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still Dancin' the Camera (Pieter Rim de Kroon, NL 2015)

Filmmagie: Filmen zonder camera

Filmmagie: Filmen zonder camera

Discover the magic of cinema with these six, short animations. After the programme children can make their own 16 mm film by drawing on, perforating or sticking things onto film strips.

poster Filmmagie: Filmen zonder camera
The Filmmagie: Sweet 16 films originate from Eye’s extensive collection and are suitable for children aged 6 and up.

Programme

  • still Dancin' the Camera (Pieter Rim de Kroon, NL 2015)

    Dancin' the Camera (Pieter Rim de Kroon, NL 2015)

    Dance film about a tap dancer who makes a journey of discovery through the mechanical world of black & white film. The camera functions as camera, backdrop and character. The camera and a pianist try to seduce the tap dancer into a duet.

  • still Les six soeurs Dainef (unknown, FR 1902)

    Le six soeurs dainef (unknown, FR 1902)

    Coloured short silent film from 1902 featuring six female acrobats known as 'Les reines du tapis' performing remarkable feats on stage.

  • still IJs eten (Ton van Saane, NL 1970)

    IJs eten (Ton van Saane, NL 1970)

    Coloured animation of cut-out figures against a black background combined with chalk drawings. Two children are given lots and lots of ice creams. Delicious, but what do you do with them all?

  • still Chigago Footwarmers (Ton van Saane, NL 1967)

    Chigago Footwarmers (Ton van Saane, NL 1967)

    Abstract forms drawn directly onto celluloid move to the jazz of the Chicago Footwarmers.

  • still De wastafel (Ton van Saane, NL 1968)

    De wastafel (Ton van Saane, NL 1968)

    Animation combining drawings on cut out paper moving a cut-out animation. If you can’t reach the tap, you’ll have to come up with something. But watch out! The water goes everywhere!

  • still Surprise Boogie (Albert Pierru, FR 1957)

    Surprise Boogie (Albert Pierru, FR 1957)

    Experimental short film featuring scratches and drawings made directly onto the film strip creating abstract and figurative images accompanied by uplifting jazz.

  • Workshop Filmen zonder Camera (30')

    After the film programme, the audience will be able to participate in the workshop Filmen zonder Camera [filming without a camera], during which participants will create their own 16mm films by working directly on celluloid; drawing on it, puncturing it and affixing things to it.

All children must be accompanied. Filmmagie is not suitable for children’s parties.

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Production year

2023

Length

120 min.

Event language

Dutch

Country

NL

Part of

Filmmagie

Filmmagie [Film Magic] is watching and making. Discover the magic of cinema with short animations from Eye’s extensive collection. After watching the film, there is a creative activity for the children, in which they get to work with the movement of images.

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still Les six soeurs Dainef (unknown, FR 1902)
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