25 FPS Day Three: From Analogue Bath to Digital Immersion

Today’s festival adventure begins with the analogue and ends with the digital! Wash your pupils with Kim Knowles’ materialist film programme and wrap up with a total psycho-physical immersion in Daan Johan and Joris Strijbos’s digital landscape. In the meantime don’t miss the last two sections of the international competition.

Kickstart your festival day at 4pm with an amazing selection by Kim Knowles, an expert in the field of analogue film and our this year’s jury member. For the Zagreb audience Kim curated a selection of titles whose authors uncompromisingly and radically explore the concept of the body – both cinematic and cultural.

At 6pm and 8pm check out the last two competitions and meet their filmmakers. The first scheduled is the screening of Ratios, four portraits of longing and melancholia, followed by a Q&A with Mate Ugrin about his latest film Vacant Hours, followed by Scales, a collection of six mind-blowing stories after which we will have a chat with Johann Lurf (Cavalcade), Yuyan Wang (All Movements Should Kill the Wind), Silvestar Kolbas (The Tower) and Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis (Swatted).

All the competition entries compete for the Audience Award, so don’t forget to vote for your favourites after the screening! Yesterday your darlings were ALTIPLANO by Malena Szlam and Life on Earth by Lucas Azémar, thus joining Baloji's Zombies in the Audience Award run.

The festival day closes with Phyllotaxis, the second audio-visual performance in the Expanded Cinema section, in which Daan Johan and Joris Strijbos from the Macular collective will provide us with rarely seen digital immersion.

Admission to all events is free of charge.

PHOTO: Athyrium filix-femina, Swatted, Phyllotaxis