Light Year: IFP Film Week 2016 Video Projections on the Manhattan Bridge September 17th, 18th and 21st/7.30 pm-10 pm Manhattan Bridge/Anchorage Place at Pearl St./DUMBO
Leo Kuelbs Collection and 3_Search are proud to partner with IFP for Film Week 2016.
To celebrate Film Week's move to Brooklyn, there will be a curated selection of past Light Year videos projected for three special engagements on September 17th, 18th, and 21st, featuring video and animation from both established and up-and-coming artists from around the globe.
These three Film Week presentations will be projected onto the Manhattan Bridge anchorage from dusk until 10PM on all three nights, in conjunction with IFP Film Week events, and are free and open to the public.
Works on display:
Vadim Schaeffler + Pablo Paolo Kilian – Twirl & Levitate Sarah Walko + Justin King – The Enchanter Thomas D. Rotenberg + Jarboe – Journeying Through Time, Space, and Mind. Karl Erickson + Justin King – Time Travel Through Water Ryan Uzilevsky – Zygote Cyriac Harris + Eskmo - We Got More Gabor Kitzinger + Alex Hamadey – The Floater Laszlo Zsolt Bordos – TransReflection Robert Seidel – Vitreous #2 Thomas D. Rotenberg + Damian Master – Intersecting Journeys Caspar Stracke – Urban Particle Supercollider Gabor Kitzinger + Alex Hamadey – V.I.E.W. Visakh Menon + Heavy Birds – View 83 Shir Lieberman, Jonathan Phelps + Fabio Fonda – The Floater UNITED VJs – Mishap Laszlo Zsolt Bordos – Underneath
About LIGHT YEAR:
LIGHT YEAR is an ongoing project presented by 3_Search (Leo Kuelbs Collection, Glowing Bulbs and John Ensor Parker) in collaboration with the DUMBO Improvement District and NYC DOT. Originally created in celebration of the United Nations’ declaration of 2015 as the Year of Light and Light Art, LIGHT YEAR has hosted the work of over 100 artists and curators from around the world.
About IFP: The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) champions the future of storytelling by connecting artists with essential resources at all stages of development and distribution. IFP fosters a vibrant and sustainable independent storytelling community, represents a growing network of 10,000 storytellers around the world, and plays a key role in developing 350 new feature and documentary works each year. During its 35-year history, IFP has supported over 8,000 projects and offered resources to more than 20,000 filmmakers, including Debra Granik, Miranda July, Michael Moore, Dee Rees, and Benh Zeitlin.