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  • Open Call Fashion Film Workshop

    Act! Cut! Play! is looking for new talent in the fields of fashion, dance, film and theatre

    Are you a student of or recent graduate in film, theatre or fashion and do you like to think outside the box?

  • IDFA DocLab Brakke Grond

    Open Call for IDFA DocLab Academy 2017 Participants

    We are now open for applications for the IDFA DocLab Academy 2017!

    The DocLab Academy is an international program for new talent in the field of documentary storytelling and interactive media. The five day program is part of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in November.

  • Niccolò Montanari

    Be Aware - A Fashion Film Retrospective

    An article on fashion film project Act! Cut! Play! by Niccolò Montanari

    "Though the definition of fashion film is yet to be agreed on, the overall vision of what is being produced should be aligned from the very beginning. The focus should be on deciding how the different disciplines interact with one another, whether any of them take the lead or are there to support and provide visual impact to the narrative. The aim isn’t to stand out as the main discipline, but rather to determine the correct formula to bring the vision to life."

  • Karen Verschooren curator STUK Leuven

    Interview with Karen Verschooren

    Curator of the exhibition 'On Alchemy and Magic'

    “In an ostensibly rational society in which everything is supposed to be quantifiable and evaluable, there no longer seems to be any room for magic or the magical. However, if you use your eyes you will notice that magic is omnipresent."

  • De Brakke Grond on ARTtube

    It's official: De Brakke Grond and ARTtube have joined forces and are looking forward to a fine cooperation. From now on this is the place to be for all your stay-at-home Flemish arts needs.

  • An ode to la mode... and more

    An interview with the makers of 'Act! Cut! Play!'

    Fashion lives! Not just statically, in photos in magazines, but dynamically on the catwalk – but also, for the past ten years, in moving images. Fashion films are visually surprising, but the story is often thin as a sheer blouse. The Act! Cut! Play! project challenges makers from different disciplines – theatre, film, dance, fashion – to change this.

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