NOVA-KINO Lecture

NOVA-KINO Lecture
Saturday, April 20th '13 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Media Room @ Moore

SATURDAY, APRIL 20 | Media Room | 1:30PM

Graduate Studies at Moore presents a lecture by Mark Boswell on NOVA-KINO: THE HISTORY OF CINEMATIC AGIT-PROP, tracing the origins of the found footage film movement back to the Russian twenties, Futurism, Dada and Surrealism up to contemporary practices of detournement, appropriation and mash-ups.
 

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Mark Boswell was awarded the 2004 International Media Art Award from The ZKM Museum in Karlsruhe Germany for his film The End of Copenhagen.
 
Recent films have been screened in the Cambridge Film Festival, U.K., The Milano Film Festival, Italy, The Transmediale Festival, Berlin, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and the 10th Biennial of the Moving Image, Geneva, Switzerland. His films have screened in over 25 countries and translated into 6 different languages
 
Read more about him and his films here: http://bit.ly/16hJldo
 
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