Live Cinema Festival

Live Cinema Festival

Foundation year: 2014




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Teatro Quarticciolo, Rome Italy, Piazza dell'Immacolata, Rome Italy, Rome, Italy

Live Cinema Festival is a live performing exhibition that explores and promotes all the artistic trends whom is attributed the term “Live Cinema”, with performances by artists which have made this narrative technique their stylistic code.

Live Cinema” means an experimental narrative technique, applied to performative video, which gives rise to the simultaneous creation of sound and images in real time, in which the traditional standards of narrative cinema, represented by the subjectivity of the camera, is expanded into a broader conception.

Cinema” is conceived as act of simultaneously creation of images and sounds that interact with each other and take shape in a synaesthetic approach that results in audio-video performance realized in real-time, in which the viewer’s perception is in constant tension between experimentation and re-enactment.

Live Cinema Festival ha been selected for the second year in a row as official project of  “Estate Romana” funded from Rome Government which, through the exhibition of 18 artists,  aims to exploit one of most multicultural and lively areas of the city, which, thanks to a program that combines emerging and known artists, could become a new center of cultural aggregation.

Live Cinema Festival is a cultural and artistic project, promoted byFlyer communication in co-production with LPM – Live Performers Meeting,, Linux Club, Free Hardware Foundation and Improveartsin collaboration with SIAE ed ACEA with the support of Roma Capitale and approved by AVnode.

Live Cinema Festival is  part of the project of cultural cooperation LPM 2015 > 2018 realized with the contribution of the Creative Europe Culture Program for European Cooperation Projects, involving 14 partners from 13 different countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece , Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom.