Monologue by Emilia Ukkonen, Woman and Meat Industry by Teemu Mäki and Mercy All the Way by Hannaleena Hauru @ IFFR 2015
AV-arkki’s Director Hanna Maria Anttila and Distribution Assistant Hanna Joensuu will participate in the professional programme of IFFR 2015. AV-arkki participates also in the Dinamo -meeting which takes place on sunday 25.1.2015. Dinamo is an international coalition for distribution organizations supporting and promoting artist’s moving images. Dinamo’s goal is to share our common expertise in the areas of advocacy, exhibition, preservation and education. AV-arkki has been a proud member of Dinamo for many years.
Teemu Mäki: Woman and Meat Industry
Woman and Meat Industry is a combination of painful performance ritual, found footage and statistics. The film will be screened as part of the programme “Signals: Really? Really.” The focus of the programme is in Surrealism and it explores inspiring discussion on its role in the world today.
Surrealist Follies #1: Meat and Flesh, 01/23/2015, 14:15 Cinerama 5
Surrealist Follies #1: Meat and Flesh, 01/25/2015, 22:15 LantarenVenster 6
Emilia Ukkonen: Monologue
In Monologue, a self-absorbed man is having a verbal diarrhea. He expounds upon his narcissistic observations during a meal to an unseen and silent dinner companion. The film is screened as a part of DINAMO screening “Me, Myself and I”.
Me Myself and I, 01/25/2015, 14:45 LantarenVenster 2
Hannaleena Hauru: Mercy All the Way
An absurd byproduct of mass murders perpetrated in Finland over the last several years has been public discussion where lack of female companionship (in the carnal sense) was named as a potential prime catalyst and responsibility for the murders placed squarely on young women. Mercy All the Way takes a satirical hammer to this discussion.
AV-arkki’s Press and Industry Screening (together with LUX and Lightcone) Sunday 25.1.2015 at 10:00 Lantaren/Venster
Event: 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam
Dates of the event: : 21.1.–1.2.2015
Country: The Netherlands