Alternative Film/Video Research Forum 2016, Documentary Intersections

Alternative Film/Video Research Forum 2016, Documentary Intersections Alternative Film/Video, 7-11 December 2016, Belgrade Regarding the active fault line between modes of expression in ci... Read more →

New special issue of [in]Transition

The new special issue of [in]Transition features five videos that emerged from the June 2015 workshop Scholarship in Sound & Image, hosted at Middlebury College. The workshop brought 14... Read more →

Richard Serra: Sculpture, television, and the status quo

by Francesco Spampinato Introduction Richard Serra emerged in the 1960s in association with minimalism and land art – two conceptual art movements that speculated on the potentialities of ... Read more →

Alternative Film/Video Research Forum 2015 (call for submissions)

The 2012 and 2013 research forums at Alternative Film/Video Belgrade resulted in the publication of the volume On Fragmentation (2014), edited by forum curator Greg de Cuir, Jr, which anthol... Read more →

We can haz film fest!: Internet Cat Video Festival goes viral

A festival devoted to internet cat videos set out on a 2014 cross-Canada tour with this promotional tagline – ‘All the cattiness of the film fest. But with cats.’ Just for Cats: Intern... Read more →

Club Video

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Emoticons by Pisters

NECSUS editor Patricia Pisters has published an audiovisual essay titled Emoticons in the open access videographic journal [in]Transition. In her words Emoticons could be considered as a per... Read more →

A spiritual journey in Bill Viola’s art

Exhibition: Bill Viola (Paris, Grand Palais, Galeries nationales, 5 March – 21 July 2014) Catalogue: Bill Viola (Paris: Éditions de la Rèunion des musées nationaux, 2014), sous la direc... Read more →

Cinema, postmedia, and resolutions

Resolutions 3: Global Networks of Video edited by Ming-Yuen S. Ma and Erika Suderburg (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012) and Cinema and Postmedia: Contemporary Film Territori... Read more →

Introduction to the audiovisual essay: A child of two mothers

by Cristina Álvarez López & Adrian Martin The audiovisual essay is not a strict genre or a delimited form – it is the name for a burgeoning field of inquiry, research, and experiment... Read more →