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South African Avant-Garde Films

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Four world premières by Aryan Kaganof. Written, produced, shot, edited and directed by the Johannesburg-based avant-garde film-maker.

Bantu Continua Uhuru Nihilismus - world première
(South Africa 2004)
Director: Aryan Kaganof
Working with choreographer Moeketsi Mokoena, poet Thokozane Mthiyane and dancer Moshe Maboe, South Africa's premier avant-gardist, Aryan Kaganof, produces a memorial service for Bantu Steve Biko.
6 July at 20:00 (1 hr 8 mins)

Avant-Garde Programme 1
A Sacrifice
(Aryan Kaganof 2004)
A digital remix of the classic avant-garde film by Standish Lawder - Corridor (1970) - featuring a soundtrack by Jacques Casterede and Geez N'gosh replacing Terry Riley's original minimalist music score.
4 July at 18:00 and 6 July at 22:00 (1 hr 30 mins)

Avant-Garde Programme 2
A Funeral
(Aryan Kaganof 2004)
A Dracula figure stalks his little sister in a subtext dominated by Nietzsche and Dante with audio narration by Blixa Bargeld and visual narration informed by Bram Stoker and Romain Slocombe.
4 July at 22:00 and 5 July at 18:00 (1 hr 30 mins)
Age restriction: no under 21

Avant-Garde Programme 3
"Nique Ta Mere!"
(Aryan Kaganof 2004)
A tighter remix of his earlier, more leisurely film, The Dead Man 2: Return of the Dead Man (made while he was still known as Ian Kerkhof), "Nique ta mere!" (Fuck your mother!) was commissioned by the French industrial outfit Tempsion to accompany their debut DVD release.
5 July at 22:00 and 6 July at 18:00 (1 hr 30 mins)
Age restriction: no under 21



LitNet: 26 May 2004

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