Filmverkstaden

Event archive

2018

2018-06-13
Stormvind Animationsläger

2018-04-20
THAW - live cinema by Greg Pope

2018-03-10
Project and Survive

2018-02-24
Films by Li-Chun Tseng, Rebecca Erin Moran and friends

2018-02-24
Visible/Invisible_BLUE

2017

2017-08-25
Starting from Scratch: Contact Printing Workshop

2017-07-06
Ekofoto

2017-06-17
New Maps of the New World

2017-06-17
Sound and Image: Making films on a laserprinter

2017-06-03
Starting from Scratch: Filmscreenings

2017-06-03
Starting from Scratch: Filmscreenings

2017-06-02
Starting from Scratch: Filmscreenings

2017-06-02
Starting from Scratch: Filmscreenings

2017-06-02
Starting from Scratch: Handmade emulsion

2017-03-18
Sound and Image: Camera ILLUMINATA-work in anabasis

2017-02-25
Animationsdagarna

2017-02-04
Sound and Image: John Grzinich - transduction twentyfifteen

2016

2016-12-29
Pekko Käppi, Tomutonttu, Soundi Mozard & The Bodybuilderz

2016-10-08
An evening with Dagie Brundert

2016-10-08
Yummy Soup EKO Film Workshop

2016-10-06
Pinhole EKO Photo Workshop

2016-06-06
Stormvind Animationsläger 2016

2016-04-21
SUPERMARKET Art Fair

2016-03-06
Stormvind Workshop - Ljud-Maskin

2016-02-06
Hand and Machine

2016-02-06
Chromaflex - 16mm

2016-01-23
Xavier Quérel: Quelques minutes de soleil après minuit

2015

2015-11-29
Svart/Vit Fotokurs

2015-11-18
L'Alternativa

2015-10-24
SUPER8 Workshop

2015-10-23
Art..Film..Friday - October FilmFest

2015-10-18
Home Movie Day 2015

2015-10-02
Stormvind Malax 2015

2015-09-06
WTF - Welcome to Finland

2015-09-05
Konstrundan

2015-08-29
Objekti On

2015-08-22
Polish Fandango

2015-08-09
Catalysti meets Filmverkstaden

2015-06-01
Stormvind Malax Filmläger

2015-04-16
SUPERMARKET Art Fair

2015-03-29
Stormvind Malax

2015-03-27
Antti Tolvi + Arttu Partinen + Arvid van der Rijt

2014

2014-12-21
International Short Film Day

2014-11-30
Future Shorts Autumn Season

2014-10-19
Home Movie Day 2014

2014-10-12
Dolphins Into The Future + Monopoly Child Star Searchers

2014-09-15
Future Shorts Summer Season

2014-09-06
Konstrundan

2014-06-02
Sommarkurs i foto

2014-05-24
Future Shorts Spring Season

2014-04-25
Den Arkaiska Rösten

2014-04-13
AAVE Festival

2014-03-21
Stormvind Malax

2014-02-14
SUPERMARKET ART FAIR

2014-02-07
Stormvind Malax

2013

2013-12-15
Future Shorts Autumn Season

2013-11-30
FOTOKURS

2013-10-19
Home Movie Day

2013-10-18
October Filmfest

2013-09-08
Future Shorts Festival

2013-09-07
Konstrundan

2013-08-08
WE MAKE FILM

2013-06-04
Sommarkurs i foto

2013-05-17
DJ kurs + videoklipp

2013-05-11
Fotokurs

2013-04-21
Brunch with Cherry Kino

2013-02-23
Future Shorts Festival

2012

2012-12-14
DJ/VJ workshop

2012-12-07
Friday Afternoon Drink

2012-12-07
Super8 Workshop

2012-11-25
Future Shorts Festival

2012-10-09
@föreningsmässan

2012-06-10
Noah's Archive@Kontaining

2012-03-23
D-I-T audiovisuell klubb för ungdomar

2011

2011-11-11
@Kulturkarnevalen

2011-10-15
@kulturmöten-öppet hus

2011-09-06
D-I-T

2011-08-11
@Konstens Natt: cameraless film workshop

2011-08-08
Ola Ståhl & Cassandra Troyan: F I L M : audio/video-performance

2011-06-06
Filmläger 2011

New Maps of the New World

17.06.2017 20:30 - 21:30 h

Filmverkstaden is delighted to present an evening with films by Roger Beebe (US). Roger Beebe is a filmmaker whose work since 2006 consists primarily of multiple projector performances that explore the world of found images and the “found” landscapes of late capitalism.
The filmmaker himself will attend, so there will be an opportunity to talk about the films afterwards.

TB TX DANCE (2006, 16mm, 3:00)
A cameraless film made of patterns of dots directly laser printed on clear leader. That background also doubles as an optical soundtrack with different pitches created by the different sizes/frequencies of the dots. This film was commissioned by Mike Plante at Cinematexas in 2005. The rules for this commission: Reference dance. Reference Texas. Have an autograph in it. Mention Toni Basil.

The Strip Mall Trilogy (2001, super 8, 9:00)
The Strip Mall Trilogy is a series of three city symphonies that attempt to liberate form and color from the sprawling consumerist landscape of postmodern America. The film was shot on super 8 and, with the exception of a few sequences in part 2, was edited entirely in camera.

S A V E (2006, 16mm, 5:00)
A disused gas station offers a curious imperative: “Save.” A riddle posed in the form of architecture: what is there to save? One more installment in the history of Americans pointing their cameras at gas stations; an attempt to figure out something about where we’ve been, where we’re headed, and what’s been left behind. The first part of S A V E was also edited entirely in camera.

Tiger, Tiger (music video) (2016, 16mm on HD video, 4:45)
A music video for the band Holopaw that uses found footage from a boys camp outside of Austin, TX in the 1950s. The video wonders what other paths masculinity might take in the time of Trump.

Congratulations (One Step at a Time) (2014, HD video, 4:00)
Notes on gender in the 21st Century. A sad sequel to “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby.” The video is single-take cinema that exists in both one-hour installation form and this truncated theatrical version.

tour/TOWER (2008, 16mm, 5:00)
I saw a kid playing in a sandbox, blissfully unaware that the Eiffel Tower loomed in the background. This film is an attempt to learn from that child and explore all the overlooked things that surround the tower.

Money Changes Everything (2009/rev. 2011, 3 × 16mm, 5:00)
Three days in Las Vegas, Nevada; three different visions of the discarded past and of the constantly renewed future. A three-part portrait of a town in transformation: a suburban utopia in the desert, a cancerous sprawl of unplanned development, a destination for suicides.

A Metaphor for the End of Just About Everything (2016, HD video, 3:00)
A document of the final hours of Long’s Book Store, a victim to both technological change and the pressures of real-estate development. The video is also a reflection on mortality, resonating with the billboard image of Félix González Torres’s “Untitled (for Parkett),” which was also destroyed with the building.

AAAAA Motion Picture (2010, 2 × 16mm, 12:00)
The Manhattan phone book has 14 pages of companies jockeying to be at the start of the alphabetical listings. Capitalism triumphs over linguistic richness yet again. Our challenge: to learn how to write poetry when there’s only one letter left. Made with a combination of original footage and a direct transfer of the pages of the phone book to 16mm clear leader.

Free entrance!