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Alpha-ville is back in Hackney condensing the spirit of the festival in a series of individual events taking place on Saturday 6th October.

Alpha-ville LIVE is dedicated to exploring the interaction between electronic music, visual performances and other cultural practices. Taking place on Saturday 6th October at the iconic Hackney Empire, the unique programme will feature the London premiere of the collaboration between Murcof & AntiVJ alongside an intimate live solo by The Field and a full audio-visual experience by Raster Noton’s label co-owner Byetone.

Saturday 6th October // Hackney Empire

doors open at 7:00 pm.

Alpha-ville SCREENING is the second event taking place at the Hackney Picturehouse on the same day. It will feature the latest in moving image including animation, experimental, interactive, video art, documentary and music video.

Alpha-ville Unfinity Screening Programme

Saturday 6th October // Hackney Picturehouse // 4:15pm

Rear Window Timelapse (Jeff Desom, NL, 2012) // Étude Op. 2 (Sougwen Chung, USA, 2012) // Slow Derek (Dan Ojari, UK, 2011) // 38–39°C (Kangmin Kim, USA/South Korea, 2011) // Unnamed Sound Sculpture (Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer, DE, 2012) // Forms (Quayola and Memo Atken, UK, 2012) // In a Pig’s Eye (Atsushi Wada, JP, 2010) // Everything Is a Remix (Kirby Ferguson, US, 2012) // 20 HZ (Semiconductor, UK, 2011) // SUPERDREAMER (David Broner, FR, 2012)// The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca (Dimitris Ladopoulos,GR, 2012)

Alpha-ville Future of Moving Programme & Award

Saturday 6th October // Hackney Picturehouse // 2:00pm

Brave New Old (Adam Wells, UK, 2012) // Clouds, a computational Documentary (James George, Jonathan Minard, USA, 2012)// Gamma (Factory Fifteen, UK, 2011)// Medium (Sam WIlliams and Clayton Welham, UK, 2012) // Not Over (Toru Hayai, Japan, 2012) // Robot Readable World (Timon Arnall, UK, 2012) // Sight (Eran May Raz & Daniel Lazo, Israel, 2012) // The Natural Order Of Things  (Sarah Beeby, UK, 2011) // The Pub (Joseph Pierce, UK, 2011) // Videorative Portrait of Randall Okita (Sergio Albiac, Spain, 2012)

Alpha-ville INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION is the third event at Hackney Picturehouse.

BLA BLA directed by Vincent Morisset and produced by the National Film Board of Canada is an interactive tale in six chapters populated by endearing characters generated using both traditional and high-tech methods.
Saturday 6th October // FREE

For more information, visit: www.alpha-ville.co.uk

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We celebrate the wealth of talent working across all genres of short format productions. For us that means anything under 45minutes including fiction, factual, animation, music video, and digital content in every degree. Year round Soho Shorts helps curate programme across the UK and internationally. Contact us if you want to team up.


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