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Kvikmyndaklúbburinn í Myrkri hefur göngu sína í Kling & Bang næstkomandi fimmtudag

Verið hjartanlega velkomin á reglulegar kvikmyndasýningar í vetur.
Film screenings in Kling & Bang (english below)

Í Myrkri

Í vetur færist gamla stofubíóið upp á aðra hæð. Boðið verður uppá reglulegar sýningar á völdum heimildarmyndum og experimental kvikmyndum eftir nokkra af áhugaverðustu kvikmyndagerðarmönnum samtímans og standa þær opnar almenningi.

Fyrsta sýning klúbbsins verður fimmtudagskvöldið 21. september á milli 21:15 og 23.

Þá sýnum við myndina Two years at sea eftir Ben Rivers og stuttmyndina A subsequent fulfillment of a pre-historic wish eftir Johannes Gierlinger.

Allir eru velkomnir og eru sýningarnar án aðgangseyris, en tekið verður á móti frjálsum framlögum sem munu renna beint til leikstjóranna.

Að kvöldinu standa Yrsa Roca Fannberg, Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir og Bryndís Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir í samvinnu við Kling & Bang.

 

Ben Rivers

Two years at sea

16 mm

1 hr 28 min

A man called Jake lives in the middle of the forest. He goes for walks in whatever the weather, and takes naps in the misty fields and woods. He builds a raft to spend time sitting in a loch. Drives a beat-up jeep to pick up wood supplies. He is seen in all seasons, surviving frugally, passing the time with strange projects, living the radical dream he had as a younger man, a dream he spent two years working at sea to realise.Winner of the FIPRESCI Prize (Critics’ Week and Horizons sections), Venice Film Festival 2011

https://vimeo.com/40807188
Ben Rivers studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art, initially in sculpture before moving into photography and super8 film. After his degree he taught himself 16mm filmmaking and hand-processing. His practice as a filmmaker treads a line between documentary and fiction. He is the recipient of numerous prizes including: FIPRESCI International Critics Prize, 68th Venice Film Festival for his first feature film Two Years At Sea; the Baloise Art Prize, Art Basel 42, 2011; shortlisted for the Jarman Award 2010/2012; Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists, 2010.

 

Johannes Gierlinger

A subsequent fulfilment of a pre-historic wish

16mm

9min

A subsequent fulfilment of a pre-historic wish is a Film about an female artist who died in a dubious accident. Connected in time trought the layers of rituals, nature, death and fragments of remembrance, a narrator searchs for her and a lost artwork and finds nothing more then pieces of a broken memory. The film revolves around Ana Mendieta, deals with the question of identity, spirtuality, fleeing and belonging and relates to current political situations. A connected track, a time loop, between the death of an artist and the question of death and losing within the historical and present politics. A Film in search for the traces of baffling death.

Johannes Gierlinger, born 1985 in Austria. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Screenings & exhibition amongst others at CPH:DOX, Edinburgh Int. Filmfestival (GB), mumok kino, Kunstforum Vienna, Diagonale Graz, Salzburger Kunstverein.

 

English
Film screenings in Kling & Bang.

Í Myrkri (in the dark)

The old living room cinema will move to the next level with regular screenings of selected documentaries and experimental films by some of the most interesting contemporary film makers.The first screening will take place on Thursday night, 21st of September at 21:15pm.

To kickstart Í Myrkri (In the dark) are Two Years at sea by Ben Rivers and the short film A subsequent fulfillment of a pre-historic wish by Johannes Gierlinger.

Everyone is welcome and entrance is free, but we welcome donations that go directly to the director of the evening.

The hosts of the evening are Yrsa Roca Fannberg, Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir and Bryndís Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir in collaboration with Kling & Bang.

 

Ben Rivers

Two years at sea

16 mm

1 hr 28 min

A man called Jake lives in the middle of the forest. He goes for walks in whatever the weather, and takes naps in the misty fields and woods. He builds a raft to spend time sitting in a loch. Drives a beat-up jeep to pick up wood supplies. He is seen in all seasons, surviving frugally, passing the time with strange projects, living the radical dream he had as a younger man, a dream he spent two years working at sea to realise.Winner of the FIPRESCI Prize (Critics’ Week and Horizons sections), Venice Film Festival 2011

https://vimeo.com/40807188
Ben Rivers studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art, initially in sculpture before moving into photography and super8 film. After his degree he taught himself 16mm filmmaking and hand-processing. His practice as a filmmaker treads a line between documentary and fiction. He is the recipient of numerous prizes including: FIPRESCI International Critics Prize, 68th Venice Film Festival for his first feature film Two Years At Sea; the Baloise Art Prize, Art Basel 42, 2011; shortlisted for the Jarman Award 2010/2012; Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists, 2010.

 

Johannes Gierlinger

A subsequent fulfilment of a pre-historic wish

16mm

9min

A subsequent fulfilment of a pre-historic wish is a Film about an female artist who died in a dubious accident. Connected in time trought the layers of rituals, nature, death and fragments of remembrance, a narrator searchs for her and a lost artwork and finds nothing more then pieces of a broken memory. The film revolves around Ana Mendieta, deals with the question of identity, spirtuality, fleeing and belonging and relates to current political situations. A connected track, a time loop, between the death of an artist and the question of death and losing within the historical and present politics. A Film in search for the traces of baffling death.

Johannes Gierlinger, born 1985 in Austria. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Screenings & exhibition amongst others at CPH:DOX, Edinburgh Int. Filmfestival (GB), mumok kino, Kunstforum Vienna, Diagonale Graz, Salzburger Kunstverein.

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