moves10: Framing Motion| 21-25 April 2010 | Liverpool & across the UK

moves – Festival
Based at Liverpool’s creative hub, the Bluecoat, this spring, moves will take your minds on an inspiring journey bringing the cream of the latest short films and video works by emerging experimental masterminds, internationally acclaimed artists and filmmakers to the region.
From Liverpool to Manchester and across the UK; on screens, on sites and online moves is celebrating its 6th successful year reaching out to more audiences than ever. With nearly 500 submissions from over 40 countries from around the globe, moves impact is greater than ever before encouraging even more talents from the region, the UK and around the world to discover and exchange new methods of telling stories through movement on screen.
moves10 presents a unique international 5 days programme packed with world and UK premières, groundbreaking and inspirational film productions and video installations complemented by the latest research on movement on screen and kinesthetic empathy by renowned industry professionals, interactive new media works, forums and workshops for film and video art aficionados, plus many inspiring live events that pull audiences into an adventurous mix of real, imaginary and abstract worlds.

moves invites you to experience, share, interact and create!
Programme highlights include:
From Shanghai to Liverpool: screening & presentation of “ Spintex” by Gina Czarnecki (UK)
North West première: screening & presentation on Armenian cinema master Sergei Paradjanov (Armenia)
North West première: Interactive performance “When We Meet Again” by Clara Garcia Fraile and Sam Pearson (Spain/UK)
UK première: “Livesoundstracks” by Sonom (Spain)
World première: live performance “Sayat Nova Revisited” by sound artist Goran Vejvoda (France)
World première: “Red Rain” by Bridget Fiske (Australia/UK)
In addition:
moves is proud to launch: Alternative Routes Award (EU)
new at moves: screen-based interactive installation s (Australia, Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Russia, Scotland, Spain, UK, USA)
workshop : Interactive Scenography LAB (Santi Vilanova/ Telenoika, Spain)
Panel discussion: “Screendance on the Verge” (Claudia Kappenberg, Jamie Watton, Pauline Brooks, Jen McLachlan, Gitta Wigro)
+ moves regular programme of events: moves Filmmaking LAB, Cartes Blanches, Family Friendly, Next-Tech, and more!

Links to moves taster videos:

CONCRETE – Jeannette Ginslov
TEMPO – Nora Adwan
RAPTURE – Noemie LaFrance
ANAMNESIS – Simon Ellis
STILL MOVING – Theo Tagholm
DRIFT – Theo Tagholm

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