Experimental Film Loops Competition!

Experimental Cinema is coming back to Central Library on Saturday, September 30th. There is still time to submit a short (no longer than 60 seconds), silent work for the video loops competition, hosted by Cinema St. Louis. Check out Cinema St.Louis  for contest details and the link to submit your film.

Also, check out the itinerary for the day long event below:

10:30 AM Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film (Central Auditorium) Pip Codorov's documentary journey through a century of experimental film.
12:30 PM Video Loops Competition with Cinema St. Louis (Central Auditorium & Discovery Walls)  Cinema St. Louis will screen winning and selected entries of the Video Loops Competition and award the winning filmmakers.
1:30 PM The Contemporary Prehistory of Digital Video (Creative Experience)  Local artists Chad Eivins and Kevin Harris present an interactive video installation that will incorporate custom built video synthesizers for pattern generation and image processing.
3:00 PM Lost in Space: Three Landscape Films by Bill Brown (Central Auditorium)
Experimental filmmaker Bill Brown will present and screen three of his films: Roswell, The Other Side, and Amarillo Ramp. A Q&A with the filmmaker will follow.
4:45 PM 16MM Drawn-on-Film Jam and Direct Animation Screening (Great Hall/Central Auditorium) Draw, ink, and scratch on clear 16mm film stock from 11AM-3PM. The resultant film will be edited together and screened as a short film along with classic works of Direct Animation.

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