01 MAY — 11 MAY 2024

01 MAY — 11 MAY 2024

Program 2 focuses on the sensibilities of the cinematic experience. The film camera pays attention to landscapes, objects, architectures and people, shaping and forming them. Calmness and slowness stand next to intensity and impulsiveness. Time is stretched or condensed, space is observed or traversed. A mediation on personal views of the world through the possibilities of the medium of analog film. (Philipp Fleischmann)

Analog Imagination 2 – Selected Works from School Friedl Kubelka

May 06, Saturday, 15:30 (40')

Cinemateca Portuguesa, Room Félix Ribeiro • C.141

Sonnenfilm

The horizon of both sunset and sunrise touch and move away, existing, only in cinema, simultaneously.
Antonia de la Luz Kasik
Austria / Spain

2022, 17'

so stones talk talk talk

Trying to hear the conversations stones might have on a deserted beach in Oporto, on a day like any other, in April 2022.
Simon Dallaserra
Germany

2022, 2'

Matte Study

Compositions made in stencils documented over 12 hours that are pasted on a grid system, creating a visual puzzle.
Nina Porter
Austria

2022, 3'

t t t touch me

When someone’s skin can become a cell phone screen and all gestures analogous to digital communication become analogue.
Raphael Reichl
Austria

2019, 3'

Tirana

In the capital of Albania, the playground is a pyramid, inspiring admiration, but also entertainment in a constant up-and-down.
Eva Claus
Austria / Albania / Belgium

2020, 3'

2Heim

A house in Vienna became a home that will soon be abandoned, these being the last days, which pass by in the blink of an eye.
Eva Claus
Austria

2018, 2'

Proposal to project in 4:3

The construction of real and invented projection screens during an artist residency program in California.
Viktoria Schmid
Austria / United States

2016, 2'

W O W (Kodak)

Scenes of destruction, five YouTube videos rewound as a commentary on the death (and life) of cinema.
Viktoria Schmid
Austria

2016, 2'

Austrian Pavilion

Through light inscriptions on physical structures or the creation of an apparatus that is a pinhole camera, Fleischmann creates Austria’s own pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
Philipp Fleischmann
Austria / Italy

2019, 5'

Atlantic 35

A trip to the Atlantic Ocean with a 35mm camera that brings a film in black and white.
Manfred Schwaba
Austria

2015, 1'

Special Screenings | ESFN presents: Analog Imagination

Program 2 focuses on the sensibilities of the cinematic experience. The film camera pays attention to landscapes, objects, architectures and people, shaping and forming them. Calmness and slowness stand next to intensity and impulsiveness. Time is stretched or condensed, space is observed or traversed. A mediation on personal views of the world through the possibilities of the medium of analog film. (Philipp Fleischmann)

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