Films & Videos

Homo Sapiens 

Director: Nikolaus Geyrhalter 

Tuesday  |  19.11  |  21:00 - 22:30 

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Geyrhalter takes us on a gripping and moving visual journey through deserted sites around the world: from the Fukushima exclusion zone, through desolate hospitals and schools, to forsaken shopping centers, to expose the way nature overcomes humanity. The director uses no voice-over, no talking heads, no human presence nor text of any kind to present a long and well-designed series of static shots, at an effective pace and with an intelligent soundtrack. The result is a contemporary perspective, which - even before invoking questions about human relation to nature - is an instantly stimulating work of art.

Switzerland, Germany, Austria, 2016, 94 minutes, no dialogue 

 
Innerspace 

Director:  Joe Dante
Starring:
Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Meg Ryan 

USA, 1987, 120 minutes.
English with Hebrew subtitles 

Starring: Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Meg Ryan A classic 80’s film produced by Steven Spielberg. Director Joe Dante (The Gremlins) takes us on a thrilling journey inside the human body in this academy award-winning film for best special effects. Dennis Quaid is a test pilot participating in a miniaturization experiment when he is accidentally injected into Martin Short’s body. His journey back is all but simple and it made up of a series of blood-curdling, thrilling, exciting, and hilarious adventures.

Wednesday  | 20.11  | 20:30 - 22:30 

 

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Starring:  Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, George Carlin An 80’s cult comedy, celebrating its 30th anniversary. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are Bill and Ted, two school-hating, music-loving pot-heads who start their own band called the "Wyld Stallyns". When Ted’s dad threatens to send him to a military school if he fails his history paper, they realize that they must find a quick fix for the problem. Luckily, they meet Rufus, a guardian angel from the future, traveling in his phone-booth-shaped time machine, which he lends them, so they wouldn’t have to actually open a book, God forbid! They will get to meet Lincoln, Socrates, Genghis Khan, Freud, Napoleon, and Beethoven. 

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure 

Director: Stephen Herek
Starring:  Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, George Carlin 

Thursday |  21.11  |  21:00 - 22:30 

USA, 1989, 90 minutes, English with Hebrew subtitles

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Video Art Compilations powered by Niio 

Tuesday
19.11  | 20:00 - 21:00,  22:30 - 23:30
Wednesday
20.11  |  19:30 - 20:30,  22:30 - 23:30

Thursday

21.11 | 19:00-20:00

 

Boundaries of Perception - Curated by Daniela Arriado

 

To perceive is to be aware, to grasp and to recognise. It’s our senses, our taste and feeling about something or someone...It is the image. How do we define the basis of visualisation? How do we challenge the modes of communication through the image? How far can we go in abstracting and manipulating our perception and illusion of time, space and sound…until it’s not perceivable anymore? What is the core in our own perception? This selection presents art works exploring the boundaries of perception and modes of interpretation of time. Artists: Irene Cruz, Levi van Veluw.

 

Native Strangers - Curated by Daniela Arriado

 

These artists bring into focus the complexity of the relation between human and nature, but also the relationship of nature and culture in our current situation. These works undertake and remediates these matters through poetic encounters with nature, and that by simple poetical gestures and a contemplative narrative, insist on a moment of reflection. Artists: Irene Cruz, Nicolás Rupcich, Chrischa Venus Oswald, shingo yoshida.

 

The Unseen / PrintScreen Festival

Niio Curatorial Program

 

From artists who deals with camouflage and paint their bodies to works which examine microscopic images, invisible to the human eye, this video art program is about the visible and the invisible. 

Artists: Geoffroy Christiane, Alexandre Erre, Shahar Marcus, Michel Platnic, Aleksandar Radan, Casey REAS, Jacolby Satterwhite, Noah Shulman, Yuge Zhou.

 

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Nervous
Systems

Sarah Zucker

Thursday
21.11  |  19:00 - 20:00,  22:30 - 23:30 

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Nervous Systems is a GIF and Video Art series conveying an esoteric view of the Internet as the functional extension of the human nervous system and its connection to the Earth. The series visualizes the progression from the primordial telecommunication of the natural world through mycelial networks, to the physical broadcast antenna of the human nervous system, into the Internet as the ethereal extension of humanity as it attempts to coalesce into a unified organism through its technology.   The series merges the Materialist and the Mystical in considering the unseen messaging systems within and without.  

Germany / USA, 2015, 54 Minutes, English

 
100
Million Views

Director: Itamar Rose

Thursday | 21.11  |  20:00 - 21:00

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Itamar Rose, a satirical-activist creator and a failed YouTuber, sets out to uncover the secret of how a video goes viral on YouTube, and reach 100 million views. With dark humor and caustic wit, Rose takes us (and his family)  on a wild global journey to the evolution of YouTube.  From surprising encounters with legendary viral YouTube stars, to the YouTubers industry and into the forces and dynamics behind the screen - Rose reveals the untold truths about how YouTube and the viral world really works. 

Israel, Germany 2019 58 minutes Hebrew, English Subtitles in Hebrew, English 

 
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