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Subject: EACC - CINEMA WORKSHOP PORTRAITS ON THE MOVE
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*Cinema workshop * * Portraits on the move
* *Led by Isaki Lacuesta
* *February 7th to 11th
Time: 4 to 8 pm, from Monday to Friday*
*Espai d'art contemporani de Castelló
*Prim s/n 12003. Castelló. Spain
Telephone: + 34 964 72 35 40
Fax: + 34 964 26 07 71
Cinema was born as a moving art, and in the time of the Lumière brothers it
was a means of reaching remote areas and places which spectators could never
have seen any other way. Today, over one hundred years later, travel images
no longer act as a support for *National Geographic* style documentaries or
adventure films, but instead we can find them in works covering a plethora
of styles: political film, society reports, intimate diaries,
autobiographies or family portraits, video clips, comedies, melodramas,
epistolary films... Travels to the antipodes or to the neighbourhood round
the corner, interior and exterior journeys (or both at once).
In this regard, the stylistic references for this workshop range from
Chris Marker and Joris Ivens to Jean Rouch and Johan van der Keuken. All of
them travelled around the world, portraying the faces of individual people
and social conflicts that the media ignore or filter out (we are thinking,
for instance, of films like *Amsterdam Global Village*, *Une histoire de
vent* and *Sans soleil*).
During the workshop, Isaki Lacuesta will address landscape, travel,
portraiture and self-portraiture.
ENROLMENT * *
Deadline: February 4th or when all places are filled
Requirements: personal details (name. surname plus contact phone no.) and a
brief description of reasons why you wish to take part in the workshop.
Further info: actividades at eacc.es or tel. 964 72 35 40.
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