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Digital Intelligence at Cork
05 Oct 2000 :
This year's Murphy’s Cork Film Festival sees the introduction of a new element, embracing the exciting growth of digital imagery in filmmaking. From music promos to advertising, digital work is responsible for changing the way we look the moving image.

'Digital Intelligence' will showcase some of the best-known talents in the world of digital filmmaking. From 3-D Japanese graphics to digital music promos, the programme will feature a wide variety of computer-generated work from international digital image-makers.

'Heavy Rotation', a two–part programme of music and image combined, will feature some of the best known and most radical filmmakers of the present day.

Spike Jonze, responsible for the outlandish Fatboy Slim video 'Praise You'; Mike Mills, creator of the Air video for 'Sexy Boy' and Chris Cunningham, director of the nightmarish 'Come to Daddy' for Aphex Twin, will all feature in the 'Mirrorball' programme of documentaries on these digital luminaries.

The feature length documentary 'Better Living Through Circuitry' takes a look at the electronic dance community and the culture it has produced. This film pays as much tribute to the rave culture as it does the dynamism of the filmmakers themselves.

'Digital Intelligence' hopes to bring the world of the computer artist and digital poet to a greater audience by screening what will be a comprehensive collection of what can only be described as the new art movement for the 21st century.

Two new venues for the festival include The Bodega and the Roundy House, bars on Cork’s Coal Quay. Highlights of the Digital Programme will be screened in the Roundy.

Friday, October 20th programme sees the premiere of the Roundy House promo video by Cork’s Trigger Productions and a line up of Cork and Dublin DJs (including Donal Scannell from 3345 in Dublin, Brian Whelan and Redsettaz.)

Digital Boogie at the Bodega on Thursday 19th October from 4pm to 1am is an impressive line up of DJs (Donal Scannell, Miss Ken D, Eddie Eustace and Jim X Comet) accompanied by projections of live interactive stills, and video clips by digital:cc.

www.corkfilmfest.org



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