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Filmform and guests at Klarabiografen
The 11th of November at Klarabiografen (Klara Cinema), Kulturhuset in Stockholm

Marie-Louise Ekman is the first special guest to present selected highlights from The Filmform Archive.
Filmform was founded in 1950 and is one of the oldest archives in the world that collect video art and experimental film. They promote, distribute and preserve Swedish art film.
The idea to invite special guests to curate programmes, with material chosen from the archive, has been considered at Filmform for a long time. The intention is to let the archive's material be filtered through different people's experiences, interests and reflections. As readings vary from one person to another and change overtime, archives should be used over and over again. Filmform's archive contains a rich variety of expressions, techniques and themes - with Swedish experimental film and video art from 1924 until today.
The programme is curated by Marie-Louise Ekman, artist, filmmaker, dramatist and rector at the Royal University College of Fine Arts.

Date/Time: 11th of November, 15.00
Tickets: 30 SKr.
Age limit: 15
Location: Klarabiografen (Klara Cinema), Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
Buy your ticket at Kulturhusets website or at the desk floor 0.

Filmform Presents Nature Films
30th of September at The Cinematheque in Stockholm

What about Nature? What is actually happening? What are we human beings doing? Will we be punished for our egoistic exploitation of Nature (the environment)? Has the world we live in, and depend upon, had enough? Will it retaliate against years of abuse? In Filmform's first Nature programme human beings are in focus, for better of for worse. The trio Heilborn, Nilsson and Kim Hiorthøy bring matters to a head in their film “Hur man gör” (What You Do). They leave us with questions whether humans are quite right in the head. Is everything a game and why was the film made in the first place? Timo Menke's and Nils Aglder's Fugitives from the Field displays a more serious aspect of the matter. The film is about people who have developed electro-hypersensitivity and have had to escape from urban life to live as close to nature as possible. The Hunter and the Dog are main characters in Henry Coombe's mad “Laddy and the Lady” and in the final video “Scream” by High Heel Sisters we hear a roar of frustration from the top of a mountain hill.

Screenings: 30th of September 2007 at the Cinema Sture at 4.30 pm.
Date/Time: Sunday the 30th of September, 4.30 pm
Location: The cinema Sture, Stockholm
Tickets can be purchased at the desk at Sture. If you choose to become a member of Cinemateket, the screening is free of charge/you get in for free.

Filmform presents new video works
13th of September at Cinemateket, Gothenburg

Filmform where invited to the Oberhausen Film Festival the 3-7th of May to present new Swedish video art alongside some of the world's most prominent distributors of video art and experimental film; Montevideo, Videobrasil, Vtape, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Arsenal Experimental, AV-arkki, Argos, Heure Exquise!, Electronic Arts Intermix, Sixpack and LUX).

Filmform and Cinemateket take the opportunity to screeen the programme at the Cinema Capitol in Göteborg the 13:st of September. We get to see video works by Catti Brandelius, Mette Hansen, Dan Lageryd, Klara Lidén, Petra Lindholm and Lars Åkerlund, Cecilia Lundqvist, Joanna Rytel and Alban Muja, Lars Siltberg, Johan Svensson, The Knife, Daniel Westlund and Christine Ödlund.

Screenings: Thursday 13:st of September at the Cinema Capitol in Göteborg at 7 pm.
Date/Time: Thursday 13:st of September, 7 pm.
Location: The Cinema Capitol in Göteborg.
Tickets can be paid for at the desk at Capitol. (You get the ticket for free if you become a member of Cinemateket.)

Filmform presents new video works at Cinemateket (The Cinematheque) in Stockholm and in Oberhausen
The 1:st of April 2007 at Cinemateket (The Cinematheque) in Stockholm.

Filmform has been invited to the Oberhausen Film Festival the 3-7th of May to present new Swedish video art alongside some of the world's most prominent distributors of video art and experimental film; Montevideo, Videobrasil, Vtape, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Arsenal Experimental, AV-arkki, Argos, Heure Exquise!, Electronic Arts Intermix, Sixpack and LUX). Filmform and Cinemateket take the opportunity to screeen the programme at the cinema Sture in Stockholm the 1:st of April. We get to see video works by Catti Brandelius, Mette Hansen, Dan Lageryd, Klara Lidén, Petra Lindholm and Lars Åkerlund, Cecilia Lundqvist, Joanna Rytel and Alban Muja, Lars Siltberg, Johan Svensson, The Knife, Daniel Westlund and Christine Ödlund.

Screenings: Sunday 1:st of April at the Cinema Sture in Stockholm at 4.40 pm and Sunday the 6th of May at Oberhausen Film Festival at 2.30 pm.
Date/Time: Sunday 1:st of April, 4.40 pm.
Location: The cinema Sture, Stockholm.

Tickets can be paid for at the desk at Sture. You get the ticket for free if you become a member of Cinemateket.

Filmform also presents another programme at Cinemateket in Malmö at the 31:st of March at the cinema Spegeln 4.00 pm. Info: www.sfi.se/cinemateket (Cinemateket/Malmö).