ZALIGER by Nina Gantz
"A widower is facing the difficulties of being alone"
by Ana Pérez López
"This fruit has been part of our cultural history for centuries and is now threatened by extinction through monocropping and a looming epidemic. Ana Pérez López lets us take part in her internet expedition to explore the fate of the Gros Michel banana with alert humor. A finely drawn chronicle which also uses relics of the media and everyday history of the 20th century to retrace how telegenic the industry banana is and will remain. Even if it will soon cease to exist."
Prayers for Peace by Dustin Grelly
PASAJES by Luis Paris
Idea and production: Luis Paris
Music: fragment of "Andina" (Dino Saluzzi)
"A tribute to my bicycle, a witness to the same landscape traveled by
my uncles, my father, my grandfather."
Undone by Hayley Morris
"A drifting man struggles to pull objects from the roiling sea below him and scrambles to keep the objects from slipping through his fingers. A stop-motion animation using textured and tactile materials, as well as personal imagery, that represents the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Inspired by my grandfather."
Everything is fine by Sothko
An anxious man takes a shower.
Director - Marc Johansen
"All the Question Marks Started to Sing" a new work by the Norwegian art collective Verdensteatret, was the opening event of FuturePerfect 2011.
FuturePerfect is new performance, media, art and technology initiative founded by Wayne Ashley, the former Director of Arts in Multimedia at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). http://futureperfectfestival.org
Distorted times by Gideon van der Stelt. "A collage of existing film fragments, released into my paper-folded version of Utrecht."
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