The following notice has been doing the rounds! Experimental Cinema at ‘Black Sun’
The wonderful ‘weirdo music’ event Black Sun has kindly invited Cork Film Centre to programme a selection of experimental films as part of their next evening.Saturday, December 5th, 7 pm, @ The Pavilion, Cork
Tickets are €10 and are available from Plugd Records
The first Black Sun experimental cinema programme, curated by Maximilian Le Cain, consists of three short films, each articulating a different potential of the transformative perceptual processes that film and video have at their disposal. The film programme includes:
Cork filmmaker Chris O’Neill’s Saint Francis Didn’t Run Numbers
(3 mins, 2009).
(3 mins, 2005), a breakthrough work by Oriol Sánchez, arguably the most gifted experimental filmmaker to have come out of Spain in the past decade.
The evening’s centerpiece screening is a very rare showing of Etienne O’Leary’s Homeo
(40 mins, 1967), an object-lesson in the cinematic intensification of images drawn from day-to-day reality, in which home movie footage is rendered rock’n’roll poetry through montage.
The live lineup sees Black Sun welcoming a large portion of the Brighton 'out' family: in the shape of the hugely influential duo, Blood Stereo
, accompanied by Gryn Brvs
, and the debut solo performance from Fuaimbhac
, Galway-based artist Anne Marie Deacy.
To complete this line up, Distros and label Rimbaud Records and Dot Dot Dot will be present, as well as Paula Larkin who is baking gingerbread cupcakes with lemon buttercream icing, carrot cake cupcakes with creamcheese icing, chocolate fudge raspberry brownies and much more... All cakes are vegan.
Full details here!
This is an early gig!