Full Van Gogh Museum CTFP program

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In case you were wondering, here’s the complete Cracking the Frame Presents @ Van Gogh Museum program. The program will be screened twice, at 19:00 and 20:00, as part of the Museum’s evening program Vincent on Friday on the 28th of April.

Idem Paris
David Lynch – 7:48 min
Short documentary directed by David Lynch. The film is a wordless observation of the lithographic process at the legendary fine art printing studio Idem Paris.

Piranesi – Carceri D’Invenzione
Gregoire Dupond – 11:40 min
An animated voyage through Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-78) famous etchings of imaginary prisons, Le Carceri d’Invenzione.

A Kert 
Orosz Istvan – 6:10 min
A poetic and surreal animation by award-winning Hungarian film director, graphic artist and printmaker István Orosz.

Thumbelina
Lotte Reiniger – 10:15 min
A magical silhouette animation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale Thumbelina by the pioneering master of this technique, Lotte Reiniger.

Duo Concentrantes
Larry Jordan – 8:34 min
Animated collage film created by American experimental filmmaker Larry Jordan using cut-outs of Victorian engravings.

Electric Literature
Martha Colburn – 2 min
Artist Martha Colburn animates a sentence from Author Diana Wagman’s tale of a young woman’s first sexual relationship after a mastectomy.

Choreography for Copy Machine (Photocopy Cha Cha)
Chel White – 3:40 min
The ultimate Xerox fetish film! All of this film’s images were created solely by using the photographic capabilities of a photocopying machine.

Division
Johan Rijpma – 1:34 min
A piece of paper is ripped multiple times, creating a series of new patterns. Directed by Dutch visual artist and filmmaker Johan Rijpma.

 

 

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