The Unforeseen 2018 : Awards
Voted by : Nikola Gocić, Dragan Dimčić, Ivan Velisavljević
GRAND PRIX goes to (ex-aequo) :
Sylvia Schedelbauer for her film "Wishing Well"
"Flickering is used to reveal a parallel film dimension, which unpacks a world inside the world through an immersive audiovisual experience. This eco-parable fully captivates our sensory and sensual instincts while uncovering dark tales of the human destruction of nature."
Michael Fleming for his film "Never Never Land"
"Sharp visual comment and critique on/of the modern (or eternal) obsession with physical beauty and ME-galomania. Rapid-fire montage of disturbing erotica and footage of surgical interventions which puts the idea of aesthetic operations in the "f...nasty" folder, Visually opressive and abrasive, but utterly memorable. "
SPECIAL MENTION AWARD goes to :
Atoosa Pour Hosseini for her film "Antler"
"A film of subtle poetics and expressive aesthetics achieved through the hypnotizing intertwining of archive and authorial footage, "Antler" erases the boundaries between fiction and documentary, introducing the viewer to a mysterious and, to a certain degree, fairy-tale-ish world of oneiric athmosphere. Formally seductive, and challenging to decipher, this "ecological fantasy" (for the lack of a more precise definition) transforms a botanical garden into a laboratory of evocative images and sounds, in a process that could be identified as alchemy."
AUDIENCE AWARD goes to :
Joshua Dean Tuthill for his film "Black Dog"
"A surreal account of cold war dynamics and space explorations is interwoven with a tale of two brothers and dysfunctional family in their own private cold war - gone mad story. Confusion, insanity and ominous malevolence soon take over- devil had the last say-so in this one."
Congratulations to the awarded movies!
3rd Edition of The Unforeseen (16-17.11.2018.) : Schedule
18:00 Opening ceremony
18:15 Special program : Experimental film in Serbia : Recent Works
Special projection : Amina Avdić - An Artist's Thought (Bosnia, 2018, 11')
19:30 - 20:30 Cine-Scope 1 : Delerium Archives
Anne-Marie Bouchard - Light Plays (Canada, 2017, 7')
Giuseppe Boccassini - Debris (Germany, 2017, 11')
Michael Fleming - Never Never Land (Netherlands, 2018, 9')
Péter Lichter - Nutrition Fugue (Hungary, 2018, 4')
Ricardo Vieira Lisboa - Volleyball Holiday (Portugal, 2017, 7')
Ignacio Tamarit - ¡PíFIES! (Argentina, 2016, 4')
20:30 - 21:30 Cine Scope 2 : Raw animation
Joshua Dean Tuthill - Black Dog (2017. 15')
Oona Taper - Matter Out of Place (USA, 2017, 2')
Sara Jurinčić - September 3rd 2015 (Croatia, 2018, 9')
Mathieu Girard – Bouche(s) (Canada, 2017, 3’)
Aleksandar Lazar - Monstrosity of the Body (Serbia, 2018, 10')
Yeaeun Jang - Eternity (Czech Republic, 2018, 4')
Arash Akhgari - Out of Touch (Canada, 2018, 2')
Carol-Ann Belzil-Normand - ULTRA (Canada, 2018. 2')
Sasha Svirsky - About a Woman Who Wanted To Fly Away (Russia, 2018, 8')
Daniel Šuljić - From Under Which Rock Did They Crawl Out (Croatia, 2018', 5')
21:30 - 22:30 Cine Scope 3 : 5(0) Shades of Experimental
Alexander Bickford - Myelin (USA, 2018, 7')
Jean-Jacques Martinod - El Diezmo (Ecuador, 2017, 13')
Karissa Hahn - Please step out of the frame (USA, 2018, 4')
Josh Weissbach - 601 Revir Drive (USA, 2017, 9')
Matthew Wolkow - Tiger's Dialogue (Canada, 2017, 18')
18:00 Presentation of a book "Between the Worlds" by Dragan Dimčić, professor of film editing at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.
19:00 Cine-Scope IV : Synaesthesia
Sylvia Schedelbauer - Wishing Well (Germany, 2018,13')
Atoosa Pour Hosseini - Antler (Ireland, 2018, 15')
Hrvoslava Brkušić - Mountains (Croatia, 2018. 12')
Kent Tate - Catalyst (Canada, 2018. 3')
Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt - Hypnagogia (Canada, 2018, 6')
Andreas Gogol - Xarussell (Germany, 2017, 7')
20:15 Award ceremony
20:45 4 Years of Live Soundtrack with Dogs in Kavala, Triko, Lenhart Tapes & Zoja Borovčanin, Old Soviet Dogs
Unforeseen 2017 / Photo Gallery
Unforeseen 2017 / Awards
Cine-Scope program (Super 8 and 16mm) curated by Marko Milićević (Kino pleme)
director : Aaron Zeghers
Canada, 2017, 12', Super 8mm
GRAND PRIX AWARD
Everything Turns... is an open investigation into number mythology on Super-8 film. Long exposures and various animation techniques process and restructure the science behind it. This results in a type of almanac of time, space and place that humorously references Hans Richter.
director : Mike Rollo
Canada, 2017, 14', 16mm
SPECIAL MENTION AWARD
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation opened the doors of the CBK Transmitter Station in 1939 to serve the prairie region of Canada. Farewell Transmission is equal parts indexical record of the demolition of CBK in 2015 and subjective response to the residual media documenting the event. The building is framed with tension preceding its destruction: emulsion pulsates as if with decades of radio transmission, creating an unsettled eulogy for a cultural institution.
Showcase - Digital experimental cinema curated by Ivica Đorđević and Adam Ranđelović (CZKD)
director : Emperor Bikutoru
Russia, 2017, 12' 32''
Emperor Bikutoru occupies the main role and introduces himself to the digital space, fully realize his idea of combining digital and virtual. It is important for him to turn to Japanese visual culture and put himself into a self-mythological story. The main principle of this work like many others from Emperor Bikutoru is to saturate his viewer.
Unforeseen 2016 / Photo Gallery
Unforeseen 2016 / Awards
directors : Milica Jovčić & Nenad Ćosić
Serbia / Croatia, 2014, 4', 16mm
Metro station as a place of constant moving.
Play with light and reflections from abstract to concrete forms.
BRIGHT FUTURE MY LOVE
director: Marko Žunić
Serbia, 2014, 30', digital
One Employee is trying to Resist System.