Listasafn Islands

Kino Club - From Cottonballs to Tumbleweed. Hafnarhús, Thursday, 3 June 8 p.m.

Kínó klúbburinn 3. júníThis program combines three award winning filmmakers and video artists that have transformed their daily realities one frame at a time.

Matt McCormick:
The Problem with Machines (That Communicate), 2008, HD, 13 minutes.
The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, 2001, 16mm/ Digital video, 16 minutes.
Sincerely, Joe P. Bear, 1999, 16mm, 4 minutes.
Bill Brown:
Roswell, 1994, 16mm, b&w/color/so, 20 minutes.
Miranda July:
Atlanta, 1996, video, 10 minutes.
Nest of Tens, 2000, video, 27 minutes.

Matt McCormick
Matt has screened at the Sundance Film Festival, MoMA, The Serpentine Gallery, The Oslo Museum of Modern Art, the Reykjavik Art Museum, The Seattle Art Museum, the Moscow Biennial and Art Basil.  He has received awards including Best Short Film from the San Francisco International Film Fest, Best Experimental from the New York Underground Film Fest, and Best Short from the Ann Arbor Film Fest.  

Bill Brown 
Bill is a writer, a filmmaker, and an artist.  His films have screened at just about every cinema, university, and museum in the USA with his yearly traveling shows.  He covers an astonishing and amusingly diverse range of topics--including aliens from outer space (here in Roswell) and aliens from across the border (in The Other Side) - with low-fi aesthetic and an extremely personal touch. He also puts out the zine Dreamwhip.

Miranda July
Miranda is a filmmaker, artist, and writer. Her videos, performances, and web-based projects have been presented at sites such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and in two Whitney Biennials. July wrote, directed and starred in her first feature-length film, Me and You and Everyone We Know(2005), which won a special jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival and the Camera d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

Printed of the web Reykjvik Art Museum, 03.50.2015