M3 Visual Arts Films

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M3 Visual Arts Films

Category : Film

m3M3 Summit would like to thank everyone who submitted works for the M3 Visual Arts Festival. The following entries were screened:

CITROEN
Mario Stipinovich

MELTER – TAR PIT
Takeshi Murata

FUTURE BEAUTIFUL: NATURE
Rachel K. Riggs

UTOPIA_MK1
Qube Konstrukt

TIGA “HOT IN HERRE”
Alex Moulton, Expansion Team & Thomas “Lord of the Marionette”, !K7 Records

VIOLENCE
Rex Crowle

CITY CUBE – MOTION CELL
Panoptic

SUMMERDRAW – TRUE ME – CLONE – FREEWALK – PANALIBRE
Freestyle Collective

THE ROLLINGSTONES “SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL/FATBOY SLIM REMIX”
Mick Gochanour, Honey Gun Labs

*SMILEFAUCET/IDENTITY
Brian Close, Neil Voss, Travis Spangler, Neil Voss, Noah Conopask, Steve Byram, Yuichi Uchida, Kee Koo, Kyoko Takei, Yuichi Uchida, Kaz+Iwai, Masa Nakamura, James Sheeman, Rafael Altam, Brain Bedder, Petewon, Kaori Sohma, Scott Pittinsky, Jennifer Lew, Greg Brunkalla, Deerhoof, Luke McCoubrey, Ryan Chen, Amun Ra, Asif Mian, Andrew Nicroda-kraus, Stephen Holding, Martin O’leughlin,Hoon Chong, Neil Anderson

The M3 Visuals Arts Festival showcased an array of visual art throughout the week, including film screenings, installations, video projections, live video mixing, and live painting. Below is a summary of the program. M3 worked in collaboration with The Miami Beach Cinematheque, home of the Miami Beach Film Society.

Friday, March 5
Film Festival Opening Party w/ Funkshion
DJs/Performers: Tommie Sunshine and DJ Le Spam. Live audio/video scratching by EJ Enterprises.
Funkshion Tent, 1st and Ocean
7pm – 10pm – invite only.

Girls on Film, curated by Prince Kave

Girls on Film emphasizes the artistic process behind the photographs, illustrating the unique ways in which each artist perceives the world. It presents a series of photographs centered on the interaction between music, film, women and the human body from photographers Cara Pastore, Ellen Jong, Doug Meyer, Ali Prosch, and Meg Pukel. For the opening reception, Pukel also projected a series of her nude portraits on the architecture surrounding the Cinemateque.

Exhibit runs from March 5 – April 5, 6:30-9:30pm
Miami Beach Cinematheque – 512 Espanola Way – 305.67-FILMS
Complimentary drinks by Skyy Vodka.

Saturday, March 6
DIG! by Ondi Timoner, an Interloper Film – Winner Grand Jury Prize 2004 Sundance Film Festival Documentary Competition.

DIG! is the feature-length documentary shot over seven years about musicians Anton Newcombe, leader of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Courtney Taylor, head of the Dandy Warhols, star crossed friends and bitter rivals. It follows the underground giant Anton Newcombe, unearthing him to be an important yet largely unnoticed artist of our time. DIG! is about musicians’ loves and obsessions, gigs and recordings, arrests and death threats, uppers and downers – their choices between art and industry, which unfold with the passage of time.

Screenings 6:30pm & 9:30pm
Miami Beach Cinematheque – 512 Espanola Way – 305.67-FILMS
Free with M3 Badge, $10.00 general admission.
Q&A with Producer and Adam Shore at end of screening
After-party at M3 Sunset Session at Surfcomber 1717 Collins Ave.
Presented by Palm Pictures

Sunday, March 7
Tom Dowd and The Language Of Music by Mark Moorman
A feature-length documentary profiling the life and work of the legendary producer and recording engineer Tom Dowd — a man whose personal history reflects the evolution of modern music and recording technology. Dowd’s achievements span from his teenage years working on the Manhattan Project during WWII, to recording “race records” and jazz in the ’40’s and ’50’s, to the segregated South during the golden years of Stax Records, to his classic recordings of Miami’s “Atlantic Records South” period, to the digital recording studios of the 21st century. With credits including Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Otis Redding, John Coltrane, The Allman Brothers Band, Tito Puente, Dizzy Gillespie, Bob Marley, Thelonius Monk, Cream, and countless others, Tom Dowd’s pioneering work in recording techniques helped shape the sound of modern music as we know it today. The master of the craft, Tom Dowd, recounts the recording sessions and technical achievements that forever altered the course of contemporary music.

Screenings 6:30pm & 9:30pm
Miami Beach Cinematheque – 512 Espanola Way – 305.67-FILMS
Free M3 Badge, $10.00 general admission
Q&A with Mark Moorma (Director) & Dana Dowd at end of screening
After-party at M3 Sunset Session at Surfcomber 1717 Collins Ave.
Presented by Palm Pictures

CineMoto March 6-9
At the Nash and Surfcomber Hotels, visitors can witness the future of mobile multimedia and access exclusive video material on new Motorola handsets via CINEMOTO. Just sit in a lounge chair by the pool and pull the handset toward yourself to watch music videos while you relax. The content includes exclusive new music videos produced by leading music video directors, graphic artists, and designers from around the world, as well as a selection of historical videos spanning club culture’s 20-year history. This is all presented in a newly digitized format for CINEMOTO.


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