Monthly Archives: March 2017

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During the period of 1920-2002 Patarei (Tallinn, Estonia) was a prison. Until quite recently you could visit the empty rooms. These spaces are explored, in the film, by a naive, bouncing, tennis ball.
The idea of this artistic “performance” was to relate the architecture spaces of a prison.

Ricard Carbonell has a PhD in cinema from the Complutense University of Madrid, has diplomas from the universities of Barcelona, ECAM Madrid and Microobert (Barcelona). Today he is teaching Cinema at TAI Cinema School (R.J.C. University) in Madrid.

SEAFF 2017 | C-5-11

C-5-11 is a visual contemplation around Matter and Energy. Mind and Spirit. Science and Magic.

Edward Morin received an MFA from Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, and a BFA from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. He has been working in digital and electronic formats since the late 90’s, including animation, interactive multimedia, physical computing, rapid prototyping, sound and video. Edward Ramsay-Morin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. His films have been screened at festivals and galleries in over 50 events in 11 countries. In 2016 SEAFF screened his film Lithics.