Sep
2
8:00 PM20:00

Uncovering Digital Fiction

Andy Campbell (UK) and Judy Alston (UK) WALLPAPER, uncovering Digital Fiction. This visually striking and poetic narrative game explores distant memories through swirling texts, interactive objects and memorabilia, an original soundtrack and a medley of voice overs. Created spontaneously and without a script, the authors explain how WALLPAPER was created, and share a newly imagined Virtual Reality version.

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Sep
2
6:15 PM18:15

Poetry films on Europe and its crisis

Sigrun Hölrigl (AT): Aus dem Auge (poem by Valerie Fritsch , digital film by Matthias Zuder), Thomas Zandegiacomo del Bel: Known unto God (2016), poems by Bill Manhire, directed by Suzie Hanna. Gone Is Syria, Gone (Greece 2016), poetry and direction by Jazra Khaleed. At the Border (Netherlands 2016), poetry by Jan Baeke, directed by Jan Baeke and Alfred Marseille. Refugee Blues (2016), poetry by W.H Audun, directed by Stephan Bookas and Tristan Daws.

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Sep
2
12:00 PM12:00

Highlights from Zebra and Art Visuals & Poetry

by Sigrun Hölrigl (AT): To Lou Andreas-Salome, poems by Rainer Maria Rilke, digital film by Jutta Pryor. Thomas Zandegiacomo del Bel (DE): Vacancy (Germany 2016), Paint Me A Painting (Israel 2015), The Wolf Fearing the Wolf (Germany 2014), Goldfish (Germany 2016), Hail the Bodhisattva of Collected Junk (Taiwan 2015), Steel and Air (United States 2015) and Off the Trail (England 2015).

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Sep
1
6:45 PM18:45

Poetry & Goat horn

Screening of Kristian Pedersen (NO) and Aina Villangers Skog, The musician Karl Seglem improvises to readings by Morten Langeland (NO), Catherine Blaavinge Bjørnebog (NO), Sondre Bjørgum (NO),  Ingvild Burkey (NO) Rebecca Kjelland (NO),  Mette Karlsvik (NO) and  Aina Villanger (NO). Screening of Frank Wierkes (DE) film based upon a poem by Kartan Hatløy. Music by Karl Seglem.

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Sep
1
6:00 PM18:00

Old Movements

An opening fanfare by Karl Seglem (NO). Recomposing Henrik Ibsens Peer Gynt by animator Kristian Pedersen (NO) and composer Erik Hedin (SE) . The Boyg  is an abstract animated short film inspired by Norwegian mythology, lurking serpents, paralyzing panic attacks, and The Great Boyg itself who finds us all. Premiere of the festival teaser by Tord Torpe (NO).

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