#MINA2014
INTERNATIONAL MOBILE INNOVATION SCREENINGS

Auckland

As part of the 4th MINA Symposium. More infos and tickets: http://mina.pro/?p=1888

Wellington

6th December at 4.30pm

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, Te Anakura Whitiāhua, 84 Taranaki Street, Wellington,

The theme of the #MINA2014 program is On The Move. In response to an open call for submission more mobile, smartphone and pocket films were submitted than ever before. This year already in its 4th edition, the MINA showcase includes micro-movies and micro-formats on travel and mobility, as well as various adventure films and projects realised with GoPros. Mobile cameras are more obiquitous than ever before, and their vastly improved technical standards are beginning to seriously challenge DSLR still cameras in terms of image treatment. what is my ip? . While any lens can be mounted onto smartphones, DSLRS and high end cameras still do not fit in your pocket.

For the 4th edition of the International Mobile Innovation Screening MINA is honoured to announce Robert Cahen as creative patron. 

Cahen is recognized as one of France’s foremost video artists and has produced a distinguished body of work for cinema and television since 1972. His dreamlike journeys depict fleeting glimpses of a transitory reality, transformed in time within the pictorial frame. Reviewing the MINA On the Move Program, which is curated by Max Schleser in collaboration with Gerda Cammaer (Canada), he said:
“A new artistic moment of mobile moving-image production is born. MINA creates a new vision embracing movement in mobile video.”
The #MINA2014 showcases the contemporary artistic vision of the mobile, camera and smartphone filmmakers from around the world who increasingly produce projects on the move.

 

#MINA2014 International Mobile Innovation Program On The Move

  1. Absent, Anders Weberg
  2. Numb, Anders Weberg
  3. Self portrait video – 2014, Carlo Giuseppe Zuozo
  4. #Selfie #NoFilter, Patrick Kelly
  5. Tell me about yourself, Simon O’Neill
  6. Requiem, Jeffrey Turboff
  7. 1+1, Lesiji Wei
  8. City Transit, Taien Ng-Chan
  9. High Rise, David Cowlard
  10. Skyward, Anne Massoni
  11. Tofu Man, Andrew Robb
  12. Decombres: A mobile bricolage poem for Duchamp, Dean Keep
  13. DEAD TV, Seth Keen
  14. Towards Santiago, Maria Donata Napoli
  15. NYC, Joshua Faisandier
  16. InTransit@NeedHelp?, Gerda Cammaer
  17. Double time, Kaihei Hase
  18. Here and There. Manchester-Bogotá, ver 0 31032014, Felipe Cardona
  19. David Hockney At the Met/ Large Interior, Los Angeles, 1988, David Scott Leibowitz
  20. SYNC, Alberto Corral
  21. Fly Away, Luis Juarez

The MINA program with further information and the MINA International Partner Festival program will be online soon.

The Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa [MINA] is an international network that promotes cultural and research activities to expand the emerging possibilities of mobile media. MINA aims to explore the opportunities for interaction between mobile content, communities and the creative industries within the context of Aotearoa/New Zealand and internationally.

We hope you enjoy the program and would like to use this opportunity to thank the MINA screening committee: Laurent Antonczak (AUT University, New Zealand), Dr Marsha Berry (RMIT University, Australia), Dr. Gerda Cammaer (Ryerson University, Canada), Felipe Cardona (Pontifical Xavierian University, Colombia), Matthijs Clasener (Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam, Netherlands), Dr. Seth Keen (RMIT University, Australia), Assoc. Prof. Andre Ktori (Massey University, New Zealand), Dean Keep (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia), Dr. Patrick Kelly (RMIT University, Australia), Dr. Stefano Odorico (Leeds Trinity University, England), Dr. Miriam Ross (Victoria University, New Zealand).

Special thanks also to MINA’s partner film festivals: IPhone Film Festival (Hollywood – USA), Super 9 (Portugal), SeSIFF (Korea), Cinephone (Spain), Mobile Film Festival (Mazedonia) and Mobil Film Festival (USA). We are also looking forward to work with Mobile Motion Film Festival (Switzerland) and Film Pocket Film (Sweden) in 2015.

With very special thanks to Laurent Antonczak, co-founder MINA, the School of Art & Design (AUT University), CoLab (Creative Technologies Research Institute for the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies at AUT University) and the School of Design, School of Music and Creative Media Production in the College of Creative Arts, Massey University for their continued support.

Dr. Max RC Schleser
Co-Founder MINA & Director of the MINA screening committee

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