IFFR – Sound//Vision
sound//vision is IFFR’s late-night programming in the Rotterdam venue WORM with four eveniengs of live A/V-performances. sound//vision is part of the shortfilmprogram of IFFR.
Saturday night’s opener is a trio that tonight consists of Les Lacs and Flemish improvising trumpet nomad Bart Maris. Les Lacs is a cooperation between electronic musician Marc Jacobs (aka Prairie) and filmmaker Khristine Gillard. The musicians will improvise to Gillard’s work Eau vive – Conversation with a Cinematographer that will be screened by two 16mm projectors using field recordings, noise, drones and trumpet.
Subsequently, Maris and pianist Peter Vandenberghe will play new work by their band GLiTS.
South Korean filmmaker and performer Lee Hangjun will show two works during sound//vision. Phantom Schoolgirl that consists of military photographs of North Korean spies, will be screened by five 16mm projectors with live support from drummer Phillipp Ernsting from Rotterdam (among other things Albatre). During Lee’s second performance Film Walk he will walk through his own four-projector installation, manually pulling film through thereby manipulating both sound and image. Lee’s musical support will consist of French improv musician Jérôme Noetinger.
On Saturday night, Dutch-German duo Christian Baas & Raging Ego will keep visitors on the dance floor until the early hours with their ekkklectic schmucks.
Thu 26 – Sun 29 Jan, doors open 21:00, programme starts 22:00, open ‘til late!, WORM, Boomgaardstraat 71, €11 per evening, discount tickets €8, free with Cineville pass, tickets and info