Screening and performance
3. August, 2019
Baltic Nordic Meetup
with POLAR FILM LAB (NO) STPLN, Filmverkstaden, Spongé Lab and Baltic Analog Lab
Screening of films from the Baltic-Nordic Analogue Film Lab Network, hosted by Polar Film Lab.
The program consists of experimental films from analogue film collectives in Nordic and Baltic countries – POLAR FILM LAB (NO) STPLN(SWE), Filmverkstaden (FI), Spongé Lab (LT) and Baltic Analog Lab(LV) that are collectives of artists and filmmakers who chose analog film as a material to explore the cinematic essence of artistic filmmaking.
The program shows films which are originating from analogue - 16mm and super8 formats most of which are handprocessed in those labs by the authors themselves. The filmmakers will be present and will tell about each film and the way it has been made.
Programme: 19:30 - 21:00, Supported by Nordic Cultural Point
The programme consists of experimental films from analog film collectives in Sweden – STPLN and the Baltic States – Spongé Lab and Baltic Analog Lab – a collective of artists and filmmakers who chose analog film as a material to explore the cinematic essence of artistic filmmaking.
The programme shows only analog films on 16mm and super8 formats – all unique copies shot and produced using hand processing or works originated on analog film. Most of the filmmakers will be present and will tell about each film and the way it has been made.
Darkness. Inese Tīkmane, Laima Vainiņa. LV, 2017, 4’29, Super8
so…goodbye. Elizabete Mežule-Gricmane. LV, 2017, 3’, Super8
Take-Off. Signe Birkova. LV, 2016, 9’, HD
Equal Tense. Ieva Balode. LV, 2018, 7’, HD
Ieva & Dainis crack the code. Lāsma Bērtule. LV, 2018, 4’, Super8
Chromaflex. Baltic Analog Lab collective. LV, 2017, 6’30, 16mm
Chronos ABC . Vytautas Juozenas. LT, 12’
Observer. Vytautas Juozenas. LT, 16’
Paper Cut London, Phil Evans. SE
Lightbox, Phil Evans. SE
Icelandscape, Marek Pluciennik. FI
Generously supported by Nordic Culture Point