09.Sep.16 LONDON: DREAMS REWIRED @ King's College
There will be an opportunity to see DREAMS REWIRED in London at the symposium LIVING PASTS, MOVING PRESENT organised by the German Screen Studies Network. Do check out the whole three day programme of screenings, workshops and panel discussions exploring cinema as a resource for reshaping a crisis-ridden global present. Film Screening: Dreams Rewired/Mobilisierung der Träume Friday 9th Sep 2016, 14–16h followed by a Q & A led by Annie Ring (UCL) with Manu Luksch in Room K-1.14 in the King’s Building, King’s College London, The Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
24. - 24.Jun.16 MARSEILLE: FACELESS at Image de Ville
screening of FACELESS at Videodrome2, MArseille, during Image de Ville
DREAMS REWIRED screening at Regent Street Cinema 16:55
12. - 15.Nov.15 BUDAPEST [HU] VERZIO Human Rights Film Festival
The festival screens FACELESS (2007) by Manu Luksch several times during the week, one including translation into Hungarian.
03.Nov.15 COPENHAGEN: Archival Times keynote lecture
As part of Uncertain Archives by the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, Manu gives an open lecture on temporailty and archives in relation to her artistic practice.
05. - 15.Nov.15 COPENHAGEN: Dreams Rewired at CPH:DOX
12. - 15.Jul.15 32nd JERUSALEM FILM FESTIVAL: Dreams Rewired
Dreams Rewired (Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode 85min 2015) will be shown at the 32nd JFF. Dates: July 12th, 12:45 pm (with Q & A) and July 18th, 8:15 pm
03.Oct.15 VIENNA: Social Glitch
"Rahmensprengung" is a projector-torch led intervention piece in public space during the Lange Nacht der Museen in Vienna, 3rd Oct 2015, commissioned for Social Glitch.
Projector-torch led intervention piece in public space during the Langen Nacht der Museen in Vienna, 3rd Oct 2015
05. - 10.Jun.15 SHEFFIELD: UNKNOWN TERRITORIES at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015
UNKNOWN TERRITORIES, short film by Manu Luksch featuring pole performer Elena Gibson, commissioned for Random Acts, Channel 4, will be shown in the official programme of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015.
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