Moving the Image LIVE with program and trailer!

We, InShort Film Festival and yours truly, are LIVE with our program and trailer!

Program 16th of March, 7.30-10pm @ Juju’s Bar & Stage
Tickets bit.ly/isffevents

TENSITY by Konrad Kultys, featuring Helena Ganjalyan
OFFSET by Anne Verheij, featuring Kathrin Gramelsberger, composer Cassie Kinsohi
REV by Elena Muchnaya, featuring Ekaterina Basalaeva
WHITE IS A FLOWER by Maamoun Azmy, featuring Valia Katsis
THE ACT OF BREATHING by Hana Yamazaki⁠, Featuring ⁠Gabriella Bathó
WARM ON A COLD NIGHT by Geej Ower, featuring ⁠Camila Gutierrez & Lucia Chocarro
ONES COUNTERPOINT by Anne Verheij⁠ and Miku Tsuchiya
INNER VOICE by Andiamo, featuring ⁠Jakub Józef Orliński
LOVE ME, FEAR ME by Veronica Solomon
OH BOY! by Hadi Moussally, featuring Benjamin Behrends
DANCES by Ramon Watkins, featuring ⁠Adolfo Aranjuez, Isabella Mulholland, Ogemdi Ude, Sumarlinah Winoto, Bailee-Rose Farnham, Alkis Magonezos, Steve Samuel, James McDonald, Matt Benson

Moving the Image – 16th of March

Come and join us for a pop-up short film evening with a bold selection of international films that make you move!

Dive into a world where rhythms reveal secrets and desires, where the beat makes your blood pulsate and where the senses come alive.
In this short film program, movement is our main character who is not just explored through the body, but also through the edit, the sound and the camera lens. Movement tells us an important story on how we frame our world(s), communicate and interact. All our individual experiences meet each other on the common ground of body language.

When: 16th of March, 7.30 – 10 pm
Where: @ Juju’s Bar & Stage, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
Pre-sale tickets till 1 March: Eventbrite InShortFF

Moving the Image is curated by InShort Film Festival and ANNE • and organised in collaboration with Juju’s Bar & Stage. InShortFF promotes independent, inclusive and international short films, and it is a fully volunteer-based initiative. Our programme includes F-Rating, meaning we give a shout out to films that are either directed/written/performed by women.

NYMPH()MANIAC: Volumes I and II – Lars von Trier

NymphomaniacNymph()maniac: a must see!

I was in luck to score the last ticket to this film double bill on Saturday 22 February in London, which ended with a live satellite Q&A with Stellan Skarsgård, Stacy Martin and Sophie Kennedy Clark.

This movie is an open conversation. A book with a simple story line and many chapters that invite you to enter the world of Joe. Documentary and fiction style grip you in their frames, frames that switch from 16:9 to 4:3 and more. It also contains collage, still image and multi staging, making it into a minefield for the senses, since you find yourself completely opened up by the inviting rhythm and speed of the movie.
Addressed in this movie are art, femininity, humor, society, lust, masculinity, jealousy, music, love, asexuality, stigma’s, fishing and choices.

No, it is not a porn movie. No, it is not a feminist movie.
Yes, it is a intriguing story, told with a great sense of humor and detail.

Go and see this one of a kind!