with Siegfried A. Fruhauf
Thu, Nov 22nd | 18.00 - Sat, Nov 24th 2018 | 15.00
Costs: 3-day: 60 Euro | 1-day: 20 Euro // -50% for students, with derstandard Abo-Vorteilscard, European Youth Card, 4youCard // free for all filmmakers at YOUKI!
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Experimental Film – A thousand possibilities in the blink of an eyeDue to the dominance of the feature film, the experimental film is often pushed into the background. And still it’s the experimenting with the moving pictures that has in turn pushed the narrative cinema forward by extending established forms. Without these experiments, which have been working against a conventionalisation from the visually experienceable outsets on, even today’s commercial film would appear much poorer.This workshop will be about the goal of throwing all conventional forms of moving pictures overboard. Starting with an old strip of 1mm film, we will experience and research what moving pictures are able to do besides just narrating. We’ll see that this will be quite a lot.
Siegfried Alexander FruhaufFilmmaker and visual artist. Born in Grieskirchen. Grown up on a farm in the small upper-austrian town Heiligenberg. Vocation as an industry salesman. Studies of experimental visual arts at the University of creative and industrial Arts in Linz. First contacts to the Austrian avantgarde filmmaking. Leader of the YOUKI programme from 2003 to 2009. Tenure at the University of Art Linz and at the University Vienna. Guest Tenure at the Technical University Vienna 2017. Guest talks at the Anton Bruckner Private University Linz, the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the Technical University Vienna and the Crawford Art College in Cork (Ireland). Member of the avantgarde film distributor sixpackfilm in Vienna and the artist’s association Maerz in Linz. Several works and exhibitions spanning areas from film to photography. Participation in various renowned international film festivals (Festival de Cannes, International Filmfestival of Venice, Berlinale, Sundance Film Festival Park City…). Lives and works in Vienna and Heiligenberg.