Photo (detail): © Robert Breer. Courtesy Anthology Film Archives
In a co-production with Cinemateca – Portuguese Film Museum, Colisões
celebrates the work of american filmmaker Robert Breer. A cult figure in animation film, his unique approach to this genre took visual experimentation to its technical and poetic limits. Running until November 30 and concentrated in 4 sessions corresponding to different stages in Breers filmography, the cycle also presents two documentary works.
Highlighting Breer’s enduring influence, German filmmaker Klaus Wyborny will deliver the lecture entitled “Some points about Robert Breer and consequences for modern filmmaking”. Saturday, November 26, 6 pm, at the EXD'11/LISBOA Lounging Space.
joins the ongoing documentary cycle Resíduos, also held at Cinemateca. Invoking the “biography of things”, Resíduos
looks into the preservation of actions and objects but also the remains, traces and what is abandoned or discarded in the processes of making and manufacturing.
Until December 9 and along 11 sessions, Resíduos
features works by, among others, Richard Serra, Anthony McCall, Gordon Matta-Clark as well as filmmakers Klaus Wyborny and Hartmut Bitomsky, who will both attend the screening of their films.
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