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- Trailer ● 19th Festival des cinémas différents de Paris (October 4-15th 2017) par Camille Degeye

19e Festival des cinémas différents et expérimentaux de Paris
du 4 au 15 octobre 2017

Le Grand Action | Centre Pompidou
l'Etoile | Maison de la culture du Japon
Ciné 104 | The Window


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Category : Films annonces


[Jury - Festival 2017]

Lore Gablier
Graduated from the Fine art school in Valence (FR) in 2004, Lore Gablier completed her studies at the international curatorial training program of the École du Magasin in Grenoble. She has since curated several exhibitions internationally, and took part in many editorial projects as a freelance. From 2008 to 2011, she was guest curator and editor at the Générateur in Gentilly, France. From 2009 to 2013, she was coordinator of the École du Magasin, and was chief curator at the Centre d’art contemporain de la Ferme du Buisson in Noisiel, France, for the season 2013-2014. Since 2012, she is a member of the editorial board of the publishing house Form[e]s. She is currently working as Programme Officer at the European Cultural Foundation, and co-curator together with artist Alejandro Ramirez of the artistic programme La Cocina in Amsterdam.

Sebestyén Kodolányi
Film maker, curator, archivist, film programmer, born in Hungary, Budapest, 1970. Educated in the Fine Art Academy of Budapest, Intermedia department as media artist MA, diploma 2002. From 1998 to 2004, leader of the Béla Balázs Studio Foundation. From 2006 to 2016, founder and chief curator of the Béla Balázs Studio Research Archive. He currently works as a freelance independent filmmaker and curator. He is also the initiator of the Connect Archives Initiation for developing network communication, data-exchange, research and exhibition opportunities for Central and Eastern European film archives and collections. Finally, he is the developer and co-owner of the Mnémé System digital asset management software.

Maxim Tyminko
Visual artist, born in 1972 (Chernigov, Ukraine). He is a founder of PXFLUX, an online platform for the exhibition, promotion, distribution and collection of time based, computational, digital art, based in Amsterdam & Berlin (2017). He is also a co-founder of YourFavorites (2005) and Bolek & Lolek (1997) art groups. He studied at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne by Prof. David Larcher, Prof. Anthony Moore, Prof. Dr. Siegfried Zielinski. From his early experiments with painting and film, he started working with complex video-collages continually intensifying the use of programming languages as his main artistic tool. In the recent years he is experimenting with generative, code-based and web-based art. In his works he is exploring the dynamics of interrelationship between art, science  and technology and the rapidly changing role of the artist in this processes.  He is an author of Bolek & Lolek Cosmos Constructor Manifesto (2006) and and opera-lecture Projector (2016). His opera project Beguiling Orpheus (2006, together with Gleb Choutov and Maja Ilic) received a Nam June Paik Promotional Award of the Art Foundation NRW. He is also curated number of exhibitions, among them are: -o-l-o-g-y (2012, Amstel 41 Gallery in Amsterdam) and a big multimedia project Zbor. Belarusian Art Movement (2016, Foundation Izolyatsia, Kiev, Ukraine).

Marie Vachette
Member of the SPOUTNIK film collective in Geneva between 1998 and 2005, she graduated from the Haute Ecole d’Art de Genève (HEAD) in 2003. Marie Vachette has lived in Paris since 2005. She currently works as a film distributor for the company she created in 2015, VENDREDI.