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  • Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Uncle Boonmee who can recall his past lives, 2010
    14 october, 2010 - 27 october, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series

    The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presents four premieres of films that have not been screened in Spain despite their formal and discursive value and the international recognition they have received.

  • Antoni Miralda y Benett Rossell. París, La Cumparsita, 1972
    4 october, 2010 - 7 october, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    To mark the occasion of the exhibition Miralda. De gustibus non disputandum (24 June -11 October 2010), the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is presenting three video programmes by the artist Antoni Miralda (Tarrasa, 1942) that explain his view of art in the context of the exhibition.

  • Jeremy Deller y Mike Figgis. The Battle of Orgreave, 2002
    13 september, 2010 - 26 september, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series

    The Storyteller presents a group of international artists who use stories as a way to understand and convey political and social events. All of the works in The Storyteller revolve around situations that are either in the process of unfolding or that continue to impact the lives of the artists or protagonists.

  • Joan Jonas. Songdelay, 1973. Cortesía Electronic Arts Intermix, Nueva York
    9 june, 2010 - 24 june, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    During the 1970s, a time of intensive de-industrialisation and the transition to an information economy in New York, artists found new ways to use the city. The creative use of abandoned and peripheral spaces intensified, especially in Lower Manhattan, which was becoming a centre of the commercial art world. Action Behind the Margins combines debates, performances pieces and film screenings to reveal a city where public and private spheres intermingle and marginal subjects assert their right to the city.

  • Iván Zulueta. Arrebato, 1980
    19 may, 2010 - 28 may, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    Since the 1950s, Spain has been home to an important tradition of experimental film cut off from conventional exhibition spaces. This series was designed to give this unknown branch of film the visibility it deserves. From more than a thousand films, forty-three were chosen to be screened at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in six sessions. In order to spark a dialogue between the different eras, this vastly diverse group of seminal films was shown out of chronological order, blazing a trail through the almost unknown history of Spanish cinema.

  • Egon Bunne. Everything Changes, 1990
    15 march, 2010 - 29 march, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    Transitland: video art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009 is a project put together to mark the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It includes a selection of one hundred works produced between 1989 and 2009 that reflect the political, social and personal transformations that occurred in post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe.

  • Thom Andersen. Los Angeles Plays Itself, 2003
    1 february, 2010 - 28 february, 2010

    LAX

    Cinema and video Film series

    LAX (the code for the Los Angeles international airport) is a project conceived of and produced by the Museo Reina Sofía Audiovisual Department coinciding with ARCO10, which hosted Los Angeles as a guest city. The project is divided into three sections: L.A. Films, Video Art in Los Angeles (1970-1984) and, for the first time in Spain, a retrospective on the underground California filmmaker Kenneth Anger (Santa Monica, 1927).

  • Jose Antonio Sistiaga. Ere Erera Baleibu Icik Subua Aruaren, 1970
    7 january, 2010 - 12 february, 2010
    Cinema and video Film series

    Film at the Pamplona Encounters is a series of screenings and debates organised on the occasion of Encuentros de Pamplona 72. Fin de fiesta del arte experimental (The Pamplona Encounters 1972. End of the Party for Experimental Art), held at the Museo Reina Sofía (28 October 2009 - 22 February 2010). According to Vicente J. Benet, the Encounters “offered an overview of audiovisual media characterised by a hybridisation that may seem somewhat baffling today. The array of options for the viewers ranged from the most heterodox trends in the new video media of the time to vestiges of the earliest films, slices of the historical avant-garde of the 1920s, recent experimental films, examples of professional-quality films with ties to modern writing and independent films”.

  • Adrian Paci. Centro di Permanenza temporaneo , 2007
    23 october, 2009 - 25 october, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series

    The world is not perfect, although it can and must change to adjust to the needs of the moment and the people who inhabit it. This is the conceptual framework of Misura italiana, the video art series organised by the Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci-Prato for the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.

  • Harun Farocki y Andrei Ujica. Videogramme einer Revolution , 1992
    14 october, 2009 - 12 december, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    Singular Multitude: The Art of Resistance is an ambitious series that includes conferences, a performance piece and a selection of audiovisual works that reflect the desire of their creators to investigate the unlimited possibilities found on the edges of official taste and the socio-political circumstances of the present day, all while recalling events, revealing traumas, mediating memory and producing counterimages in contemporary society and art.

  • Curro González. El hombre que soñó que se caía de la cama, 2006
    6 september, 2009 - 27 september, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series

    In the words of Gilles Deleuze, everyone has his south - it doesn't matter where it is. In the imaginary cartography of the global order, the idea of south presents itself as a powerful metaphor that acts on two fronts.

  • Glauber Rocha. O Patio, 1958
    18 may, 2009 - 15 june, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    Visionaries - Audiovisual Works in Latin America is an eclectic exhibition that is full of vitality and deeply committed to audiovisual creation in Latin America. The series looks at Latin American experimental video and film from Mexico to the countries of the Southern Cone in a combination of screenings and conferences that put everything from pioneers in experimental film to more recent productions under the historical lens. Organised by Brazil’s Instituto Itaú Cultural, the series consists of 73 works grouped into nine programmes.

  • Sanja Iveković. Personal Cuts, 1982
    13 april, 2009 - 15 april, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series Conference

    Fragments of the East. Performance Art and Feminist Discourse (1968-1989) is a video and conference series on the origin of feminist discourse in the artistic practice in three historical contexts with no public sphere. As artists beginning within the framework of the communist dictatorships of Romania, the former Yugoslavia and Poland, Geta Brătescu (Ploiesti, 1926), Sanja Iveković (Zagreb, 1929) and Ewa Partum (Grodzisk, 1945) created works that question artistic specificity and autonomy at the same time that they allude to repressive contexts and the subject’s capacity for transformation and representation in works of art.

  • Hitomi Steyerl. Lovely Andrea, 2007
    23 march, 2009 - 5 april, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series

    Film has made its way into museums and galleries at the same time that art has opened up avenues in the world of film. Exhibition spaces often host multimedia installations, experimental film sessions and even narrative films. In their quest to integrate image, sound and movement, more and more artists are turning to cinema as a means of expression, exploring experimental abstraction, documentary and narrative fiction.

  • Robert Gardner. Forest of Bliss, 1986
    2 january, 2009 - 23 january, 2009
    Cinema and video Film series

    India is a place of abundant contrasts: part of the population lives in full post-modernity, modernity can still be found in another, while another segment - perhaps the majority of the population - lives anchored in feudalism. From a western standpoint, Indian film is a complex thing that breaks with the aesthetic codes and parameters established in the West in its themes and forms. Understanding it means delving into the culture and idiosyncrasy of its peoples.