Cork Film Centre presents an exciting programme of Spanish experimental film...
Monday, July 6th, 8pm at The Firkin Crane. Admission free.
Cork Film Centre is proud to present Cianoramic Profanations, an eye-opening programme of Spanish experimental film and video. This is a rare opportunity to experience the perceptually intense work of three of Spain's most exciting contemporary moving image artists: Oriol Sánchez, Esperanza Collado and Albert Alcoz, as well as an underground masterpiece from the 1970s.
Cianorama (Esperanza Collado, 2009)
Blood of M (Esperanza Collado, 2007)
NYC SYNC (Albert Alcoz, 2008)
L'ultimo Paradiso (Albert Alcoz, 2008)
De la hospitalidad, derechos de autor (Oriol Sánchez, 2006)
Profanaciones (Oriol Sánchez, 2008)
This screening extends Cork Film Centre's interest in the work of the Márgenes Festival, which has formed links between Irish and Spanish experimental filmmaking over two editions. In response to Márgenes 2008, Cork Film Centre devoted an entire issue of Experimental Conversations, its online magazine, to Spanish experimental cinema. This included a history of Spanish avant-garde film by Albert Alcoz and an essay on the work of Oriol Sánchez.
Cianoramic Profanations is part of The Avant: 9 Days of the Progressive Arts.
Published on: 27 June, 2009