"EVERYDAY BOUNDARY: FILMS OF RYO ISHIKAWA"
SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2017 @ CPR - Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11211
DOORS 7PM – SCREENING from 7-9:30PM – $5 SUGGESTED DONATION – FILMS, DRINKS & DISCUSSION.
RUNNING TIME 50 MINUTES & Additional time for discussion / Q & A with artist Ryo Ishikawa
Tide (Naoaki Miyamoto & Miyae Yama, 5.5 min., Super 8, 18fps, sound, 2015)
Tanning the film (Akio Hikage, 5.5 min., Single 8, 24fps, sound, 2012)
New Night (Shintaro Kiyonari, 3 min., Single 8, 18fps, silent, 2011)
Park 4 Nicole (Kengo Shintaku, 2.5 min., Single 8, 18fps, sound, 2014)
CHimchee (Junhou Arai, 5 min., Super 8, 18fps, sound, 2012)
Moratorium 3'56" (Hiroki Murakami, 5 min., Single 8, 18fps, sound, 2015)
under current (Ryo Ishikawa, 5 min., Single 8, 18fps, sound, 2012)
Center★Center (Saika Tokunaga, 4 min., Super 8, 18fps, sound, 2011)
SHIBUYA X (NAGAO, 7 min., Super 8, 18fps, sound, 2017)
Me and you are friends (Sayaka Hayami, 3 min., Super 8, 18fps, silent, 2017)
AONA (Reina Yokoe, 3 min., Super 8, 18fps, silent, 2017)
Ryo Ishikawa is a filmmaker based in Tokyo, Japan. He is a co-founder of !8 (Exclamation 8), which is a collective of filmmakers organizing screenings of 8mm films at various venues in Japan. He also teaches filmmaking workshops in Tokyo and other cities. Ryo currently works at National Film Center (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo) in Kanagawa, Japan, inspecting films, especially small formats.
For this special Connectivity Through Cinema program Ryo has programmed a selection of work by contemporary filmmakers based in Japan.
MONO NO AWARE SCREENING SERIES:
The CONNECTIVITY THROUGH CINEMA series presents the work of artists, film-makers and curators who are traveling or presenting special interactive programs in-person. Our hope is to engage the community by showing work with a focus on post-screening discussion