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Alternative Film/Video Festival 2013
6 December 2013
 
 
   
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Alternative Film/Video Belgrade, founded in 1982 by Miodrag Milosevic as Alternative film, is the festival of Yugoslav alternative film and video which aims to highlight the values and new creative possibilities in the fields of alternative film and video. Last year, the Alternative Film/Video celebrated its 30th anniversary as the oldest festival of avant-garde film/video in Europe. 

Alternative Film/Video Belgrade 2013 will be held from 10 to 14 December at the Academic Film Center in Belgrade, originally founded as Academic Cine-club in 1958.

This year΄s theme will be stuctural film, which will be explored in various national contexts (Yugoslavia, Austria, United States, etc.). The festival includes four competition programs and the selection committee consists of filmmaker Zoran Saveski and critic/curator Greg de Cuir, Jr. The festival΄s jury members of 2013 will be Karpo Godina (Slovenia), Vassily Bourikas (Greece) and Andrés Denegri (Argentina).


Apart from the competition categories, there will be also special programs and screenings, curated by Slobodan Šijan, Andrés Denegri, Karpo Godina, Nikola Duric, Miodrag Milosevic, Dirk de Bruyn, Gerald Weber, Branka Benčić, Bryan Konefsky, Bruce Posner, and many others. 

Regarding the Balkans, the audience will have the chance to see the following special programs.

Structural Film: Antifilm, us, and them
curated by Slobodan Sijan
(on Yugoslav structural film of the 1960s)

Antifilm and Structural Film in Belgrade
Exhibition prepared by Miodrag Milošević & Nikola Đurić

Expanded Cinema performans
Izvanredni Bob
PEOPLEMETER
muzika: WoO i Bob
(on opening night)

Structural Film in Belgrade

Karpo Godina
Reconstructed Experimental Films
Introduction by Karpo Godina

The Festival was held for the first time in 1982, as Alternative film, and intended to explore the domain of film production which is alternative to comercial film, all modes of alternative, experimental, art, short, radical film thinking… Since 1985 the Festival went on as Alternative film/video, which establishes and further explores the double relation: of alternative - film and video - production to comercial and classic, but also the relation between film and video aesthetics and production. Untill 1990, the festival included in its programs several hundreds of works of Yugoslav authors.  

After a decade-long pause from 1991-2002, the festival re-emerged in 2003 in its new edition. According to allpresent tendencies of re-integration inside the ex-Yugoslav region, the Festival tends to explore and reconstruct the image of alternative film and video production in ex/Yugoslav area in past decade. In 2006 the Festival becomes international, wishing to enable insight into the new tendencies on international scene, and also to enable wider contextualization for the Serbian and regional scene.

For more information about the festival and program visit Alternative Film/Video official website.

 
 
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