Curtain-raiser to 34th INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL HAMBURG in Harburg upriver port
“The short film is the most open, experimental, fast, bold, abstract, hard, discursive, reactive form of cinematic art. And yet it must be incredibly disciplined. Its art is to focus – perhaps on one single picture, one angle, one journey, one dialogue. It doesn’t have much time. It only has this one chance. It’s forgiven nothing. It’s the medium for artistic self-discovery, for the search for the tentatively absolute form, for impudence, for pushing the boundaries.” So says the website of the Hamburg International Short Film Festival (IKFF). We thought that was fitting and so on 25 May 2018 we joined forces with the IKFF and turned our walls into screens.
As part of our #tutech25 anniversary, the artists’ collective A Wall is a Screen came to Harburg upriver port and turned the walls around the Tutech sites into screens. The thematic focus was on innovation, society, and innovation and knowledge transfer. Here are some impressions: