Wednesday, 28 September 2016

The Moon Is Looking For Dead Things at IndieCork 2016

As part of the TANK event at IndieCork Festival (Friday, October 14th, 8pm) Mick O’Shea (sound art) and Solamh Kelly (percussion) will play live to The Moon Is Looking For Dead Things,  an exclusive presentation of a sequence from Maximilian Le Cain's section of the work-in-progress collaborative feature film Homo Sapiens Project 200

"Morbid and decadent, this dying movie just about manages to reach out towards one final sexual fantasy before the moon flies out of the skyStarring Dean Kavanagh and Salomé’s fevered ghost" - Maximilian Le Cain

Live sound for film performance.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Behind the Scenes of Animal Kingdom

with Cillian Roche, Anja Mahler and Rouzbeh Rashidi

Photographs by John Curran and Anja Mahler

Official blog

Friday, 2 September 2016

Experimental Film Society @ Glass Eye Cine Club

A programme of Experimental Film Society will play @ Glass Eye Cine Club on Friday 9thSeptember 2016 – 7pm / Suggested Donation £5 / BYO.
Glass Eye Cine Club, Belfast Barge, Lanyon Quay, Laganside, Belfast. (BT1)
The Experimental Film Society (EFS) is an independent, not-for-profit entity specializing in avant-garde, independent and no/low budget filmmaking. It was founded in 2000 in Tehran, Iran by Rouzbeh Rashidi and has been based in Dublin, Ireland since 2004. It unites works by a dozen filmmakers and associated artists scattered across the globe, whose films are distinguished by an uncompromising devotion to personal, experimental cinema. They have in common an exploratory approach to filmmaking and their films foreground mood, atmosphere, visual rhythms, the interplay of sound and picture, and the nature and subjectivity of the image and the gaze that engenders it, as well as the permeability of the borders between fiction and lyrical filmmaking. Although an international organization, EFS is notably at the centre of a new wave of Irish experimental filmmaking.
This programme gives an overview of EFS concerns and aesthetics.
1_Sumpf (2015) By Jann Clavadetscher  / 6Minutes / Switzerland-Ireland
2_Lung (2014) By Jason Marsh / 4Minutes / U.K
3_Heaven’s Hole (2016) By Michael Higgins / 6Minutes / Ireland
4_Clandestine (2015) By Atoosa Pour Hosseini / 15Minutes / Estonia-Ireland
5_The Curse of Johnny Kline (2D) (2015) By Dean Kavanagh / 12Minutes / Ireland
6_Homo Sapiens Project: Fragment (2015) By Rouzbeh Rashidi / 11Minutes / Ireland
7_Brine Twice Daily (2015) By Maximilian Le Cain/Vicky Langan / 20Minutes / Ireland
  • Total Running Time: 74mins
  • More Info HERE & HERE