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Film and Video

Seoul

Asian Film & Video Art Forum

09.Sep.2015 - 31.Oct.2015

  • Asian Film & Video Art Forum
  • Sky Don't Fall
  • 16 X 9 CAPSULE
  • Mud Game
  • Cielo
  • Cage
  • What Day Is Today
  • 안으로 안으로
  • The Endless Steps
  • Under The Lion Crotch
  • Semalu
  • Morning
  • The Breath of Time
  • Alam Syuhada
  • The Rain After
  • Pemandangan Piknik
  • Genre Sub Genre
  • Lembusura
  • Years of Drizzling Land
  • Sang Yat Fai Lok
  • Doraemon (short version)
  • Nightless ver.11
  • Under the Umbrella
  • Rati
  • I’m Good
  • Menstruation Machine - Takashi’s Take
  • The Hartford Girl and Other Stories
  • The Weeping Woman
  • The Delivery by Male Project
  • Farmer
  • From..Santiphap To..Santiphap
  • Endless, Nameless
  • The Vehicle Is Outward...
  • A Brief History of Memory
  • Her Eyes Were Rolling
  • I Move Faster Than I Am
  • Dotscape
  • Taste of Noodles
  • Shooting Stars
  • My Grandpa’s Route Has Been Forever Blocked
  • 10 Places in Tokyo
  • A Ripe Volcano
  • Where is My Land?
  • Landscape Series #1
  • All the Lines Flow Out
  • Collective Work <Document 70>
  • Situation Plastique lll
  • Etang
  • (k)now (t)here
  • orchard.5
  • Because the outside world has changed...(Episode 1)
  • Because the outside world has changed...(Episode 2)
  • Ghost Orchid
  • The Adoration of the Magi
  • Lifting Barbell

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Asian Film & Video Art Forum

Sky Don't Fall

16 X 9 CAPSULE

Mud Game

Cielo

Cage

What Day Is Today

안으로 안으로

The Endless Steps

Under The Lion Crotch

Semalu

Morning

The Breath of Time

Alam Syuhada

The Rain After

Pemandangan Piknik

Genre Sub Genre

Lembusura

Years of Drizzling Land

Sang Yat Fai Lok

Doraemon (short version)

Nightless ver.11

Under the Umbrella

Rati

I’m Good

Menstruation Machine - Takashi’s Take

The Hartford Girl and Other Stories

The Weeping Woman

The Delivery by Male Project

Farmer

From..Santiphap To..Santiphap

Endless, Nameless

The Vehicle Is Outward...

A Brief History of Memory

Her Eyes Were Rolling

I Move Faster Than I Am

Dotscape

Taste of Noodles

Shooting Stars

My Grandpa’s Route Has Been Forever Blocked

10 Places in Tokyo

A Ripe Volcano

Where is My Land?

Landscape Series #1

All the Lines Flow Out

Collective Work <Document 70>

Situation Plastique lll

Etang

(k)now (t)here

orchard.5

Because the outside world has changed...(Episode 1)

Because the outside world has changed...(Episode 2)

Ghost Orchid

The Adoration of the Magi

Lifting Barbell

  • Asian Film & Video Art Forum  Trailer(Short)

  • Asian Film & Video Art Forum Trailer

  • Period 09.Sep.2015 - 31.Oct.2015
  • Venue MMCA Film and Video
  • Artists KOK Siew-Wai, Maulana M Pasha etc.
  • Organ
    ized by / Suppo
    rted by
    MMCA, Hand-made Film Lab SPACE CELL
  • Admission       4,000won(Tickets for all exhibition at MMCA Seoul)

  • Program
    introduction
schedule notice

Please be advise that the screening schedule is to revise as follow:
There will be one screening at 15:00 on the 15th day of October, 2015.



Jonas Mekas who led the New American Cinema Group in the 1960s had requested for the establishment of a distribution center where independent filmmakers can cooperate. At the apex of the American avant garde history, the new artists had the romantic belief that they would open up a new lifestyle, and created organizations such as the "Anthology Film Archives" and "Creative Film Foundation". Meanwhile, the Expanded cinema that was popular during the 1960s and 70s experimented the structural expansion of film. Such discussions that would expand the potentials of cinematic aesthetics were directly taken by the filmmakers. If the 60s' film experiments were focused on the internal structure of the films and the artists' inner thoughts, what could be the trend of the independent, experimental films and video arts of the 2000s? Could it be that a huge trend had begun beyond our awareness? Or could it be that we have arrived at an era where there can be no revolutionary change? While the market value of films and the artists' status in the Western world are determined by the critiques of the art world, there is a different trend that can be sensed among the Asian film world. Works that have advanced films into new narratives as historical data that comprise the present has been done by artists of all over the world. However, what we should focus on Asian artists is not of how they produce narratives, but of how such methods relate with the external environment. Rather than viewing life through films, it is of how film embraces the collective mind of an area. Films are often related with the public and often are used as a tool to examine issues of specific era or area. Such status of film calls for new thoughts about the role of artists and their artworks.


※ SCREENING BROCHURE DOWNLOAD(PDF)
※ SCREENING SCHEDULE DOWNLOAD(PDF)



MMCA Film and Video had introduced the works of internationally well-known moving-image artists' (Scintillation or Disappearance_Artist Film & Video; Berlinale Forum Expanded_MMCA), and had recently bonded with seven Asian curators in order to discover and support struggling artists in Asia. Just like the attempts of the 60s' artists', currently we need to bond together in order to develop a distribution system in which the artworks can be shared. Such attempts are less about vitalizing the underground market than about film arts that will preserve our memories and developing a space where various issues of Asia can be shared. I Hope 〈Asia Film and Video Forum〉 can play an effective role in creating a new paradigm for the 'This is not a just image, it is just an image' video art.



PROGRAM EVENTS

OPENING CEREMONY
Date   2015.9.9(Wed) 4pm
Venue   MMCA Film and Video
Opening Film (Total Run Time: 45’42’’, Under 15 not admitted)
  - Sky Don’t Fall
  - Genre Sub Genre
  - Sang Yat Fai Lok
  - Farmer
  - All The Lines Flow Out
Opening Film and Vocal Live Performance
Performance by Kok Siew-wai and Jangwook Lee

FORUM
Date   2015.9.11(Fri) 3pm
Venue   MMCA Film and Video
Subject Aisan Artist Film Platform
Panels Kok Siew-Wai, Yuki Aditya, Gelar Agryano Soemantri, Hitomi Hasegawa, Som Sutthirat Supaparinya, May Adadol Ingawanij, Kim Eunhee, Jangwook Lee

ARTIST TALKS
Curators and Artists will be hosting open discussion about the films with the audience immediately following the screenings

SCHEDULE
9.10(Thu)   12:30   Program #7 - Som Sutthirat Supaparinya
9.10(Thu)   15:00   Program #11 - Go Eun Im
9.12(Sat)    13:00   Program #3 - Yuki Aditya
9.12(Sat)    15:00   Program #9 - May Adadol Ingawanij
9.12(Sat)    18:30   Program #1 - Kok Siew-Wai
9.13(Sun)   13:00   Program #5 - Hitomi Hasegawa
9.13(Sun)   16:00   Program #4 - Gelar Agryano Soemantri
9.16(Wed)  18:30   Program #11 - Heyyeun Jang
9.19(Sat)    18:30   Program #11 - Soungui Kim
10.3(Sat)    18:30   Program #12 - Heecheon Kim
10.17(Sat)  19:00   Program #10 - Collective Work

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