moves10: Framing Motion (21-25 April 2010) hits the region with over 30 screenings, 16 screen-based installations, 4 interactive video performances, debates and workshops spilling out to over 50 venues across the North West and the UK.
Launching its anticipated first Liverpool edition the International Festival of Movement on Screen is the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental short films and new media, and offers an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas, see challenging local and international talent, and enjoy the latest experimental screen based works.
If you have not seen Sergei Paradjanov’s cinematic master pieces or you are curious to meet internationally acclaimed Liverpool artist Gina Czarnecki, moves10 brings it all to you. Hurry up to buy your tickets here!
Also don’t forget to make sure you’ve got a place on moves filmmaking LAB if you are looking for that extra creative challenge and register with the Interactive Scenography LAB if you’ve always wanted to find out how to create interactive stage designs using multi-media tools.
Catch moves on screens, on site, online, indoors and outdoors at our cultural hub base the Bluecoat! Download your moves festival guide, schedule and festival pass info from www.movementonscreen.org.uk.