Re: [Frameworks] (An)Other Irish Cinema at Lucca Film Festival

From: ev petrol (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Oct 04 2010 - 20:43:40 PDT

nice one lads!
want to do a DVD swop?
cheers moira

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From: max le cain <email suppressed>
Subject: [Frameworks] (An)Other Irish Cinema at Lucca Film Festival
To: email suppressed
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2010, 5:16 AM

(An)Other Irish Cinema  Autumn Screenings

‘(An)Other Irish Cinema’ is the title under which Donal Foreman, Rouzbeh Rashidi and Maximilian Le Cain jointly screen their formally challenging short films. Successfully launched with a series of screenings at The Exchange Dublin Collective Arts Centre during the summer, this project will continue with two further screenings this autumn.

Lucca Film Festival, Lucca, Italy:  Wednesday, October 6th,  6.15 pm
A 100-minute programme of (An)Other Irish Cinema films will feature in this year’s Lucca Film Festival ( Lucca Film Festival is ‘an annual celebration of independent and experimental film & video. Run by a group of programmers with a strong focus on independent and experimental cinema, the festival's aim is to render avant-garde art, film and video more accessible to a wider audience’.  This year’s edition will also feature amongst its guests Abel Ferrara, Adolpho Arrietta and Viva Auder.

Galway Arts Centre, Galway, Ireland: Tuesday, October 19th, 8 pm
Galway Arts Centre will present a 100-minute (An)Other Irish Cinema programme. Details to be confirmed. Please check for updates.

About ‘(An)Other Irish Cinema’

‘(An)Other Irish Cinema’ is actually three ‘other’ Irish cinemas…

It is the work of three resolutely independent filmmakers based in Ireland who have built up prolific filmographies over the past decade in complete creative freedom, taking full advantage of the liberty for experimentation that low-and-no budget production offers. Although the visions audiences discover in the films of Donal Foreman, Rouzbeh Rashidi and Maximilian Le Cain are very different, they are linked by the use of exploratory, non-script-based approaches to filmmaking and by a keen awareness of the cinema histories that have explored the medium's possibilities far beyond the accepted rules of the multiplex.

Foreman, Rashidi and Le Cain formed ‘(An)Other Irish Cinema’ as a platform for joint screenings, to showcase their work and, in so doing, to propose the possibility of an/other filmmaking culture in Ireland.

For further details or to book a screening, visit:

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