Seeing Sound Cinema is a one hour animation programme that shows independent, innovative animations from makers all over the globe using novel approaches to filmmaking based on music. Also referred to as "seeing sound" by the first 1950 era filmmakers when the possibility to merge film and audio became a new feature in filmmaking, followed by a genre of films that base their visual storytelling on music.
With works by:
Raquel Meyers (SP), Niklas Ström (SE), Marin Marini (IT), Mehdi Hassan (PK), Kirsten Lepore (USA), David Kemps (USA), Rogier van der Zwaag (NL), Nobody beats the Drum (NL), Ryan Cashmere (USA), Ruffmercy (UK), Hand (DE), Claire Cronin (USA), Marcos Sanchez (MEX), Johan Rijpma (NL), Ted Wiggin (USA), Ori Toor (ISR), Marias (USA), Joel Trussel (CAN), Jason Forrest (USA), Mike Dinkleman (USA), Max Hattler (DE), Alexey Devyanin (RUS), Gangpol und mit (FR), Allison Shullnik (USA), Grizzly Bear (USA), Killer Bee (UK), Russ Ruffmercy (UK), Saiman Chow (CH), Eran Hilleli (ISR), Panda Bear (USA), The Bee x Alex Moy (JP), Thom Yorke x Tarik Barri (DE), Kvien & Sommer, Piotr Pajchel, Himuro Yoshiteru (JP), Hiroshi Kondo (JP), Dan Deacon (USA), Dave Hughes (USA).
Screentime: 1 hour
Seeing Sound Cinema is curated by Marieke Verbiesen, at presented in collaboration with BEK.
The programme is shown once Saturday 24.10 followed by a concert by Strings & Timpani with Espen Sommer Eide, and is presented in loop-form 25.10, followed by a talk at 18:00 by Marieke Verbiesen, Ola Lysgaard and Tijs Ham.