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Ellephant presents Spectacle De Variétés
Curated by: Ellephant
354 West 45 th St
New York, NY 10018


March 3rd, 2010 7:30 PM - 8:40 PM
 
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dark, funny, absurd, weird, beautiful, experimental, animation, drama, digital, video-art, performance, conceptual, pop, realism, surrealism, abstract, modern
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$5.00
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Ellephant

presents

Spectacle de Variétés

THE TANK

Wednesday, March 3rd 7:30

Tickets $5.00

354 West 45th Street

(between 8th and 9th Avenues).

Take the A,C,E to 42nd Street/Time Square

www.thetanknyc.org

 

 

New York (NY) - Spectacle De Variétés is an eclectic program of women filmmakers and video artists from the US and Europe that have collectively screened and exhibited at festivals and museums around the world including: Whitney Biennale, Sundance, SWSX, Lincoln Center’s New York Video Festival, World Wide Video Festival, LA Freewaves, Cinemateket, Redcat Theater, Locarno Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival. The program shows a broad spectrum of styles and subject matter that crosses the boundaries of cinema and media technologies. It is moving images from the experimental, dramatic narrative, fractured fairytales, social satire, and animation to the conceptual eco-doc. Spectacle De Variétés is an evening of the dark, funny and strange.

PROGRAM  LINE UP:

Ilya Chaiken                                                                                    Black Out

A darkly comic look at an unfortunate hookup in the midst of Manhattan’s big power outage of 2003.

Andrea Staka                                                                                         Daleko 9 min

Ana lives in New York, her family in Belgrade. Spring 1999. She is listening to the monotony of the dialtone's humming sound.

Erika Yeomans                                                                                            Boo!

An experimental narrative based on the horror genre with a dose of gallows humor.

Imelda O’Reilly                                                                       Lilly in the Woods

Juggling worlds of reality and dream, Lilly dreams herself out of despair and into the woods to escape the wrath of her dysfunctional father.

Virginie Yassef & Julien Previeux                                                         L’Arbre

A hypnotic, silent super 8 film where a strange couple spends a day eating a tree trunk in Michigan.

Andrea Polli                                                                                        Cloud Car

The connection between the automobile, life and air in NewYork City is explored through Cloud Car, a car fitted with special effects equipment that produces a cloud of mist, enveloping car and rider. As a public artwork, Cloud Car focuses attention on air and the automobile with a cloud of mist.

Amber Boardman                                                                                 The Bitter End - Christine Giorgio3 shorts

Boardman's animation work explores sexual imagery and the play of public and private spaces while fusing both digital and the handmade.

Christine Giorgio                                                                              The Bitter End

A leisurely weekend at sea takes a dark turn with the mysterious disappearance Tom and Tom, leaving Helena and Audrey to navigate both the waters and an evolving relationship


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