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Ben Judd – The Truth Will Set You Free (UK 2005, 11:08 Mins)

The Truth Will Set You Free uses the words of preachers from Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park and central London, whom Judd filmed for several […]

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Paulien Oltheten – 11 Fragments of Japan (Japan 2009, 20:28 mins)

The public domain and human behaviour is the starting point for the work of Paulien Oltheten (1982). Through photographs and video she presents an investigative approach: identifying […]

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Oliver Husain – Mount Shasta (Canada, 2008, 08:05 min)

Unfortunately this video is not available on the Impakt Channel, but you can see it here. “It’s always a pleasure to get blindsided by a great new […]

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CAMILLE VERBUNT – Beautiful (THE NETHERLANDS 2008, 04:32 MINS)

Unfortunately this video is not available on the Impakt Channel. This film is part of a series of mosaic-films that unite many individual and private, yet published […]

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Anna Baumgart – Swieze Wisnie (Fresh Cherries) (Poland/Norway 2010, 18:00 mins.)

It would always be a particularly beautiful woman, a very attractive one. She would be stigmatized due to her beauty, especially if she had no […]

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Joseph Krommendijk – Yvan (Belgium 2012, 8:53 mins.)

Yvan seems to perform a remarkable ritual. Material and form combine his personal longings. BIO: Joseph Krommendijk is Belgian video artist. Lives and works in Brussels.

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Gunilla Heilborn & Marten Nilsson – Sportstugan (Sweden 2005; 12:22 mins.)

How will his city friends cope with nature when Henrik gathers them in a summer house by a lake, deep in the forest? How will […]

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Parallel Universes Meet at Infinity – Manuel Saiz

Parallel Universes Meet At Infinity is a video installation. It was realized during a two weeks residency at the Springhill Institute (Birmingham) in September 2004.

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