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Audovisual program

Artfutura 2013



Artfutura returns with its 2013 audiovisual program in more than 12 cities, including:  Bangkok · Barcelona · Buenos Aires · Madrid · Montevideo · Palma (Mallorca) · Rotterdam · Santiago de Chile · Tenerife and others.

The Art Futura 2013 program includes the latest contributions in digital creativity: 3D animation, motion graphics, time-lapse, special effects, virals, videoclips.. and two great digital culture documentaries.

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Indie Game The Movie


Indie Game: The Movie is a documentary film by Canadian filmmakers James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot. The film documents the struggles of independent game developers Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes during the development of Super Meat Boy, Phil Fish during the development of Fez, and also Jonathan Blow, who reflects on the success of Braid.

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/25268139
 
IndieWire: "The film delivers, taking us on a journey with regular people pushed to do something different, but equally extraordinary. Possibly the most mature look at video games yet"

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes.
Original Version in English subtitled in Spanish.

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Downoloaded


Directed by Alex Winter, "Downloaded" is a fascinating documentary about the Napster generation and the social media revolution.

With the participation of Sean Parker (Facebook), Shawn Fanning  (Rupture), Mike D (Beastie Boys), Noel Gallagher (Oasis) and many others.
 
Duration: 1 hour 46 minutes.
Original Version in English.

Trailer http://vimeo.com/65560896

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3D Futura Show


Every year, the 3DFutura Show includes the most outstanding and newly produced computer graphics. From the most spectacular works produced by the large studios to the small wonders created by independent artists from all around the world.

The edition 2013 features extraordinary works like  "The Vein Magma (Dvein), “The Butterfly Effect” (Dan Sumich), “5m 80” (Nicolas Devaux), “Reverso” (Kimberly Honma, Clément Lauricella, Arthur Seguin), Lux Aeterna (Cristóbal Vila),  The Turret Anthem (Zachariah Scott) and others.
 
A pefect example of the state of the digital image that can't be missed.

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FuturaGraphics


New aesthetics and experimental languages in a new installment of FuturaGraphics, where raw originality and creativity are tops. Stop-motions, time-lapses, video .. everything has a place in the new digital universe.

Including works by Ant Blades, Will Anderson, Chris Lenox Smith, Maciek Janicki, Weweremonkeys, Ninja Tune and Rocco Pezzella.
 
Duration: 1 hour.

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The Creators Project


The Creators Project celebrates visionary artists across multiple disciplines who are using technology in innovative ways to push the boundaries of creative expression. The project howcases more than 500 artists from all around the world.

In 2013, The Creators Project solidified its position as an unparalleled online arts channel with a slate of original documentaries that offered a look inside the minds of some of today’s most innovative artists in music, film, art and design, fashion and gaming – and introduced artists whose works are inspired and enabled by new technologies.

With segments on the works of Matt Pyke (Universal Everything), Andrew Huang, Nosaj Thing, Kinetica Art Fair and others.

Trailer: The Creators Project

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Artworks


With the emergence of new recording and editing equipment, each time more sophisticated, we have seen the emergence of new ways of documenting the artworks and, in some cases, to go beyond and overcome the experience of physical contemplation.

Do we lose the mystique of the original work? In the Digital Age maybe we should talk more about unique experiences.

ArtFutura begins a new section dedicated to these new audiovisuals: Artworks. With works by artists such as Zaha Hadid, Vincent Morisset and Paul Friedlander.

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Feeding the Web


A new section at ArtFutura dedicated to audiovisual messages produced directly for the Web.

A new type of work, thought to become viral and made exclusively to be viewed online. Feeding the Web, we feed ourselves.
 
With Works by Tiffany Shlain, Box 1824 and Tragedy and Hope.