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Panorama 4: Film & Video

10 May 2000
Location: Filmtheater ‘t Hoogt
22:00 - 23:30
13 May 2000
Location: Filmtheater ‘t Hoogt
16:00 - 17:30

Decency has returned to art. Media obsession, ethnocentrism, and promiscuity are denounced. Norms and values, even in art itself, are finally held up to the light. And when this decency is unmasked as hypocrisy, it’s a tough pill to swallow.

Restricted, Jay Rosenblatt (USA, 1999, 16mm, 1min)
Good Advice, Ruben Guzman (Argentina, 1999, video, 10min)
Reproduction, Mark Shepard (USA, 1999, video, 1min)
What’s All The Commotion!, Arianne Olthaar & Marjolijn van der Mey (Netherlands, 1999, video, 3min)
Déjá Vu, Lisl Ponger (Austria, 1999, 35mm, 21min)
Tradition Ist Die Weitergabe Des Feuers Und Nicht Die Anbetung Der Asche, Gustav Deutsch (Austria, 1999, 35mm, 1min)
Manifesto Of New Academism, Olga Tobreluts (Russia, 1998, video, 3min)
They Never Come Back (3), Horst Baur (Germany, 1999, video, 3min)
Seasons Greetings From Phil Mulloy, Phil Mulloy (UK, 1999, 35mm, 3min)
How To Be A Recluse, Laurel Swenson (Canada, 1998, video, 5min)
Foodstuffs Are Ethnic, Never Racist, Krisna Murti (Indonesia, 1999, video, 8min)
Who Wants To Live Forever, Aes Group (Russia, 1999, video, 6min)


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