Monday, September 11, 2006

Micro Cinema Club on Wednesday

Indie Memphis, a project of Delta Axis, presents Micro Cinema Club #22 on Wednesday, September 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Power House. Free screening, free parking

This month Indie Memphis Micro Cinema Club presents Cold Hearts, seventeen films by Icelandic filmmakers.

Cold Hearts, is now screening at venues around the US and Europe through 2006, organized by Package Deals in Brooklyn, NY. Featuring macabre stop animation, the secret life of moss, mouse suits, exploding dictaphones, women who live on clouds, Outkast ballads, and some very creative uses for whipped cream, Cold Hearts represents the whimsical Icelandic imagination. 17 artist films and music videos cover expansive aesthetic ground. Working in locales as diverse as art school in Los Angeles to the craggy vistas of Skagafjördur in northern Iceland, these young artists explore their native and adopted worlds in inventive ways. Intrinsically dark and aloof, yet also refreshingly honest, Cold Hearts is a glimpse into the curious cultural landscape of Iceland now. From the fantastical, sometimes disturbing artist films of Unnar Andrea Einarsdottir to the otherworldly output created by bands such as Mum and Apparat Organ Quartet, the Icelandic aesthetic is as strange and beautiful as it is overlooked.

Power House, 45 E. GE Patterson, Memphis, TN 38103

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