Kurant Kino x Open Out Festival: Each, Other
Løkta Seilforening, Skansegata 1 (the white lighthouse on nordsjeteen in Norbyen)
Thursday 10. September - Doors open @ 19:30 (sign up required)
Friday 11. September - Doors open @ 14:00 (sign up required)
For Open Out Festival, Kurant Kino presents 'Each, Other', a new programme of artists' moving-image works reflecting on our social and emotional presence - the chain reactions we set off, the indelible marks, impacts, and the emotional litter we leave behind. What renders us alien and alone, or binds and connects us? Do we need each other and what are the consequences of that need? Each, Other includes moving-image works from both Light Cone (FR) and Filmform (SE) distributors.
Due to Corona restrictions in the venue, we have limited place available, as such we have chosen to run this programme twice and require sign up via the form.
Programme: 19:45 - 20:45 // 14:15-15:15
All Under - Gunilla Leander, 2003, 05:45 (Filmform)
Desert Miracles - Miriam Gossing & Lina Sieckmann, 2015, 11:40 (Light Cone)
Life After Love - Zachary Epcar, 2018, 08:25 (Light Cone)
Psychic - Tova Mozard, 2019, 15:15 (Filmform)
Proximity - Inger Lise Hansen, 2006, 4:00 (Light Cone)
Yuki - Stefan Larssen, 2007, 05:25 (Filmform)
Spiritus 1 - Passacaglia Spiritus - Lennart Westman & Gunnar Jutelius, 2002, 08:06 (Filmform)
The 3rd edition of Open Out Festival- ‘Leave No Trace’ - is dedicated to environmental sustainability and is taking place 5-12 September 2020. Kurant has collaborated with the festival since 2018.
See their lovely programme H E R E
Open Out is an annual festival that consists of various exhibitions, performances, film screenings, as well as educational events like seminars and workshops, in different locations around town. The unifying theme for the festival is queerness. The way we understand queer is both in terms of sexual orientation (non-heterosexual), as well as in a more political sense: it’s about thinking outside the box, challenging dominant narratives and reinventing the future with more focus on taking into account divergent voices within society. The festival explores the perspectives of feminists, indigenous peoples, immigrants and refugees, as well as other social minorities who do not always get to be included in the mainstream public debate. Our goal is to create a festival that is inclusive, diverse, and bringing Tromsø and the world together.