onedotzero_adventures in motion festival – Starts today @ BFI

Pioneering festival onedotzero_adventures in motion returns this year to London’s BFI Southbank from 10 – 14 November 2010, presenting the most exciting international moving image work, from the offbeat to the radical, aiming to push the boundaries of creativity, innovation and technological wonder.

I was lucky enough to see many of the screenings in the very first onedotzero festival, back in the days when most of the events/screenings were held at the ICA – its great to see how the festival has grown over the years and it now seems very established at the BFI.

The festival comprises screenings, installations, audio/visual events and several talks and workshops. Several of the screenings are repeated at different times over the next few days so you should be able to find a time suitable. Some events are already fully booked but there’s plenty to choose from.

Some of you may be familiar with the onedotzero books or DVD’s. They are widely available and if you haven’t checked them out… you should!!

This years line up is full of cutting edge content. There’s far too much to list it all here clearly – but you can check the full details here.

There are many highlights this year. Heres an overview of some of our ones to look out for!

Wednesday 10th:
– screening of the new Monsters film, with Q & A session after the film.
– onedotzero: festival launch – an overview of the whole festival.
– citystates 10: An exploration of onedotzero’s fascination with the city.

Thursday 11th:
– code warriors: Free drop in screening of some cutting-edge generative films.
– wow + flutter 10: An international selection from a programme now synonymous with forecasting the future of moving image.
– ladymation: A platform for both emerging and established women directors leading the way in animation.

Friday 12th:
– pictoplasma: characters in motion: character design fiend Pictoplasma presents a guest programme.
– robotica: Selection of work exploring the ethics and social effects of a world shared with robots and androids.
– Ninja Tune & BUG: The UK’s greatest purveyors of audiovisual culture celebrate record label Ninja Tune.

(Read our review of the recent Ninja Tune XX Event in Ewer Street Car Park – here)

Saturday 13th:
– Moanbot: robot-building workshop with Tinker London
– preview: Chico & Rita: This animated ballad follows Chico, a pianist with big dreams, as he falls in love with singer Rita.
– creators’ talk: two x two: Spot the stars of tomorrow as selected by some of today’s established creative talent.
– Dark Fibre: Holotronica x Musion: An exclusive one-off and free night of AV performance.

Sunday 14th:
– games and film – the new ‘indie’?: A look at how directors, producers and game developers are collaborating to commission live-action shorts, animations and in-game content.
– new british talent 10: Showcasing fresh work by the UK’s brightest sparks, and styles in animation and indie film-making.
– nightfall: A one-off screening of some of the more extreme, leftfield and bewildering entries to this year’s festival.

Running 10th – 14th & for FREE are:

– Installations: A curated selection of free interactive and screen-based moving image installations.
– Gallery exhibition: ‘topologies’ by quayola: Bespoke multi-screen installation, featuring a brand new installment of the ongoing Strata series by artist Quayola.

Tickets & Info:
For times, full info and to book tickets, please check the BFI or the onedotzero sites.

More info:
BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London SE1 8XT
Ninja Tune

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