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Nicolas Provost Gravity 06:12, Color, Stereo, BE, 2007 The cinematic kiss is probably one of the most archetypical images to be found in film history. It is usually a reassuring…

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Power Up

Sverre Fredriksen Power Up 04:59, Color, Stereo, NL, 2006 Power Up is an animated short film created with stencils, spray paint and a super-8 film camera. It presents a critical…

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Aleksandra Domanović Anhedonia video (87:00, loop), DE, 2007 Anhedonia came out of a desire to replace the visual layer of an entire film with tagged footage, putting the words from…

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Jan Verbeek

Jan Verbeek was born 1966 in Bonn, Germany. From 1987 to 1989 he studied Art History, Literature and Communication Research at Bonn University. From 1989 to 1996 he was student…

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David Larcher

Born 1942 in London. Film and video artist. Lives and works in London, Cologne and Mauritius. David Larcher worked as a photographer and filmmaker during the sixties, and has been…

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Quayola Natures, 2 channel video installation, Sound by Mira Calix, GB, 2008 Nagrada Bogdanka Poznanović Bogdanka Poznanović Award, main prize for the installation or live piece went to Natures (Quayola) which…

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Plot Point

Nicolas Provost Plot Point, 15:27, Color, Stereo, BE, 2007 Nagrada Sfinga However the jury surprised themselves with their eventual selection of Plot Point (Nicholas Provost) as the ultimate winner of…

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Grzegorz Rogala Stairs, Schody, video installation, PI, 2008 Pohvala Stairs received an honourable mention for its poetic time remapping of human presence in an architectural space. (jury members: David Larcher, Jan…

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Armel Hostiou Kino 01:30, Color, Stereo, FR, 2005 An experimental, live-action, stop-motion animated celebration of the cinema.

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Ton Meijdam, Thom Snels, Béla Zsigmond independent exposure Capital Kapitaal, 06:10, B/W, Stereo, NL, 2005 An impression of the enormous amount of visual stimuli that we are harassed by every…

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