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Calling all mysterious moving-image makers, enigmatic engineers of the silver screen! Five Minutes of Mystery challenges you to create and submit short films around a theme of mystery. Part of ‘The Compass of Mystery Festival’, Five Minutes of Mystery will bring together film-makers from far and wide to exhibit their work here in Bristol.
Judged by a panel of industry experts, awards will be for Best Film, Audience Award, Local Film-maker and Youth Award.
Entries must be no longer then five minutes in length. Submissions will be accepted in the following formats: DVD, Mini DV or as full quality DV QuickTime files. Submission to be accompanied by Five Minutes of Mystery Entry Form (see below), and sent to: Compass Film, 9, Walton Street, Easton, Bristol, BS5 0JG no later than 15th August 2008.
Guidelines & entry form available at www.compass-film.co.uk
The Emerald Ensemble featuring Elektrodome
Part of ElektroStatic – The Emerald Ensemble’s New Music Series
Wednesday 7th May,
Colston Hall Bar, Bristol,
£8, £5 (concessions, under 26s)
Players from the Emerald Ensemble will be joined by interactive technology pioneers ‘Elektrodome’ and their unique Soundbeam equipment. In award-winning composer Martin Kiszko’s newly composed piece, the themes of spying and covert surveillance rendezvous with music in a work that explores secret messaging, bugging, phone tapping, pursuit and chase. ‘Vi Spy’ is scored for Violin and Soundbeam – an ultrasonic device that enables a performer’s movements to trigger sound and image.
Shubunkin (Stewart Freeland) performs music that is constantly evolving due to the way that it is composed and performed through live interaction with electronic devices. Using Soundbeam movement sensors to play notes, melodies, manipulate and trigger samples. Shubunkin frees himself from the desk and laptop, developing an individual act demonstrating how a digital artist is able to engage physically with the music creating a live element to the performance.
This concert is part of Colston Hall’s ElektroStatic bar series – a series of four concerts featuring Bristol’s premier professional chamber group The Emerald Ensemble. In each concert, players collaborate with pioneering artists at the cutting edge of musical innovation. Come along to encounter unique sonic and visual experiences, world premieres and rarely heard classics of the avant-garde.
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Cineformation guest Anthony Wonke won the BAFTA for Factual Series category for his fantastic work, The Tower: A Tale of Two Cities which we featured at January’s Cineformation.
And the good news for Cineformation members is that Anthony very kindly gave us a copy of the whole series of The Tower so we will let you know how you can get your hands on it soon.
I hope all those who attended Thursday’s Mike Leigh Masterclass enjoyed it as much as we did.
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who had a ticket, you can see what went on here
The video of the event will also be available as fast as our editors can edit! We’ll keep you posted.
And if you haven’t seen Happy-Go-Lucky yet, it’s showing at Watershed from Fri 18th April & is highly recommended!
We have a small number of bursaries for this year’s South West Sound convention at Watershed on Thurs 24 April.
Delegate passed are £45 but with the bursary you will only have to pay £5 for the full day’s events.
Email email@example.com if you’re a composer or performer & are interested.
Thanks to all those who made it to last week’s Film & New Media event, hope you enjoyed your virals!
If you missed it, don’t worry… just click here to get a blow by blow account & to view the content.
And click here to view more photos
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