The Master of Film lecture series
Every other Wednesday night the Master’s department of the Film Academy invites guests to come and give a lecture. Speakers can be film makers, visual artists, composers but also philosophers, scientists or film theoreticians. The aim is simple: to broaden our horizon and to get inspired by a diversity of approaches and perspectives.
The lectures are free and open to all who are interested. For most lectures a reservation won't be necessary, but if you want to be sure to have a seat: please use the online RSVP form.
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Programme fall/winter 2014
10 December 2014
Lessons in Realism: Episode of the Sea | Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan
In this lecture, Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan will show and discuss their latest work, 'Episode of the Sea'. In this film, premiered at the Toronto festival and screened at IDFA, Van Brummelen and De Haan profile the small, unique town of Urk that was once an island in the Zuiderzee in Holland, while simultaneously investigating the parallels between the practices of fishing and of filmmaking. The result has been described as a "playful documentary", a "rich viewing experience", a "flat-out masterpiece".
Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan work together since 2002, producing film installations, writing, sculpture and collages that explore cultural and geopolitical landscapes such as Europe’s borders (Grossraum, 2005), sites of resource production and global trade (Monument of Sugar – how to use artistic means to elude trade barriers, 2007; Episode of the Sea, 2014), and the (non) sites of cultural heritage (Monument to Another Man's Fatherland, 2008, View from the Acropolis, 2012 and subi dura a rudibus, 2010). Most of their projects involve extensive research and long term collaborations. As part of their artistic practice, they express formal and informal research trajectories and the contingency of fieldwork in textual supplements. They do their own camera work, sound recording, production, montage, sculpting, and graphical design.
For more information about the lecturers, their work and their writings, see:
Drifting Studio Practice - From molding sugar to the unknown depths of the sea
Time & place
Date & time:
Every other Wednesday night,
Film Academy cinema
Please use the RSVP form
Programme fall/winter 2014
Wednesday Night Film Screenings
On the other Wednesday nights (when there is no Master Film lecture) our Master of Film students are organizing film screenings and talks at the Film Academy cinema.
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