Realm of an Inner Child
LABOCINE presents the Mosaic Film as a weekly series July - August 2018. Realm of An Inner Child is featured the week of July 8th with commentary by Lujain Ibrahim at https://www.labocine.com/spotlight/209
THE ORANGE COUNTY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
June 2–23, 2018 Curated by Exhibitions Director, Carolyn Yarnell
Opening Reception: Saturday June 2, from 6 to 10 pm
The exhibition Rome Revisited reunites the following Fellows and Residents of the American Academy in Rome who were brought together by the Rome Prize at the turn of the millennium, MM, in a celebration of the fine arts and humanities. -Carolyn Yarnell
Martin Bresnick (FAAR 1976, RAAR 2000, musical composition)
Shih-Hui Chen (FAAR 2000, musical composition)
David Fludd (FAAR 2000, visual arts)
Stephen Harby (FAAR 2000, architecture)
Wendy Kaplan (FAAR 2000, design arts)
Joyce Kozloff (FAAR 2000, visual arts)
Jeannette Louie (FAAR 2000, visual arts)
Simonetta Moro (Italian Fulbright Fellow, visual arts)
Alice Boccia Paterakis (FAAR 2000, Historic Preservation & Conservation)
Sandra Phillips (RAAR 2000, fine arts)
David Salle (RAAR 2000, visual arts)
Stephen Sears (FAAR 2000, landscape architecture)
Maureen Selwood (VAAR 2000, FAAR 2003, visual arts)
Peter Waldman (FAAR 2000, architecture)
Carolyn Yarnell (FAAR 2000, musical composition)
Dorian Blake Yarnelson (VAAR 2000, visual arts)
NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY, IMAP, MEDIA ARTS DEPT.
A pleasure to be working with seven graduate students of IMAP at NJCU for this Spring 2018 semester conducting their Intermedia Research.
Artists' Panel Discussion for exhibition, IDENTITY DOCUMENT
Join the artists Cecilia Jurado Chueca, Carla Gannis, Andrew Gori & Ambre Kelly, Jeannette Louie, Gustavo Prado, and Chris Bors, Curator and Gallery Director at Gallery Bergen at Bergen Community College as they discuss their work and the concepts of identity as it relates to technology, globalization, selfie culture, architecture and our inner fears.
December 12, 2017, 12:30pm, Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ, West Hall
The Land Within screens in Cinema Transgressives at International Festival Signos de Noite in Lisbon, Portugal
November 23 - December 3, 2017 at Reitoria de Universidade de Lisboa
The Land Within is an Official Selection in the 16th Annual Big Mini Media Festival.
BMMF celebrates 2017's theme with Interactive Film: A Look Into The Future of Branching Narrative.
November 10 - 11, 2017, Long Island University Brooklyn Campus, Media Arts Dept.
The Land Within screens on November 10th
The Land Within received an Honorable Mention from Experimental Forum, Los Angeles.
The Land Within is a finalist for The Mindscape Film Festival. All nominated films can be seen online until August 3, 2017 at https://www.consciousgood.com/mindscape-film-festival-finalists/. Voting for the Audience Award begins now!
The Land Within is an Official Selection in the Underground FilmFest Munich at Theater Heppel & Ettlich, June 24 & 25, 2017. The film screens in the Female Filmmaker Showcase: Human Heart, Mind & Spirit.
The Land Within receives a Remi Award from WorldFest Houston, Texas.
Spellbound at Hapjungjigu Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, April - May 2017
Many years ago, Jinnie Seo and Jeannette Louie created an intimate photographic series entitled, Spellbound, under the nom de plume, SeoLouie Productions. The series paid homage to the collaborative exercises of Lygia Clark and Helio Oticica. The entire series is installed alongside installation work by Jinnie Seo at Hapjungjigu Gallery in Seoul.
XV Festival Internazionale Segni della Notte 2017
A Careful Resurrection screens at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Urbino, Italy, April 6, 2017.
Chimera Experiments, Imagine Science Films
Announcing the Ten Visionary Filmmakers of “Chimera Experiments”
The first mixed genre, science-driven anthology film of its kind.
Rachel Mayeri, Myriam Charles, Demelza Kooij, Jeannette Louie, Barry J Gibb, Sally Warring, Alexis Gambis, Ian Harnarine, Josephine Decker, and Noah Hutton
Meet the 10 visionary filmmakers bringing "Chimera Experiments" to life
The Chimera Experiments project will be officially presented at a Launch Event at the Simons Foundation at 160 Fifth Ave. NYC on Thursday March 16, 2017 at 7pm and include a short presentation from participants, a film screening and a reception with influential scientists and artists.
Labocine February 2017 Issue
The Making of Love is included in Sexual Selections, http://labocine.com/issue/7
New Jersey City University Media Arts Dept.
An incredible pleasure to join NJCU's Media Arts Dept. this Spring 2017 to work with 22 Undergrads as they undertake their journey through film analysis.
Amygdala has finished its highly successful festival run and is now hard at work in the psychological industry on Mental Health Channel's streaming platform, mentalhealthchannel.tv/film-festival
Labocine Spotlight December 11, 2016
Brainwaves on Labocine
LABOCINE is Imagine Science Films' digital initiative that presents some of the most cutting edge thoughts on the world of art and science. In the December 2016 Issue #5, BRAINWAVES, the brain is celebrated by 16 filmmakers. December 6 - January 6, 2017
The Land Within makes its debut!
Festival International Signes de Nuit 2016
A Careful Resurrection is an official selection at the Paris, France screenings, November 24 - December 4, 2016
A Careful Resurrection receives an Honorable Mention from the Los Angeles Underground Film Forum.
A Careful Resurrection receives an Honorable Mention from the Experimental Underground.
A Careful Resurrection is an Official Selection at Blow-Up Arthouse Film Fest.
A Careful Resurrection screens with LEFF on October 17, 2016 at Container Gallery, University of East London, UK.
Black Maria's 35th Anniversary Retrospective
Anthology Film Archives, NYC
April 28th - May 1st, 2016
Amygdala screens in Explorations of the Human Psyche, Opening night, April 28th
THE BLACK MARIA FILM FESTIVAL: FIERCELY INDEPENDENT SHORT FILMS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
The development of the short film is diverse and rich, and Black Maria has celebrated its legacy for the past 35 years. The festival was named after the American birthplace of the motion picture – Thomas Edison’s West Orange, NJ, laboratory – a revolving photographic studio dubbed the “Black Maria” because it resembled a police paddy wagon. For decades, this alternative festival has embraced the diversity and passion found in the cinematic short form. It provides many directors with their earliest exhibition opportunities and often discovers personal, eccentric, and unconventional talents. Black Maria travels each year to dozens of host sites and reaches audiences in the farthest corners of the U.S. and abroad through its annual tour. The festival champions film that lives in the margins of popular culture and in the center of filmmakers’ imaginations.
This five-part series, presented in honor of the festival’s 35th anniversary, focuses on works from the past 15 years of Black Maria programming. From the sublime to the outrageous to the profound, we hear the voices of highly venerated experimental filmmakers, young documentarians, and ingenious animators. Black Maria provides a window into the short form in its infinite variations and continues to honor Thomas Edison’s passion for innovation.
Curated by Jane Steuerwald, Executive Director
HERE, THEN, THERE
Friday, April 8th 2016, at Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Here, Then, There explores how specific spaces, places and sites might reflect varying experiences of rootedness, movement, displacement, and/or transformation. What memories and rituals migrate through time and space and what is lost?
Featuring works by Julieta Anaut and Ignacio Laxalde, Vera Brunner-Sung, Lisa Danker, Caroline Key, Kadri Koop, Sasha Litvintseva, Jeannette Louie, Vanessa Renwick, Margaret Rorison, and Monica Saviron
Amygdala joins this set of ethnographic, anthropological, and surreal films on the big screen at Artists' Television Access. Friday, April 8th!
Willapa Bay AIR, WA
Pre-production filming for The Land Within begins at Willapa Bay AIR, WA! Jeannette is Artist-in-Residence for the month of April, 2016
The Clinical Division of the New York State Psychological Association
presents Amygdala in New York City on March 12, 2016. Four award winning films from the American Psychological Association Convention will be screened. Each screening will be followed by a distinguished discussant. Anu Raj, Psyd will be discussing Amygdala.
New York, NY
March 12, 2016
Please note, this is a trade-only event.
Hammerbrook Film Festival
The Making of Love is an Official Selection. The 1st Edition of the Hammerbrook Film Festival will be held at the Kuntslerhaus Wendenstrasse in Hamburg, Germany on December 19, 2015
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Coastal Currents Arts Festival
Amygdala participates in Altered States at Electro Studios
Presented as part of Coastal Currents Arts Festival, Altered States is an immersive multi-screen show of the latest experimental film and video work curated by the Hastings-based filmmakers Toby Tatum and Mark French. Altered States features moving image made by some of the most fascinating international moving image practitioners working today, much of it unseen in the UK. Tatum and French present films that initiate heightened states of consciousness, transporting us across the threshold into mind-expanding visionary states.
Seaside Rd., West St. Leonards
Aug. 29, 2015, Saturday, 6pm - 10pm
Aug. 30, 2015, Sunday, 2pm - 6pm
Sept. 5, 2015 Saturday, 8pm at Butlers Gap, George Street, Old Town
Full Event Coverage: coastalcurrents.org.uk/altered-states/
American Psychological Association Film Festival
Amygdala is an official selection and has been awarded BEST AVANT-GARDE FILM!
The 123rd APA Annual Convention
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
August 6th - 9th, 2015
Screening Time: Aug. 8th, 10:00 am
Location: Convention Centre, South Bldg., Level 700, Rm. 701B
The 10th Edition of VIDEOFOCUS features Amygdala
Stigmart 10 builds a cultural bridge between art forms. Focusing on avantgarde cinema and videoart. Its online publication, VIDEOFOCUS, presents innovative artists working at the cutting edge of 21st C technology.
Launch Date - February 2015
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Imagine Science Film Festival Abu Dhabi
February 19 - 21, 2015
Join ISF in Abu Dhabi in February 19-21, 2015 for their satellite festival in collaboration with New York University Abu Dhabi! Imagine Science will present three feature films and curate four programs of short films, each focusing on key scientific topics in the United Arab Emirates and broader Middle East, through documentary, fiction, cutting-edge data visualization, and experimental film.
Amygdala screens in Shorts: Dreams & Delusions
Friday, February 20, 2015, 2:00 - 3:30pm
NYUAD Institute, Conference Center
INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN & ART at RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
presents MOMENTUM: WOMEN/ART/TECHNOLOGY
The Mary H. Dana Women Artist Series Galleries at Douglass Library
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
January 20 - April 17, 2015
Participating Artists: EMILIA FORSTREUTER, JENNIFER HALL, CLAUDIA HART, YAEL KANAREK, JEANNETTE LOUIE, RANU MUKHERJEE, MARY BATES NEUBAUER, MARIE SIVAK, CAMILLE UTTERBACK, ADRIANNE WORTZEL, JANET ZWEIG
Reception & Conversation with Artists
March 26, 2015, Thursday, RSVP at email@example.com
Catalog available, essay by Anne Swartz
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Citizen Jane Film Festival
Amygdala is an official selection!
November 7 - 9, 2014, Columbia, Missouri
Amygdala has been selected to screen 24/7 in the CJ Kinetoscopes. These kinetoscopes are film installations inspired by early 20th C devices where individuals can view a film in privacy.
Amygdala is featured on Frankfurter Allegemein'swebsite (FAZ). The article, by culture critic, Marco Dettweiler, features nine selected films screening in the STATE Experience Science Film Festival which runs October 28 - 29, 2014 at Platoon Kuntshalle, Berlin, Germany. To see the article link to:
STATE Experience Science Festival
At this year's festival, Imagine Science curates a film program for STATE and Amygdala screens amongst a myriad of media investigating the theme, Time.
October 30 - November 2, 2014
Film Screenings on October 29th 22:00 - 23:00
Shorts Section: Time, Space & Mind
at Platoon Kunsthalle, Schonhauser Allee 9