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Abandon Normal Devices Fest dedicated to New Cinema and Digital Culture

Abandon Normal Devices Festival of New Cinema and Digital Culture
23-27 September 2009, Liverpool, UK
www.andfestival.org.uk

The debut edition of Abandon Normal Devices, festival of New Cinema and Digital Culture, is now less than two weeks away. Featuring an eclectic array of exhibitions, film screenings, online work and live events, the festival will spill from screens and galleries onto the streets of the city.

Expect artists and filmmakers offering striking new perspectives in a festival that questions the normal and champions a different approach. Highlights include Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Yes Men, Carolee Schneemann, Nic Roeg, Phil Collins, Jamie King, and Short Sighted! an afternoon of industry panels for filmmakers.
New British talent is in evidence with debut features from Peter Strickland, Matt Hulse and Justin Molotnikov, and a new gallery-based installations from Duane Hopkins. International features include the Korean assault on the senses, Breathless, twisty and tactile cinema in Be Good, and Astra Taylor’s inspirational documentary of philosophy on-the-go, Examined Life.

Full programme is online now, with downloadable brochure and ticket details www.andfestival.org.uk

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