Event Sheltering Islands

Sheltering Islands

Screening

18 February 2017
3pm–5pm

  • Event Cost:
    Free

Presented as a partnership between Queensland Film Festival and the Institute of Modern Art, this free screening draws on the concept of the island, distinct yet connected, for thinking through history and the dynamics of power.

I Don’t Think I Can See An Island
Christopher Becks & Emmanuel LeFrant, 2016 | 4 minutes
A Film of Symbolically Authentic Non-Euclidean Adventures.
Courtesy of Light Cone.

An Aviation Field
Joana Pimenta, 2016 | 14 minutes
An anonymous aviation field, a hissing volcanic mountain; Joana Pimenta’s An Aviation Field melds nature and artifice, Cape Verde and Brasilia, as it explores the past and speculates towards the future.
Courtesy of AGÊNCIA.

Burning Mountains That Spew Flame
Samuel M. Delgado & Helena Girón, 2016 | 14 minutes
In which the labyrinthian volcanic caves of the isle of Lanzarote are explored for their history as a point of shelter and resistance.
Courtesy of Samuel M. Delgado & Helena Girón.

The Island Is Enchanted With You
Alexander Carver & Daniel Schmidt, 2014 | 28 minutes
This lyrical work refracts the colonial history of Puerto Rico, its encounter with the Spanish Crown and its host of new diseases, through the lens of erotic innuendo and comedy.
Courtesy of Alexander Carver & Daniel Schmidt.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands where the IMA now stands. We pay our respect to Elders past, present, and emerging.

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