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Moves on screen Festival - starts soon

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In less than 3 weeks moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen will unfurl a compelling programme of experimental cinema and inspiring video art in the Northwest of England. ONSCREEN | ONSITE | ONLINE

Go for it and join them for this ultimate film and video art extravaganza!

•  5 days of experiencing inspiring and touching video art installations.

•  2 days packed with experimental short film screenings from around the world.

•  An evening of a very unusual video-game & composing extravaganza with Catalan artist group Electrotoylets.

•  Introduction to the two latest international screendance research and video art publications presented by C. Kappenberg, K. Scheving, A. Magno, A. Suli and G. Pujol.

•  Meet the artists at the Artist Surgery and discuss your own ideas!

•  Join the challenge and develop an experimental short film at moves Filmmaking LAB.

•  Find out about home-grown filmmaking, video art and dance talents at moves on Campus.

www.movementonscreen.org.uk

Sign up by Thurs 21 April to become a moves11 Advocate and get the full festival experience!


In addition, enjoy some extra festival treats, such as special discounts & priority booking on tickets, publications, food & drink, and to receive our stylish festival bag.
27 April - 1 May 2011

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