Monthly Archives: February 2011

AK47 Film Festival at Woordfees in Stellenbosch

This film festival comprises a selection of films by filmmaker, writer and artist, Aryan Kaganof and focuses on the role of music in his work. As part of the Woordfees, DOMUS will showcase twenty-one of Kaganof’s short- and full-length films which include documentaries on music genres such as kwaito, jazz and blues as well as films that explore the interaction between music, image and text. The festival is curated by Lizabé Lambrechts.

The film festival is taking place from 7-11 March in Stellenbosch and Kayamandi (5 Ryneveld Restaurant, Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch and AmaZink Eatery, Kayamandi).

As a writer, visual artists and filmmaker, Aryan Kaganof will also be discussing his work with Christo Doherty (head of the Wits Arts School) in terms of “Medium Specificity”, exploring how content is influenced and potentially altered by different mediums. This conversation will take place on 7 March at 14:00 in the Boektent, Stellenbosch.

Programme

Monday, 7 March: DEATH AND SENSUALITY Stellenbosch
Reverie (12min)
SMS Sugar Man (80min)
At last I’m free (5min)
Tuesday, 8 March: THE BODY POLITIC Kayamandi
A perfect day (3min)
Sharp Sharp! The Kwaito story (25min)
Giant Steps (52min)
Wednesday, 9 March: VIRULENT NIHILISM Stellenbosch
Signal to noise (9min)
Kraftmusichall (10min)
Herman Hesse, flying (5min)
The Exhibition of Vandalizim (47min)
Thursday, 10 March: LAMENTATIONS Kayamandi
Blue notes for Bra’ Geoff (60min)
Diabelli Variation XXXIII (5min)
Western 4.33 (32min)
Friday, 11 March: THE IMP OF THE PERVERSE Stellenbosch
The legendary Syd Kitchen in “G-string blues” (32min)
The Portrait of a Lady (5min)
A Willing Suspension of Disbelief (3min)
Click Here to Unsubscribe (32min)

For bookings call Computicket at 021-809 7473.
For more information call Lizabé Lambrechts at 072-372 4140.

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