Impakt Festival Fellow Parmesh Shahani is doing some free publicity and urges everyone to tweet and facebook and spread the word on the Impakt Festival!
The festival’s curators Samantha Culp and Cher Potter present a number of brief presentations on the highlights of the No More Westerns programme
Grey Filastine hosted a unique, intimate masterclass where he presented the way he builds his frontier-busting music
A view from the Round Tables that daily discuss a specific topic with guests from the Impakt Festival and special invited guests.
For ‘Let us praise the vernacular!’ Impakt Online invited artists and researchers to present their works that are an ode to the specificities of places.
Screening of ‘Hello’ by filmmaker Matthijs Vlot during the panorama film programme of the festival
How Brazilian cannibals captured, devoured and digested Western thinking
Film expert Kate Taylor explores how Japan’s most popular video site, Nico Nico Douga, started out as a simple website that linked videos from YouTube, until they were banned by the video giant.
Check out the 2012 festival opening act: Filastine ft. MC Nova
William Uricchio demonstrates how television has totally re-contextualised any normative ideas of nationalism or the West
A collective listening/viewing experience is in order to discuss how and why the Korean Wave is taking over.
Panorama Event #3: Rigid Regimes
Whatever happened to the archetypal cowboy we know so well from spaghetti westerns?
The instability of the world’s financial markets has led to the development of countless alternative currencies that often consciously develop away from state supervision. An […]