We wtorek, 12 lutego o godz. 20 w Kinie Bodo odbędzie się pokaz Animation Has No Borders – Michalis Arfaras. Wstęp – 10 zł.

Zapraszamy na przegląd eksperymentalnych filmów Michalisa Arfarasa (1954), jednego z pierwszych Greckich artystów, który realizował eksperymentalne animacje wydrapując je bezpośrednio na taśmie filmowej. W programie przygotowanym i udostępnionym przez European Animation Center zobaczymy filmy z lat 1982 – 2006. Niewątpliwą ciekawostką będzie film zrealizowany wspólnie z Julianem Józefem Antoniszem.

PROGRAM:

01. WOCHENSHAU (1982, 23’ 37’’), Michael Arfaras
Artistic interventions on film frames of an old Greek newsreels movie… Music: The Sluts.

02. EINE GESCHICHTE UEBER MENSCHEN (1989, 3’26”), Michael Arfaras
A symbolic representation of cannibalism lies within this animation, in which small and big, thick and thin fish are eating each other. This brief parable of the cruelty that characterizes human social relations is an animation film of shadow theatre aesthetics.

03. KURZER FILM FUER LANGE STOTTERER (1988, 2’18”), Michael Arfaras
This is an experimental animation film dedicated to the Dadaist artist and poet Kurt Schwitters. The film rhythm follows the recitation of Schwitters’ poem “Kurzer Film fuer lange Stotterer” (A short Poem for Long Stutterers).

04. CITY LIFE GRAFITIS (1986, 8’30”), Michael Arfaras
A firework of images and sounds as reflections of urban life in the late 20th century. The work is an experimental editing of a multitude of technical and aesthetic expressions of animation.

05. ANIMATION HAS NO BORDERS (1986, 9’18”), Peter Sweenen / Sound: De Volharding
Thirty-six animators from 36 different countries worked together to illustrate the music of “Internationale” with images designed directly to the film celluloid. This film project is an example of international artistic cooperation in an era, during which many borders were still inaccessible.

06. TRICKTYCHON Νο 4 (2004, 12’ 13″), Michael Arfaras
Archaic sounds of Christian and Buddhist monasteries create the rhythmic basis of the animation’s choreography. The film is a tribute to the ritual dances of Bauhaus.

07. KOUKLOTOPOS (2005, 11’ 47’’), Michael Arfaras
A torrent of images, sounds and colours is bursting from the film. Among them, a nightmarish shadow theatre unfolds, the echo of the people’s anguish in big cities.

08. ΙKARUS NOVUS (2006, 10’ 32’’), Michael Arfaras
Icarus, after a series of unsuccessful flights and painful falls, has lost most of its legendary status. With the help of bizarre machines and being almost insane, he is trying to accomplish one last flight. An expected further fall is the result.

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