Ciné Salon: Buried Treasure
Impressions on the Art of the Cinematograph with Bruce Posner
Sami van Ingen: Moving Shadows
Finnish film artist Sami van Ingen makes experimental films based on his “archaeologism” of discarded films made new through salvaging, recycling and reconstructing found footage, layering analog-digital processes and stretching boundaries of filmic representation. His films also reflect--in different ways and to varying degrees--the historical situation of the film medium as it currently stands.
Sequent of Hanna Ave. (2005) 7 mins.
Deep Six (2007) 7 mins.
Exactly (2008) 8 mins.
Just One Kiss - The Fall of Ned Kelly (2009) 47 mins.
Primaries (2011) 42 mins.
Hate (2012) 12 mins.
Courtesy Sami van Ingen.
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Ciné Salon's Spring 2013 film series digs deep into the archives and comes up with cinematic gold, unique and original visions. The films range from underrated mainstream classics (Moana
, The Cruel Sea
) to avant-garde experiments (Alexander Kluge, Sami van Ingen, Bruce Baillie) and a comic rediscovery (Charley Bowers).
Ciné Salons are held on selected Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Mayer Room at Howe Library. For a complete schedule of Ciné Salon events, click here.
Date: March 4, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm