Field Recordings is back: in the weekend of 12, 13 and 14 November, WORM in Rotterdam explores experimental film, anthropological cinema and landscape film. The third edition of Field Recordings focuses on critical and radical forms of fieldwork – from sensory ethnographies and experimental documentaries to live sound performances and situated praxes of listening. Field Recordings is committed to collective learning and experimental methodologies, as much as we encourage debate on lesser spoken topics in cinema and anthropology
Film programme 2 – 13:00 Featuring: WAWA – Sky Hopinka (2014) and MAɬNI – TOWARDS THE OCEAN, TOWARDS THE SHORE – Sky Hopinka (2020) | Details & Trailers
Film programme 3 – 15:00 Featuring: ( ( ( ( ( /* ) ) ) ) ) – Charles Fairbanks & Saul Kak (2020) and TERRAS – Maya Da-rin (2009) | Details & Trailers
Focus 2 – DANIEL ASADI FAEZI – 17:00 Daniel Asadi Faezi is a German-Iranian filmmaker whose work focuses on non-fiction storytelling. Evocating a strong sense of place and landscape, his work chronicles the stories we tell about the places we call home. Daniel was recently awarded the Heinrich-Böll grant and was part of the Berlinale Talents 2021. We will screen four films from the maker. Followed by a conversation between Daniel Asadi Faezi and Yara Yuri Safadi | Details & Trailers
Film programme 4 – more tba. – 20:00 Featuring: THE TWO SIGHTS – Joshua Bonnetta (2020) 90 mins. | Details & Trailer
Performance – Maarja Nuut – 22:00
Continuous: Installation: HUT (2019) by Your Bros: So Yo-Hen, Liao Hsiu-Hui, Tien Zong-Yuan | Details & Trailer
3 Day Workshop Relational Sounds facilitated by WET FILM | 12 – 14 NOV Details & Registration |Workshop fee 15
Discover more of the programme: DAY 1 / DAY 3
Organised and curated by Tim Leyendekker and Sander Hölsgens.
Field Recordings is made with the generous support of NWO, Gemeente Rotterdam, Ministerie van Onderwijs Cultuur en Wetenschap & Fonds Podium Kunsten.