Revolutions and Revelations Film Program (2-4 pm & 6-8 pm)
This screening is part of Dance Films Kino at the Art Center from March 4-10. Free Admission
While the word revolution pays tribute to the political context out of which the kino rose, in this program it is a pun referring to the physical act of spinning around an axis. Revelation refers to the act of arriving at a truth through observation and scientific experimentation, and through the translation of language into symbols and gestures. Films in this program are set in classrooms, at desks, and against chalkboards in a surreal style. Many of these explorations are humorous, revealing failures in communication while expressing the joy of arriving at an unexpected discovery.
Join us at the evening screening on Thursday, March 8 for a special vodka “sipping” event courtesy of Emissary Sipping School.
Revolutions and Revelations Film Selections
Daynightly They re-school you The Bears-Polka (2006), Lucy Cash (UK) and Goat Island (US), 10 minutes.
Inearthia (2006), Simon Halbedo (Switzerland), 2 minutes 15 seconds.
Le P’tit Bal Perdu (1994), Phillippe Decoufle (France), 3 minutes 49 seconds.
Minou (2002), Magali Charrier (UK), 7 minutes.
On Falling… (2009) Nadia Oussenko & Daniel Kullman (US / Chicago), 20 minutes.
Revised and Revisited (2011), Erica Mott, Nadia Oussenko, Daniel Kullman (US / Chicago), 17 minutes.
Sunscreen Serenade (2009), Kriota Willberg (US), 5 minutes, 30 seconds.
Tralala (2004), Magali Charrier, Viv Moore, (Canada / UK) 3 minutes.
Revolutions and Revelations film program, part of a three week free admission festival, will be screened on the following dates and times, the week of Sunday, March 4 – Saturday, March 10, 2012 at the Art Center:
Sunday, March 4: 2-4 pm
Tuesday, March 6: 6-8 pm
Thursday, March 8: 2-4 pm
Thursday, March 8: 6-8 pm
Friday, March 9: 2-4 pm
Friday, March 9: 7-11 pm with a live performance from The Open Space Project presented between films.
Saturday, March 10: 2-4 pm