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NYBAKAT (3)
CAMILLA BERGQVIST: “Black Beauty”
13 December 2003 at Filmform.

Filmform is proud to present Camilla Bergqvist and her new video work Black Beauty. This is the third exhibition in the series “NYBAKAT” (trans. freshly baked) at Filmform during the fall 2003 and spring 2004.

Opening: Saturday 13/12, 1-7 pm
Artist Talk: Sunday 14/12, 2-3 pm. The artist talks about her work.
Opening hours: Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 of December at 12-3 pm as well as Saturday the 10 and Sunday 11 of January 2004 at 12-3 pm
Location: Filmform, Svarvargatan 2, Stockholm
Curator: Marianne Zamecznik

 

NYBAKAT (1)
LOVE NORDBERG: "Trial and Error - All you need is love"
27 september 2003 at Filmform

Love Nordberg is the first artist to be presented in the series entitled "NYBAKAT" (trans. freshly baked) at Filmform. We warmly welcome you to the opening on Saturday, september 27th at 1 PM. The artist will be giving an artist talk on Sunday, september 28th at 2 PM

Vernissage: Lör 27/9, kl 13-19. Welcome!
Artist Talk: Sön 28/9, kl 13. The artist talks about his work.
Kurator: Marianne Zamecznik
Tid/Time: Sat-Sun at 12-15 pm until 12 october
Plats/Venue: Filmform (Svarvargatan 2, Stockholm)

 

RIGHT ABOUT NOW
30 August 2003 at Moderna Museet

Film and video programme as part of the exhibition "Beyond Paradise" presented and shown by Richard Julin, curator, Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall and board member of Filmform. Moderna Museet commissioned Filmform to produce this film and video programme for Beyond Paradise.

Curators: Richard Julin and Henrik Orrje.
Time: Saturday 30/8, 5 pm
Venue: Moderna Museet, The Auditorium
(Klarabergsgatan 61, Stockholm, T-bana: T-Centralen)
More info at Final Weekend at Klarabergsviadukten 61!

 

HOW LONG DID YOU INTEND TO STAY?
3 september 2003 Kulturhuset, Studio 3, Stockholm

The exhibition reflects the ongoing discussion about moving images in the public space. The Swedish Museum of Architecture and representatives for Coming!/Filmform Foundation have invited artists, architects and researchers to articulate their visions for the future.

Opening: Thursday 21 August, 4 pm
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10 am – 7 pm, Saturday 11 pm – 6 pm
Location: The Swedish Museum of Architecture, Stockholm
Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm (Underground: T-centralen)
Read more at www.coming.nu (Release 21 August)

 

HOW LONG DID YOU INTEND TO STAY?
3 September 2003 at Kulturhuset, Studio 3, Stockholm

Seminar
A one-day seminar with invited guests from Japan, Holland, Sweden and USA/Wales.

Time: 3 September 2003
Location: Kulturhuset, Studio 3, Stockholm
(Kulturhuset, 2:nd floor, Sergels Torg, T-centralen)
Read more at www.coming.nu (Release 21 August)
23 August – 28 September 2003 at Kulturhuset, Stockholm

 

MOVING JAPANESE
23 aug-28 sept 2003 at Kulturhuset, Stockholm

The exhibition “Moving Japanese” wants to explore the connection between the public space and the moving image. The exhibition also wants to explore how expressions of the Eastern culture sphere can be understood in a different cultural context. Moving, the English word for touching (emotionally) and motion, with both of its meanings; on the one hand the artists’ desire to move their audience and on the other hand the tendency in contemporary art to move outside geographical and technical boundaries.

Coming!/Filmform Foundation have invited the curator Hitomi Hasegawa. Participating artists: Mitsuhiro Ikeda, Shiro Masuyama, Midori Mitamura and Satoru Tamura.

Opening: Saturday 23 August, 1-3 pm
Venue: Kulturhuset, Stockholm
(Kulturhuset, 2:nd Floor, Sergels Torg, T-centralen)
Read more at www.coming.nu (Release 21 August)
Saturdays 8.50 pm at Swedish Television channel 2 during the summer

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THE VISUAL WEISS AND THEH I STORY OF EXPERIMENTAL FILM
9-30 augusti 2003 på Karlstad Universitet

Karlstads Universitet presenterar i samarbete med det internationella Peter Weiss Sällskapet, Film i Värmland, Filmform och Goethe Institutet den första internationella konferensen tillägnad filmaren Peter Weiss. Konferensen föregås av ett program om den experimentella filmens historia, presenterad av Pip Chodorov, Paris.
Konferensen om Peter Weiss inkluderar ett retrospektiv av Weiss filmer och en serie föredrag och diskussioner kring den visuella kulturen hos Weiss. Föreläsarna är välkända Weiss-experter: Magnus Bergh, Julia C. Hell, Christine Ivanovic, Anton Philipp Knittel, Lutz Koepnick, Max Reithmann .

Förfrågningar, registrering och förhandsbokning av biljetter t.o.m. 15 augusti via weiss@kau.se eller tel 054-700 18 13.
Ingen deltagaravgift men begränsat antal platser.

Tid:29-30 augusti
Plats: Karlstad Universitet

THE MAGNIFICENT SIX
Saturdays during the summer at 20.50 pm in Swedish Television channel 2

For those who missed the screenings at cinema Zita in Stockhom and Haga in Gothenburg. Now you have the opportunity to see the six films, one at the time in Swedish television during the summer.
You can also buy the DVD “The Magnificent Six” at Åhléns department store and at www.discshop.se

Screening times: Saturdays, 8.50 pm
14 June: The Burglary – by Anna Selander and Malin Skjöld
21 June: The Man Without Qualities – by Lars Arrhenius
5 July: Who is Zdenko Buzek? – by Magnus Bärtås
12 July: Nightcream – by Lova Hamilton and Mia Olsson
26 July: Scale 1:1 – by Anders Boqvist and Timo Menke
Screening time not yet decided: The Power if Your’s – by Kent Tankred and Leif Elggren

 

VIDEO VOLT NR 4:
10 May 2003 at Elverket (The Power Station), Stockholm

ANIMATIONS
Filmform presents animated film from 1968 up to the current date, in the fourth and the last programme in the series Video Volt at Elverket (The Power Station).
Please note: Only one screening – no reruns this time!
Artists: Eric M. Nilsson, Katarina Löfström, J Tobias Anderson, Erik Aalto and Felix Gmelin. Curated by Marianne Zamecznik, who also introduces the screening.

Time: Saturday 10 May, at 2 pm
Location: Linnégatan 69, Stockholm
(The corner Linnégatan - Styrmansgatan. Underground exit Karlaplan.
More information on www.elverket.dramaten.se

 

VIDEO VOLT NR 3:
26 April 2003 at Elverket (The Power Station), Stockholm

MTV - Music in video art
FUN AND INSTRUCTIVE! Filmform’s programme nr 3 in the series Video Volt, MTV, revolves around music. Music has always played an important part the making of experimental films, since the very beginning. We see how artists work with sound today and get the chance to revisit Viking Eggeling’s Diagonal Symphony from 1924.
Artists: Viking Eggeling, Bodil Furu, Peter Geschwind och Gunilla Klingberg, Katarina Löfström, Måns Müllner and Lina Selander. Curated by Marianne Zamecznik.

Time: 26 April, at 2 pm
Location: Linnégatan 69, Stockholm
(The corner Linnégatan - Styrmansgatan. Underground exit: Karlaplan.
For more information: www.elverket.dramaten.se

 

VIDEO VOLT NO 4
May 2003 at Elverket (The Power Station), Stockholm

- Filmform at Elverket (The Power Station)

Time:
Saturday 10 May: programme 4
Saturday 24 May: programme 4
Previous programmes: se events below.
Address: Elverket, Linnégatan 69, Stockholm.
(The corner Linnégatan – Styrmansgatan. Underground exit: Karlaplan)

 

THE MAGNIFICENT SIX
25 March – 10 April 2003, Haga Cinema, Gothenburg

- six short films
Short film programme with films from some of Sweden’s most established artists! 44 minutes – Not so short but for free!!!

The Burglary – by Anna Selander and Malin Skjöld
The Man Without Qualities – by Lars Arrhenius
The Power is your’s – by Leif Elggren and Kent Tankred
Who is Zdenko Buzek? – by Magnus Bärtås
Nightcream – by Lova Hamilton and Mia Olsson
Scale 1:1 - by Anders Boqvist and Timo Menke

Screened: Tuesday – Thursday, 6 pm (25 March – 10 April)
Venue: The Cinema Haga
Address: Linnegatan 21, Gothenburg
Tickets: 031-428810

 

STOCKHOLM ART FAIR
6-9 March 2003 at Sollentuna Expo Center

Pay a visit to Filmform’s exhibition case
Filmform presents selected moments from the Magnificent Six – a short film project with films by Anna Selander/Malin Skjöld, Kent Tankred/Leif Elggren, Magnus Bärtås, Lova Hamilton/Mia Olsson, Anders Boqvist/Timo Menke and Lars Arrhenius.

Time: Thursday – Saturday 12-8 pm, Sunday 12 – 6 pm
Venue: Exhibition case 2B 38, Hall 2
Address: Sollentuna Expo Center, Stockholm.

 

THE MAGNIFICENT SIX
Until 20 March, 6 pm at the Cinema Zita, Stockholm

- Short Film Programme
Filmform presents the short film programme “The Magnificent Six”, six short films by some of Sweden’s most established artists.

The Burglary – by Anna Selander and Malin Skjöld
The Man Without Qualities – by Lars Arrhenius
The Power is your’s – by Leif Elggren and Kent Tankred
Who is Zdenko Buzek? – by Magnus Bärtås
Nightcream – by Lova Hamilton and Mia Olsson
Scale 1:1 - by Anders Boqvist and Timo Menke

Screened: Every day until 20 March, 6 pm
Venue: Cinema Zita
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 37, Stockholm

 

VIDEO VOLT NO 2: LOOK OF LOVE
8 mars 2003 at Elverket (The Power Station)

Filmform at Elverket (The Power Station)
Now it’s time for Filmform’s programme no 2 in the series VIDEO VOLT at Elverket (The Power Station).

In the video programme Look of love we encounter violent emotions such as fear, evil and self-destruction. The programme is slightly over an hour long and contains 9 works of Swedish artists from the period 1994-2001. We would like to warn you that strong scenes occur.

Time: Saturday 8 March, at 2 pm
Location: Elverket (The Power Station)
Address: Linnégatan 69, Stockholm
(The corner Linnégatan - Styrmansgatan. Underground exit Karlaplan)

VIDEO VOLT - Filmform presents the Honorary Award to Petra Lindholm
22 February 20003 at Elverket (The Power Station)

The distribution of the prize will take place in the Strindberg room at Elverket 1 pm.
It will be presented by Monica Nieckels, Filmform.

The artist Petra Lindholm (born 1973) receives Filmform’s Honorary Award of 10 000 kr. Filmform wishes to offer the prize to a young artist, who already during her education showed that she had a strong language of her own and a wilful expression.
Since 1995, Filmform has presented the prize, which goes to a person who has distinguished him or herself in the domain of video art. Previous prize winners are Antonie Frank (1995), Gunvor Grundel Nelson, Olle Hedman (1996), Magnus Wallin (2000) and Ann-Sofi Sidén (2001).

Furthermore: at 2 pm screening of the film programme “Stockholm in black and white and some more”. The hour long programme is curated by Marianne Zamecznik, Filmform and consists of five films from the period 1947-1956, and a film by Petra Lindholm from 2001.

Date & time: Opening 22 February, 1 pm.
VIDEO VOLT - Filmform at Elverket (The Power Station),
Saturdays during Spring 2003:
8/2 1-3 pm opening 1, 22/2 1- 3 pm repetition 1
8/3 1-3 pm opening 2, 22/3 1- 3 pm repetition 2
12/4 1-3 pm opening 3, 26/4 1- 3 pm repetition 3
10/5 1- 3 pm opening 4, 24/5 1-3 repetition 4
Location: Elverket (The Power Station)
Address: Linnégatan 69, Stockholm
(The corner Linnégatan - Styrmansgatan. Underground exit: Karlaplan.

 

IS REALITY REALLY RELEVANT?
Seminar on documentary film and art
14+15 February 2003 at Färgfabriken, Stockholm

More and more artists use documentary material and documentary aesthetics in their works. Within documentary film making it has, simultaneously, become more common that the film maker’s subjective point of view is expressed. “Is reality really relevant?” asks which road artists and film makers will choose in the future, at a time when reality is in fashion and docu- has become a favourite prefix. What responsibility have the film makers got towards those who are depicted? Is reality relevant without an interpreting subject? How do the film makers and artists view their own position in their own works? How does the viewer relate to what is portrayed?

The seminar invites international film makers, artists and theorists to presentations and talks about artistry and the documentary. The seminar is arranged by Filmform, Färgfabriken, IASPIS and Swedish Television.

The seminar is held:
Friday 2 February 1-7 pm
Saturday 15 February 10 am – 01 am
(Saturday from 7 pm: dinner, bar and mingle)
How to apply:
Send an e-mail to reality@fargfabriken.se and state your name and telephone number 6 February the latest. The prize of a two day seminar for 300 kr. Lunch and dinner is included Saturday. N.B. Limited number of seats.
Venue: Färgfabriken, Stockholm.
Address: Lövholmsfabriken 1, Liljeholmen, Stockholm.
(Underground: Liljeholmen or the tram to station Trekanten)
For more information please call: 08-645 29 40

 

THE MAGNIFICENT SIX
31 January + 1 February 2003, Gothenburg Film Festival

World première at Gothenburg Film Festival for “The Magnificent Six”. Six short films by some of the most established artists in Sweden.

The Burglary – by Anna Selander and Malin Skjöld
The Man Without Qualities – by Lars Arrhenius
The Power is your’s – by Leif Elggren and Kent Tankred
Who is Zdenko Buzek? – by Magnus Bärtås
Nightcream – by Lova Hamilton and Mia Olsson
Scale 1:1 - by Anders Boqvist and Timo Menke

Time and location:
Friday 31 January 1.45 pm at Atalante (no 494)
Saturday 1 February 1.45 pm at Atalante (no 558)
Cinema première at Zita in Stockholm the 28th of February.
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 37
Screened: 28th of February time: ?? January time:??, every day.