BAMBULE – HOW SHOLUD CHRISTIANS “HAVE SEX” ?
U petak 27.12. s početkom u 20:30 u projekcijskoj sali Kino kluba Split možete prisustvovati projekciji filma “Bambule” (“Sraćka”; 1970), distopične, jeftine (TV produkcija) i temeljito osporavane ekranizacije integracionističkog literarnog teksta kršćanske fundamentalistkinje Ulrike Meinhof (1934–1976), visokopozicionirane utemeljiteljice/aktivistkinje sistemski raslojene terorističke organizacije RAF (Rote Armee Fraktion), inspiracije za pjesmu “Broken English” sa istoimenog albuma popularne kršćanske obraćenice Marianne Faithfull, te općeg simbola krvavog revolucionarnog mahnitanja dijela pripadnika njemačke subkulturne scene u periodu šezdesetih i sedamdesetih godina prošlog stoljeća. Film je realizirao Eberhard Itzenplitz (1926–2012), partner razgranate “München-Film GmbH” produkcijske grupe u periodu 1966.-1972. kada je, kao nacionalni redateljski fušer, te zarana umirovljeni (oboreni) pilot njemačke aviacije (kraj Drugog svjetskog rata dočekao je kao sovjetski zarobljenik), ostvario suradnju s kreativno nastrojenim pripadnicima RAF-a temeljem čega je realiziran i ovaj projekt koji kao prigodnu blagdansku projekciju prikazujemo u zadnjem redovnom projekcijskom terminu petkom ove kalendarske godine. Središnja dramaturška petlja koju su neki literarni kritičari skloni definirati aspektima genijalnosti u scenariju mlade (objesila se u ćeliji nakon zatvaranja u proljeće 1976.) Ulrike primarno je kodirana donekle konvencionalnom, frivolnom “feminističko-lezbijskom” razgradnjom vastitog koncepta ličnosti na tri dijametralno suprotne identitetske osovine (karaktera), primarno definirane (pokorene) egzistencijalistički svesukladnom nepoželjnom scenografskom dimenzijom skripta (klerikalni ženski đački dom) iz koje je, kako proizlazi iz prilično traljavo/mladenački oslikanog represivnog aspekta kondenzirane situacije, moguće istupiti jedino upotrebom iracionalnog nasilja koje je u krajnjoj liniji ekvivalent nasilja nad samim sobom. Film tragično nastradale samohrane majke dvoje djece preporučiv je studentima, polaznicima bazičnih zanatskih filmskih tečajeva, te ostatku filmske publike zainteresirane za vjersko-terorističke povijesne “pikanterije”. U predprogramu “Short(s) Petting” s početkom u 19:15 u organizaciji Kino kluba Split (powered by “AGITATE:21C” web oriented group) možete pogledati 13 recentih eksperimentalnih kratkih filmova čiji su autori Carla Della Beffa, Marie Craven, Brigitte Neufeldt, Maximilien Luc Proctor, Wheeler Winston Doixon, Avant Kinema, (Sarahjane Swan & Roger Simian), Duo Stranglescope, Dee Hood, Enzo Cillo, Walter Ungarer i Lili White. Uz lijepe blagdanske želje za siječanj iduće godine vam najavljujemo kratke cikluse njemačkog klasika marginalne eksperimentalne kinematografije Wernera Nekesa, te grčkog guerilla queer redatelja Giorgosa Efthimioua.
EBERHARD ITZENPLITZ – BAMBULE (1970)
“Ulrike Marie Meinhof’s televised play Bambule was not broadcast for fear that it would elicit sympathy for the terrorist organisation she founded. This is despite there being no justification of violence for political ends. The withholding of funding and sponsorship continued into the late 1980s for works that condemned violence, but which also refused to provide positive support for the anti-terrorist measures of the state. Although understandable when a society is confronted by a crisis such as terrorism, it may hinder both the understanding of the complexities of political violence and debate over the issues it raises.”
(Michael W. Haynes: Ulrike Marie Meinhof’s Bambule and the Censorship of Terrorism in the Arts – abstract – https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1467-9256.00114 – account needed)
Trajanje: 89 minuta
Država: Njemačka (Zapadna Njemačka)
Jezik: njemački (engleski titlovi)
(POWERED BY AGITATE 21:C WEB-ORIENTED GROUP)
(01) Carla Della Beffa – Timeline (Italy; 2016) 03:00
Carla Della Beffa works with video, photography and relational art, designing and producing both complex interdisciplinary projects and simple, poetic ones. Her art is about sharing and connecting: people, ideas, knowledge, awareness. Formerly art director and creative director in international advertising agencies, Della Beffa has been a painter and a net-artist. After commuting for thirteen years between Milan and Paris, she now lives in Milan and is ready to travel almost everywhere. Her main themes are literature and food, relationships. Since 2011, her recent artistic research focuses especially on money-related issues and their social impact.
(02) Marie Craven – One Dream Opening Into Many (Australia; 2016) 03:15
Based in Queensland since 2003, Marie Craven spent her early years on a cattle station in outback NSW before her family relocated to Melbourne in the late 1960s. She was an actor in theatre in her teens and early twenties, becoming involved in film-making in the mid-1980s. She played a significant role in the development of the Melbourne Super 8 Film Group and MIMA (now Experimenta Media Arts). She has also been a freelance film reviewer and teacher of film-making at community centres, TAFEs and universities. During the early 1990s, she moved from experimental into narrative film-making and her films over the next decade and into the 2000s were successful on the international film festival circuit, garnering many awards and screening at over 100 events.
(03) Brigitte Neufeldt – Tanz Danse (Germany; 2019) 08:05
Born in Wilhelmshaven/Germany. Fine art studies with diploma: 1996 – 2001; Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar, Saarbruecken, master of arts: 2003-2005; Martin Luther – University of Halle Saale. Exhibitions in Korea, France, Italy and Germany. Curator of the exhibitions “baum.welt” since 2000 til today. Published: catalogue “UNO DUE TREE” after the show in UBA, Dessau.
(04) Maximilien Luc Proctor – Glitch Gazing (Germany; 2019) 03:22
Maximilien Luc Proctor (+MLP+) is a French-American filmmaker, musician & writer living in Berlin. He holds a B.A. in Film and Media Studies from the University of Oklahoma, where graduated with honors. He is an Eagle Scout and National Merit Scholar. In 2014 he was awarded the Ned Hockman Filmmaking Award for the short film Self-Reflection and the C. Clay Withrow Writing Award for an essay on the topic of Benny’s Video, White Noise and Baudrillard’s Simulacra. He has been a contributing writer for Photogénie since participating in their Young Critics Workshop in 2015, has been running Ultra Dogme since its inception, and his short films have played in festivals around the world.
(05) Wheeler Winston Dixon – Cross Dissolve (USA; 2019) 02:21
Wheeler Winston Dixon (born March 12, 1950) is an American filmmaker and scholar. He is an expert on film history, theory and criticism. His scholarship has particular emphasis on François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, American experimental cinema and horror films. He has written extensively on numerous aspects of film, including his books A Short History of Film (co-authored with Gwendolyn Audrey Foster) and A History of Horror. From 1999 through the end of 2014, he was co-editor, along with Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, of the Quarterly Review of Film and Video. He is regarded as a top reviewer of films. In addition, he is notable as an experimental American filmmaker with films made over several decades, and the Museum of Modern Art exhibited his works in 2003. He taught at Rutgers University, The New School in New York, the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and is currently the Ryan professor of film studies and English at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
(06) Avant Kinema (S. Swan & R. Simian) – Anna of my Seventy-Two Senses (Merzfrau III) (UK; 2017) 03:52
Avant Kinema are Sarahjane Swan & Roger Simian, an experimental duo based in the Scottish Borders. We collaborate on film, music, art and writing under the name Avant Kinema. Our films have screened throughout the UK, Europe, and several times on US experimental cable access show Here Comes Everybody, as well as throughout the Toronto Subway System. We were shortlisted for the Edinburgh International Film Festival’s Short Film Challenge in 2016 and had a new Super 8 short included in EIFF’s Walk With Us event in July 2019. We have received grants for our filmmaking from Creative Scotland, the South of Scotland VACMA (Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards) and The Hope Scott Trust. Our music – under the name The Bird And The Monkey – has been aired widely on BBC Radio, with one track used in the soundtrack for BBC2 drama, The Cut, in 2011.
(07) Duo Stranglescope – Tepoztlan (Brazil; 2018) 05:33
Duo Strangloscope’s (Rafael Schlichting & Cláudia Cárdenas) films have been always focused entirely on movement, rhythm, and composition, and we have abandoned the focus on narrative. It is fraught with conscious ambiguities, encourages multiple interpretations, and marshals paradoxical and contradictory techniques and subject-matter to create a work that requires the active participation of the viewer.
(08) Dee Hood – Minf Wandering (USA; 2018) 04:03
(09) Dee Hood – Altered Spaces (USA; 2016) 03:39
(10) Dee Hood – CIrcumference (USA; 2019) 03:01
Dee Hood ‘s background is in painting, sculpture and time-based media. Her experimental videos have been shown in over 20 countries around the world. Hood received her M.F.A. in Visual Art from the University of South Florida, Tampa,1990. She is a Professor Emeritus, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota Florida where she taught a variety of courses including time based media from 1993 -2015. More of her work can be seen at www.deehood.net
(11) Enzo Cillo – ἐκπύρωσις (Italy; 2018) 14:46
At the core of his research there is the topic of visible and invisible, and the constant questioning of the limit that exists between these opposites. His works are displayed at various international museums and festivals. He currently lives and works in Rome.
(12) Walter Ungarer – Gratitude (USA; 2019) 06:23
Walter Ungerer was born in New York City in 1935 of German immigrants. He studied art and architecture at Pratt Institute, receiving a BFA degree in 1958. He went on to Columbia University receiving an MA and PD in 1964. His first film “The Tasmanian Devil” was made in 1965 while living in a loft in the “flower district” of New York City. His third film “Meet Me, Jesus” gained him national recognition as a film artist through exposure at the Ann Arbor Film Festival. In 1969 “Ubi Est Terram Oobiae?” was included in a world-wide MoMA touring program that furthered his reputation. That year Ungerer moved to Vermont. In 2003 Ungerer moved to Maine, where he continues to produce his work. His most recently completed feature “down the road” debuted at the Syracuse International Film Festival in the Spring 2005, and a retrospective of his films was shown in Kiel, Germany in April 2006. Later in November 2006 Ungerer traveled through northern Germany showing his work. His most recent video installation debuted at the Space Gallery in Portland, Maine, March 2006. In 2008 it was installed at the Brattleboro Museum of Art, Brattleboro, Vermont. In December 2008 Echo Park Film Center and the Eqyptian Theatre, both in Los Angeles; hosted programs of Ungerer’s recent works including SUCH AS IT IS, EPITAPH, and THE SALT SHAKER AND THE MOON. Ungerer came to Los Angeles for the week of the showings. Presently Ungerer is organizing a program of films by Maine artists.
(13) Lili White – Darkness (USA; 2018) 10:13
Lili White has been making films since 1978. Using stylized gestures used as a mode of ritualistic format and screen performance, White’s modus operandi is often an exploration on the subject of relationships of power and repression; often drawing from ancient stories re-contextualized into meditations on the world in which we live and the ramifications of inaction and stagnation. Having studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy, she is influenced by art and its history painting. Informed by Eastern philosophy and psychological theory, White’s work has been called “a magical act” with an editing technique akin to “automatic” writing.
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