[ARENA] Almost Cinema opening night 12 October: exhibition, film Putty Hill, performances
Eva De Groote - Vooruit
Terça-Feira, 4 de Outubro de 2011 - 15:15:40 WEST
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12 October in Vooruit
The Ghent Film Festival and the Vooruit Arts Centre are delighted to invite you to the festive opening of the Almost Cinema exhibition on Wednesday 12 October in Vooruit, Ghent - BE. The programme:
6 p.m. - midnight Exhibition Almost Cinema (free entrance)
8 p.m. Choice between:
Film Putty Hill by Matt Porterfield (US, 2010),
Performance Yesterday (or how we felt about the rumour) by Theater Malpertuis/Piet Arfeuille & Nathalie Teirlinck (premiere, in Dutch),
Performance Tagfish by Berlin (BE, 2010, English/German spoken, Dutch subtitles)
21:30 Reception (with live audiovisual performance by Tina Tonagel)
Please confirm your attendance Contact Caroline Van Peteghem, Vooruit (press & pr),caroline vooruit.be or call +32.9.267.28.88. Indicate whether you wish to reserve 1 / 2 guest tickets for the film screening or a performances at 8 p.m. (More information follows.)
With kind regards,
Eva De Groote, Vooruit - Curator Almost Cinema
Stefaan De Ruyck, Vooruit - General Manager
Jacques Dubrulle, Ghent Film Festival - Delegate of the Board
Almost Cinema exhibition: a different take on cinema
Diane Landry © Yvan Binet
The artists who take part in the Almost Cinema exhibition dissect or broaden the ordinary cinema experience as they experiment with sound, image, light, space and movement. Featuring:
Julius von Bismarck (Space Beyond Me)
H.C. Gilje (Blink)
Ant Hampton & Britt Hatzius (This is not my voice speaking)
Kathy Hinde (Dancing Cranes en Piano Migrations)
Wouter Huis (Disclaimer)
Wim Janssen (Continuization Loop)
Diane Landry (Chevalier de la résignation infinie)
Tina Tonagel (Effektgerät, Stollen Stollen Abgesang en een nieuwe installatie)
On Wednesday 12 October 2011 the official opening of the exhibition takes place, from 6 p.m. until midnight, in the presence of the artists. The exhibition runs from Tuesday 11 October until Saturday 22 October 2011 in Vooruit MON-FRI 18:00-24:00, SAT-SUN 14:00-24:00; Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 23, 9000 Ghent; Free entrance (apart from ‘This is not my voice speaking’).
Putty Hill: the white trash universe already portrayed in Winter’s Boneand Gummo
© Andrew Laumann
At a neighborhood karaoke bar, friends and family gather to remember a young man who died of a heroin overdose in an abandoned house in Baltimore. Knowing little about his final days, they attempt to reconstruct his life. In the process, they offer a window onto their own lives, an evocative picture of working class America, dislocated from the progress and mobility around them, but united in pursuit of a shared dream. A beautifully realized portrait of a close–knit community on the outskirts of Baltimore, Putty Hill is the second feature from celebrated young filmmaker Matt Porterfield. Mixing documentary and fiction, this observational film immerses the viewer in the white trash universe already portrayed in films like Winter’s Bone and Gummo.
Op Wednesday 12 October Putty Hill is screened at 8 p/m/ in Vooruit - 85'. Also on 14 October at 5 p.m. (Vooruit) and 20 October at 10:30 p.m. (KASKcinema).
Yesterday (or how we felt about the rumour)
© Mario Leko
For his newest creation, Piet Arfeuille has taken his work in a new direction: he collaborated with young director Nathalie Teirlinck, who previously won the European Film Award for her short filmVenus vs Me at the Berlin Film Festival (2010). Arfeuille and Teirlinck investigated how they could combine film and theatre, starting from the idea that the invisible is just as exciting as the visible.
On Wednesday 12 October te zien at 8 p.m. in Vooruit (Emiel studio) - Dutch spoken - 90’. Until Saturday 15 October + from Tuesday 18 until Saturday 22 October at 8 p.m.
New documentary film and performance by Berlin: Tagfish
What to do with a chunk of undeveloped land strewn with industrial heritage? Sheik Hani Yamani thinks building a luxury hotel would be a good idea, even though the site is Unesco World Heritage. Six characters represented by six flat screen TVs sit and wait at a table. The seventh chair, reserved for the Sheik, is empty... After the successful ‘Holoceen’ cycle, which included Iqaluit and Bonanza,Berlin embarks on a new cycle entitled ‘Horror Vacui’ with Tagfish.
On Wednesday 12 October at 8 p.m. in Minard - English / German spoken, Dutch subtitles - 70’. Also on Thursday 13 October at 8 p.m.
More of Almost Cinema
Almost Cinema runs from 11 until 22 October 2011 in Vooruit Arts Centre. Check the whole programme on vooruit.be/almostcinema. Join the conversation on Twitter using #ac11.
Kunstencentrum Vooruit, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 23, 9000 Gent (BE)
vooruit.be - T. 09 267 28 28 - info vooruit.be
Almost Cinema wishes to thank the Flemish government, the Province of Eastern Flanders, the City of Ghent,
the European Regional Development Fund (InterReg IV) for supporting Transdigital
and all sponsors of the Vooruit Arts Centre and the Ghent Film Festival
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