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Beyond Shorts

The theme of this year’s BISFF is “pushing the boundaries of cinema.” The two programs in this year’s “Prism” will demonstrate this theme through expanded cinema, performance and audience interaction. 

 

The films in “Prism” program 1 are performed live. While Pip Chodorov projects his 16mm film, Ryu Hankil improvises sound. Jacques Perconte, a young filmmaker from Paris, has been working with video, distorting playback and creating abstract patterns in the mosaic of pixels that make up a digital image. He has made live performances including an opera. Here he will perform live from his home while Ryu Hankil creates an improvised soundtrack.  

 

* The two programs in this year's Prism include film screenings and live performances. 

Prism 1 This program's film rating is for ages 12 and older
Faux Mouvements

Pip Chodorov, Ryu Hankil (Improvisation)

France2007 Experimental12'45"16mmColorNo Dialogue12

Cinema is about the illusion of motion. The film strip is made up of individual pictures in succession. The perception of movement is processed in the visual cortex. In Faux Mouvements, forward and backward motions occur together, movement in different directions is combined. We perceive motion in images that are in fact still. We can also see references to the spiral of the film reel, and the negative and positive of the film process. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            * The two programs in this year's Prism include film screenings and live performances.​
Wild Extension

Jacques Perconte , Ryu Hankil (Improvisation)

The Netherlands2013- Experimental30'ColorNo Dialogue12

Jacques Perconte’s video performance Wild Extension starts from digital images shot on the island of Madeira and interrogates color through a progressive abstraction of the landscape. The digital material gradually gives way to the original filmed landscapes. In collaboration with Ryu Hankil for the live sound performance.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          * The two programs in this year's Prism include film screenings and live performances.