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Mira! Festival

BARCELONA, November 05 – 09 2019

MIRA wants to bring the audience closer to several realms of artistic creativity through an event with two main objectives: to function as a platform for new creators as well as a showcase for world-renowned artists and to create unique immersive experiences through digital and technological innovation and the interlacing of live music and visuals.

MIRA is a digital arts festival based on three interconnected areas: exhibition, dissemination and education, and is held annually in Barcelona (since 2011) and Berlin (since 2016).

Focused on the intersection between arts and digital culture, the festival features a program comprised of audiovisual shows in both traditional and full dome formats, digital art installations, screenings, conferences, and workshops.

MIRA promotes artistic collaborations and boosts the creation of new projects, supporting the relationships between collectives, associations and artists from the fields of digital arts and technology. The associative and non-profit nature of the organization, aided by the participation of volunteers, guarantees that the results are reinvested in promoting digital culture in a sustainable way.

Mira! Festival

Fabra i Coats, Barcelona

C/ de Sant Adrià, 20

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Estreno en España del documental “Visualist” · Seminci Transmedia 22 de octubre

Par : volatil

El documental «Visualist» sigue de gira. Después de su premier en Signal Festival de Praga, llega a Valladolid para su estreno en España. Después de la proyección, tendrá lugar una mesa redonda con sus directores y otras figuras representativas de la cultura audiovisual nacional para debatir sobre algunos de los temas que aborda el film. ¿Qué es el arte AV o arte audiovisual? El documental lo presenta como un formato artístico sólido, diverso y profundo que surgió de la escena de club y logró atravesar las puertas cerradas de las mejores galerías del mundo. Un formato que pertenece al futuro.

Robert Henke

La Semana Internacional de cine de Valladolid Seminci, incluyó bajo la sección “Seminci TRANSMEDIA” en su 62ª edición un ciclo de Live Cinema en su programación de la mano de bit:LAV, el año pasado sumaron una de las caras más innovadoras del cine actual: la realidad virtual. Este año, para la 64 SEMINCI, bit:LAV se atreve también con un nuevo escenario y un nuevo formato: el Fulldome en el Planetario del Museo de la Ciencia.

El ciclo dará comienzo el día 22 de octubre de 2019 con el estreno en España del documental Visualist, Those who see beyond de Manuel Cid y Pedro Pantaleón, que estarán acompañados en una posterior mesa de debate moderada por Virgina Díez, impulsora y co-directora del Festival de Cine Creative Commons de Valladolid (ccVAD).

Herman Kolgen

En este debate también participará Óscar Testón – OTU, productor del documental y creador de la revista digital Vjspain.com; Patricia Dominguez Larrondo, responsable del Laboratorio audiovisual AVLab de Medialab-Prado; Manuel Prados Sánchez, artista y productor cultural, coordinador del Laboratorio de Realidades Sintéticas y Agencia_RV en Medialab-Prado y AlHuerto, impulsor del festival de artes visuales y sonoras DUAL CLUB que tiene lugar en el Espacio Tangente, centro de creación contemporánea independiente de Burgos.

Te dejamos a continuación la programación por horas de las actividades de Seminci Transmedia 2019.

ESTRENO VISUALIST & MESA DE DEBATE
¿Dónde? Sala Experimental – Teatro Zorrilla Plaza Mayor, 9, Valladolid
¿Cuándo? 22 Octubre 18h – 21h

-Proyección documental: Visualist, Those who see beyond, Pedro Pantaleón, España
-Mesa de debate: Creación transmedia: nuevas narrativas y lenguajes vinculados al arte audiovisual.

REALIDAD VIRTUAL
Sala Experimental – Teatro Zorrilla Plaza Mayor, 9, Valladolid
23, 24 Octubre 11h-13h 17h-20h
25 Octubre 17h-20h
CROW The Legend VR (Inglés) EEUU 2018 18’
ZERO Days VR (Inglés) EEUU 2017 22’
Dinner Party VR (Inglés) EEUU/ Puerto Rico 2018 14’
Kinoscope VR (Inglés) Francia 2017 10’
La Fuga L. 360º VR (Español) México 2018 7’
Perdido en el Tiempo VR (Español) España 2018 16’
El Sueño de la Hija del Jaguar VR (Español) EEUU / México 2019 8’

FULLDOME
Planetario – Museo de la Ciencia, Av. de Salamanca, 59, Valladolid
24, 25 Octubre 18h

Sacred Geometry, Darklight Studio
IMMERSIVE, Jeremy Oury
end(O), Alba G Corral & Alex Augier
GENESIS, Gnomalab
SPHERE, Mickaël Le Goff & Robert Koch
Latent Space, Monocolor
Bio Inspire, VOID

De nuevo bit:LAV acerca a la ciudad de Valladolid las propuestas tecnológicas más novedosas y ofrece nuevas formas de entender la creación fílmica. Porque hoy, para el cine, no existen los límites de la pantalla.

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