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Spellbound

Red Transmissions Podcast

Release Date: 11/08/2021

S.A.D show art S.A.D

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Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival takes place this November at Kulturhuset Islands Brygge. As part of this the selection of films, we introduce you to the directors of S.A.D, a poetry film on the relationships of our nature, around us and within.

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Spellbound show art Spellbound

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Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival, done in collaboration with Kulturhuset Islands Brygge in Copenhagen, introduces Patrick Müller, director of award-winning film Spellbound, a melancholic and hypnotic combination of visual imagery and poetry. 

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Precious Balance Walk show art Precious Balance Walk

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In celebration of the upcoming Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival, Red Transmissions Podcast introduces you to Felicia Konrad, voice performer, singer and performance artist, part of the project "I still live in water" and co-director of Precious Balance Walk, one of the films chosen to be screened at Kulturhuset Islands Brygge during the festival.

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When art IS the honey show art When art IS the honey

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Artist, writer and lecturer Lars Kræmmer envisioned a utopian option where art didn't have to go through mediators in order to become the paper we trade which delivers the goods. It became a currency. Almost 25 years ago, ArtMoney was created as a global alternative currency of original art. Now, artists and businesses all around the world are welcoming this option as a form of direct exchange.

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Would you like to come home? show art Would you like to come home?

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On this episode of the Red Transmissions Podcast, host Madam Neverstop shares a recap of activities and projects, and announces a summer break for the podcast. 

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The Royal College of Lost Art show art The Royal College of Lost Art

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With a name fitting for a saga of courage, Arabella Hope, painter, printmaker and multimedia artist, shares with the Red Transmissions Podcast the story behind the collective virtual exhibition "The Royal College of Lost Art", a digital construction that honors (some) of the work disappeared by one of the most influential art schools in London, after a Royal mistake they have yet to answer for. 

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From Cut-Ups to Shotgun Paintings show art From Cut-Ups to Shotgun Paintings

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Danish filmmaker, documentarist and writer Lars Movin has spent over 30 years of his life digging for the stories, moments and characters that intertwine experimental creativity, avant-garde, poetry and beat, among other subculture subjects.

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Walking the Beat show art Walking the Beat

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Award-Winning Beat poet, worldthreader and performer Claus Høxbroe lives a breathes poetry. For the last 15 years he's been walking through cities around the world, documenting the stories of its inhabitants and releasing his work as publications in books, journals, magazines and spoken word records, amassing over 3000 performances under his belt, and with zero intentions of stopping. 

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The Typewriter Revolution show art The Typewriter Revolution

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Author and typewriter collector Richard Polt grew up in California and Madrid. He teaches philosophy at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Most of his academic publications have focused on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger. He has been collecting typewriters for over 25 years; the hobby has led to a website, a blog, the book The Typewriter Revolution, a series of anthologies of typewritten stories, and a forthcoming novel.

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Out of Limbo and into Heaven show art Out of Limbo and into Heaven

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American artist Jonathan Read has built an entire universe inspired by mythology, religion, fiction and dreams, using a tableaux style to present quasi-historical and quasi autobiographical narratives. 

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Spellbound: In Emily Brontë's world, a young woman is under a spell of blind forces of compulsion acting to draw her towards an unnamed darkness from which she cannot escape.

Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival, done in collaboration with Kulturhuset Islands Brygge in Copenhagen, introduces Patrick Müller, director of award-winning film Spellbound, a melancholic and hypnotic combination of visual imagery and poetry. 

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https://kulturhusetislandsbrygge.kk.dk/en/node/68

Learn more at:

https://www.patrickcinema.de/index.php/root/spellbound/

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