Jardin Rouge Film Festival welcomes films that break down boundaries: between artistic disciplines, between borders, between society and those it often overlooks at its margins, between reality and what new worlds we can create. We support filmmakers, established and emerging, who challenge convention, and we also encourage submissions that excavate “forgotten” or unexpected art forms and upend established codes of stage and performance for the screen.
JARDIN ROUGE FILM FESTIVAL – 6 MARCH
FILM SCREENINGS & Q&A :
16:00 – 17:30
PESSOAS – Arturo Dueñas Herrero – 73 min – Spain
Arturo travels to Santiago de Cuba just after the death of Fidel Castro to find an unknown woman whom he photographed in the parade on May 1 10 years ago. He is accompanied by his daughter Greta, from whom he has been estranged for some time.
18:00 – 19:30
WHILE WE LIVE – Andrea Voets*, Myrto Papadogeorgou – 80 min – Greece, The Netherlands
A social, musical road-trip through Greece, in search for ways out of fundamental loneliness. By Resonate Productions -creating musical journalism-
*filmmaker attending festival
20:30 – 21:30
HET ALFABET VAN ONZEKERE TIJDEN (THE ALPHABET OF UNCERTAIN TIMES) – Lot Wuisman, ZID Theater – 30 min – The Netherlands
Film Screening & Live Performance
CONTINUOUS SCREENINGS MARCH 4 – 6 :
DRESSING ROOM DE ROODE BIOSCOOP
TENJINSAN TEXTILES – Michael Lyons, Haruka Mitani – 4 min – Japan
This stop motion animation uses a home-made synthesizer to listen to antique kimono textile patterns.
THE DREAM MACHINE – Michael William West* – 9 min – France
A woman experiments with a Dream Machine, hoping to escape trouble. Within the light and dark of the machine, violent emotions awaken.
JOAN JONAS OF ARC – Anya Liftig – 4 min – USA
A plague of lobsters, a love of lobsters, a society that cannot comprehend
THAT’S IT – Sabine Molenaar – 16 min – Belgium
Where do dreams end and reality begin?
TAKEAWAY – Lou Sumray* – 5 min – UK
A hand-drawn tale inspired by the antics of the Bowerbird and an insight into what really happens to items that so many of us throw away.
THIS IS SAND – Michael Kneebone, Gregg Clampffer* – 2 min – The Netherlands
Teensy boulders or gigantic atoms? We investigate with our brains and bikinis.
THIS IS TREE – Michael Kneebone, Gregg Clampffer* – 2 min – The Netherlands
Nature’s flowchart or human convenience store? We take a closer look.
DUNGEON – Jérémy Griffaud – 7 min – France
Getting out of the shadows to enter the light, or becoming this “light”.
*filmmakers attending festival
BATHROOM DE ROODE BIOSCOOP
BUTT – Jeremy Kagan – 2 min – USA
An animated view from the rear end.
VR FILM INSTALLATION
OFF WITH HER HEAD – Camelia Finley – 67 min – USA
A demigod, who has descended to Earth in hopes of participating in a human life, is placed within the body of a woman; Marie Antoinette. There he experiences man’s inhumanity to man in parody and comedy. He is beheaded, and ascends back to his original self more whole than before.
CAFÉ DE ROODE BIOSCOOP :
Analogue Space Film Art Installations – Jonathan Brown – USA
SALON DE IJZERSTAVEN (5 min by walk from De Roode Bioscoop)
IF YOU BELIEVE – Nicole Elaine Baker Peterson – 6 min – USA
The moon has fallen to earth… and something isn’t right.