We’re thankful for the various cinematic projects we worked on in 2021 during summer and autumn after a long, dreadful lockdown.
In June we hosted a short film program with Galerie de Jaloezie during Architecture Month Rotterdam. We presented Tripsitter (2020) by Frederique Pisuisse and You Can’t Automate Me (2021) by Katarina Jazbec. Two rising cinematic talents based in The Netherlands.
In July we set up three sun bed cinema nights under the stars at hotspot Maaskantine Rotterdam. We screened Poetic Justice (1993) John Singleton, Spring Breakers (2012) Harmony Korine and Clueluess (1995) Amy Heckerling. That was fun!
We curated the film-edits for 5 The Pulse events at Garage Rotterdam, a new movement initiative.
In August we had the annual film festival at AVL Mundo in Rotterdam. It was all we dreamed of.
After we jumped on plane to Croatia for open air screenings during electronic music festival Dekmantel Selectors.
In September we collaborated with local chef Soma and prepared an Asian inspired noodle meal and screened our favorite Wong Kar Wai film Fallen Angels (1995). The sky coloured pink and so did our feelings.
In October we presented the Cinema Concerts again with Alberta Balsam and DJ Overdose during Amsterdam Dance Events at the Melkweg.