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Study Circle

conversations
film
04—05.03.2022

A two-day study circle with screenings, panel talks, and lectures, touching on the imaginaries and practices of place-making in film.

How can film help shape a radical consciousness about place-making? How can it offer a reflection on the day-to-day struggles of those that work from the homely premise that freedom is a place? How can it bring imagination to the making of places that do not exist yet? How can film help undo the violent terms and infrastructures that maintain oppression? How does film relate to these more-than-social imaginaries, and how can film help strengthen their community-building and resources? What films keep us engaged in these struggles, nurturing our refusal of the partitioning terms given to us today? How can we think of cinema as a way of coming together, in which mutual exchange, shared knowledge production, and an ethic of connectedness are the starting points? Next, how can a film practice acknowledge the (im)material relations and affiliations with other, geographically and historically dispersed, cinematographic practices of place-making?

In this two-day study circle with screenings, panel talks, and lectures, you will meet with several filmmakers who consider film practice as a form of place-making that contributes to a relational geography of connected struggles, imaginaries, and resources. The screenings introduce exclusively Belgian premières and previews of film works in development, discover the detailed program here and an overview below. 


We don't offer day tickets as seats are limited, please book your ticket per session.

 

Friday 4 March 2022,13:30-22:30 

13:30 > 15:00  Session #1, Keynote Lecture: Avery F. Gordon, On the Matter of Living Through It; with an introduction by Robin Vanbesien

15:30 > 18:30  Session #2, Film, Preview: Raphaël Grisey & Bouba Touré, Xaraasi Xanne – Crossing Voices (2021 exhibition  version, 110’); followed by a Q&A with Raphaël Grisey, moderated by Avery F. Gordon

18:30 > 20:00  Dinner: please book in advance

20:00 > 22:30  Session #3, Film, Belgian Première: Marta Popivoda, Landscapes of Resistance (2021, 95’); followed by a Q&A with Marta Popivoda and co-writer Ana Vujanović, moderated by Daniella Shreir

 

Saturday 5 March 2022, 10:30 - 22:30 

10:30 > 12:00 Session #1, Keynote Lecture: Olivier Marboeuf, Towards a Living Place; with an introduction by Robin Vanbesien

12:00 > 14:00 Lunch: please book in advance 

14:00 > 16:00 Session #2, Film Conversation, Preview: Subversive Film, Tokyo Palestine Collection; followed by a Q&A with Subversive Film, moderated by Lara Khaldi

16:30 > 18:30 Session #3, Ciné Assembly, Preview: The Post Film Collective, On Recreation (working title)

18:30 > 20:00 Dinner: please book in advance 

20:00 > 22:30 Session #4, Film, Belgian Première: Ana Vaz, 13 Ways of Looking at a Black Bird (2020, 31’) / Apiyemiyekî? (2019, 27’); followed by a Q&A with Ana Vaz, moderated by Stoffel Debuysere


Ciné Place-Making is convened by Robin Vanbesien in the context of his eponymous doctoral research-in-the-arts project at Sint Lucas Antwerpen.

The study circle will be accompanied by a thematic focus on place-making in cinema and photography in online magazine Trigger (www.fomu.be/trigger), with Robin Vanbesien as co-editor.

curated by Robin Vanbesien, and organised in the context of his eponymous doctoral research-in-the-arts at Sint Lucas Antwerpen | produced by timely, in collaboration with Kaaitheater | with the support of Flemish Audiovisual Fund (VAF), OJO grant University of Antwerp, Sint Lucas Antwerpen Research Group (SLARG), Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA)

LANGUAGE : English
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Kaaitheater VAF