of reflection and the work of mutual transformation never ends, but circulates, permeates, and eventually converges. Reflection is a process of integration with wholeness. Eventually, the world is figured through aesthetic codes. Ryo OHKAWARA Photographer, Cinematographer, Director After Ohkawara went backpacking around the world and engaged with photography. After returning to Japan, he graduated from Sapporo Visual Arts College. Worked in Sapporo for about 5 years in advertising photography and video production. In 2017, he worked at a photography studio in New York to learn still life photography, his specialty. Currently, while working as a photographer and videographer. He also shoots abstract expression in photography and short films.
The Black Balloon
Paris, a Chinese couple tries to survive as best they can. The husband, plagued by memories of the 90s in China, work illegally in Paris.One day, on his way home, he chooses to save the life of a fish that he first intended for his meal and releases it in the street. In the evening, wishing to please his wife, he prepares spring rolls for her. But spring rolls burnt like coal by overcooking are inedible. The man thus only earns the contempt of his wife. YU FU, filmmaker and artist, lives and works in Paris. I learned cinema with my teacher Jean-Charles Hue, at the School of Fine Arts in Le Mans. Some of my art videos and short films have been selected by art exhibitions and film festivals, such as the Salon d'Automne and the "Les Yeux Grand Ouverts" festival. Fruit of my personal experiences, my work focuses mainly on disadvantaged people. I believe that the cinema must speak for them.
Le Café de mes Souvenirs (The Cafe of my memories)
The love story of Emilie and Philippe takes place in Helsinki where Emilie works in her mother’s café and Philippe, a Frenchman, teaches French at a local high school. Song and music takes the lovers to Cherbourg and Paris. After their return Philippe begins to struggle under the pressure of multiple jobs. Will the fragile relationship of Emilie and Philippe last surrounded by the toughness of urban life? Director Bio : Valto Baltzar is a film director and screenwriter based in Helsinki, Finland. Le Café de mes Souvenirs is an international, French-Finnish musical written and directed by Baltzar. Songs composed for the movie are a central part of the film's plot. Baltzar has written the lyrics for the songs, originally in the form of poems, and jazz composer Heikki Sarmanto has composed them into songs. Baltzar started his artistic collaboration with composer Sarmanto when Baltzar was a theatre director. Valto Baltzar started his career in cinema and theatre as an actor and he studied in the Finnish Theatre School in Helsinki. Baltzar has written and directed theatre plays like In your eyes, Feared victim, Did I fall in love? and Fourth kingdom.
Martin Gerigk (*1972) is a composer of contemporary music. His repertoire includes compositions for orchestra and chamber music, as well as several solo concertos. His compositions are performed nationally and internationally including in Korea, Japan, USA, England, Finland, Austria and Switzerland. In this context he works together with renowned international soloists and ensembles. In addition to his compositional work he is known for his remarkable audiovisual art and experimental films which focus on inherent synesthetic connections of sound and visual perceptions. Besides creating interwoven aural and visual landscapes of music, nature sounds and video sequences one important aspect of his art is the illustration of the hidden poetry of nature phenomena and sciences. His experimental films won several international prizes and were screened at noted festivals like Asolo Film Festival, International Digital Arts Festival Videoformes, Girona Film Festival, Salento International Film Festival, Columbus International Film & Animation Festival, USA Film Festival, New Jersey Film Festival, Sidney International Film Festival, Fargo Film Festival, Sherman Oaks Film Festival, Canberra Short Film Festival, Film and Video Poetry Symposium Los Angeles, Syracuse Film Festival or ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival.
Isan Pontus Lidberg
Written on Water
Isan Pontus Lidberg Choreographer, filmmaker, dancer and recipient of a 2019 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, Pontus Lidberg has firmly established himself as a creative and visionary artist, merging dance and film. As a choreographer for the stage, Lidberg has created works for dance companies including Paris Opera Ballet, New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Semperoper Ballet Dresden, Royal Swedish Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet, Le Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève, Acosta Danza, Balletboyz and Beijing Dance Theatre, as well as for his own concert group, Pontus Lidberg Dance. Pontus Lidberg Dance has been presented by New York City Center’s Fall For Dance Festival, the Havana International Ballet Festival, the Spoleto Festival, The Joyce Theater and the National Arts Center of Canada. His work Siren received a Villanueva Award from UNEAC, The National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba, as one of the best performances presented in Cuba in 2018.Maher is a Visual Artist and Storyteller based in Oslo. He has a bachelor's degree in Fine Art at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway.
Moskosel Action Music
Bjørn Venø (b 1979, Norway / England) Venø embraces failure when creating photographs, video, drawings, music and performance art. Because perfection is reproducible and failure is human. MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, 2012. Exhibitions and performances include The Rudin Prize, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach US (2012), Guangzhou LIVE, YouYou Contemporary Art Centre, Guangzhou CN (2013), Live Action 9, Gothenburg SE (2014), Vestlands Utstilingen NO (2014), Public Screens, Stavanger NO (2017), Breaking Myth, Museo d'Aumale, Palermo IT (2018) and Northern Sustainable Futures, Moskosel SE (2019). With solo projects at Fotogalleriet, Malmö SE (2009), Nettie Horn, London UK (2009) and Tender Pixel, London UK (2013). Other projects include organising performance art festivals Venø Gård KUNST, Selje NO (2015) and Performance KUNST at 368 PONCE, Atlanta US (2016), creating monthly Zines (2018-19), running the web page www.kunstspace.com and creating three music albums ‘Enslaved By Freedom’ 2017, ’Augmented Manipulation’ 2018 and ‘Arthemy’ 2019 under the name BX.
Moataz Nasr Egyptian artist Moataz Nasr explores traditions and new globalism, questioning geopolitical and social development in Africa. The artistic practice for Nasr is a tool and a language that embraces art, sociology, Sufism and history, in order to encourage dialogue across geographical boundaries. The most recent group shows include “The See Is My Land”, curated by Francesco Bonomi and Emanuela Mazzonis (MAXXI, Rome, 2013); "Arab Contemporary Architecture, Culture and Identity" (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, 2014); “Metropolis. Afriques Capitales”, curated by Simon Njami (La Villette, Paris, 2017); “Senses of Time: Video and Film-based Arts of Africa” (LACMA and The Smithsonian National Museum of African Arts, Washington, 2017); Yinchuan Biennale, curated by Marco Scotini (Yinchuan, 2018), International Contemporary Art Exhibition, curated by Mazdak Faiznia (Yerevan, 2018). In 2018, Nasr has been invited to take part to "Abu Dhabi Art 2018 Beyond" and create a site-specific work in the historic sites in Al Ain. In 2019 he was invited to take part to the Havana Biennal and has participated to Fiac Hors Les Murs with the installation of the work Sun Boat at Les Tuileries. Among the most recent solo shows, in 2019 "The Liminal Space", in Castel del Monte, Andria, curated by Achille Bonito Oliva and "Paradise Lost" in Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, curated by Simon Njami. In 2017, he was selected to represent Egypt during the 57th Venice Biennale. The work presented in the Egyptian Pavilion was an immersive installation showing the original film "The Mountain".
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