Urban Research selection at cogcollective, London

From: Klaus W. Eisenlohr (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Aug 04 2006 - 08:06:11 PDT

richfilm productions and Directors Lounge proudly announce:

Urban Research selection
Screening in London

4:00pm, Sunday 6th August 2006

presents a screening at
Candid Arts
3, Torrens St
London, EC1V 1NQ

Urban Research on Film is an ongoing film and
video screening project curated by Klaus W.
Eisenlohr for Directors Lounge in Berlin. Urban
Research presents artists and filmmakers who
address the progress of urbanity. Contemporary
architectural and social impacts on urban
developments and public space have become a theme
for many artists. This collection of short films
comprises documentary, experimental and
intermediate forms. The similarities as well as
the complementary uniquness of the works,
together, give a refreshing, challenging and
entertaining artists' view onto contemporary live
in cities.

A Promessa - NoŽelle Georg (4:15, 2004, Portugal)
There's Nothing There - Katerina Seda (14:00, 2003, CZ)
Detroit Park - Julie Murray (8:00, 2005, USA)
If You Lived Here You Would Be Home By Now - Diane Bonder (15:00, 2001, USA)
In 'na City - Papa 'n Razzi aka Kemmy Thyssen (7:33, 2005, Germany)
Stadtrandzone Mitte in Langenhagen (excerpt) -
Klaus W. Eisenlohr (4:30, Germany)
SAVE - Roger Warren Beebe (5:00, 2005, USA)
Night Walk - Fabienne Gautier (7:00, 2006, France)
The Corridor - Virginie LaganiŤre (2:26, 2005, Canada)
On A Slow Boat to China - Sonja Lillebaeck Christensen (18:00, 2005, Denmark)
Framefunk - Dirk Holzberg and JŲrg Pfeiffer (3:25, 2001, Germany)
All work shown as video.

Klaus W. Eisenlohr will introduce the films and will be available for Q&A.

Klaus W. Eisenlohr, OsnabrŁcker Str. 25, D-10589 Berlin, Germany
email:			email suppressed
hannover project:		http://www.olgacity.de
homepage:			http://www.kw-eisenlohr.de
and film production:		http://www.richfilm.de
phone:			int.- 49 - 30 - 3409 5343 (BERLIN)
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.