This year's screen program is bought to you from New Farm's historic Village Twin cinemas. Thanks to Dare Power for his generous support of Brisbane's independent screen culture
This year SOOB screen presents the last
chance for a nostalgic trip through the
Village Twin before its transformation into
a new venue for art, alternate and historical
cinema in 2005. Not just a screening
venue, the Village Twin foyer will have a
constant stream of music, installation and
performance. Come have a beer with your
popcorn, get politicised, eroticised and
whimsical on our psychedelic carpet.
Our first Saturday is dedicated to debating the future of intellectual and creative copyright. Copyright/Copywrong includes a panel discussion followed by three. We also take hostage of Big Brother stars, dirty insiders and intellectuals to ﬁnd out if Reality TV can save the world in POP!
Goes Politics. On Wednesday the Village Twin becomes the Side Show Valley complete with peep show booths, nude lifevideoing and tongue painting, followed by a ﬁlm marathon dedicated to the subversive,
offensive, disturbing and arousing.
We discuss and exhibit contemporary
political documentary in its many forms,
including recent international mainstream
releases, spontaneous local interventions,
national anti-Howard collectives,
and the Brisbane premiere of the Labrats’
debut feature, Too Deadly. The program
also presents hands-on workshops with
Brisbane’s best across the spectrum of
screen art, including cinematography, design, editing and vj-ing. We close with a bang in the form of the much anticipated launch of Kill Your Television: The TV Series.
Screen thanks Dare Power for his support and use of the Village Twin.
Any questions? Contact us at SOOB HQ.
2004 SOOB Screen :: Quick Guide
All screenings and screen panels will be at the Village Twin Cinemas, 701 Brunswick St, New Farm, unless otherwise noted.
|Bill-Bored||Fri 3rd Dec, 8pm - late, in conjunction with Ann's Street Party|
|Pop! Goes Politics||Sat 4th Dec, 1pm - 3pm|
|Copyright/Copywrong||Sat 4th Dec, 3pm - 5pm|
|I Feel Violated||Sat 4th Dec, 6pm - 7pm|
|F-F-F-FANTASTIC||Sat 4th Dec, 7.30pm-8pm|
|It's not copywrong, it's just wrong||Sat 4th Dec, 8.30-9.30pm|
|Open Digital Screens||Sun 5th Dec, 2pm– 5pm, Visible Ink Building, 139 Constance St, Fortitude Valley|
|Picture This||Sun 5th Dec, 2pm-5pm|
|Art and Activism in Indonesia and East Timor||Sun 5th Dec, 3pm-5pm|
|Not Just Eye-Candy||Sun 5th Dec, 5.30pm-7.30pm|
|Too Deadly||Sun 5th Dec, 8pm-10.30pm|
|Scene Stealer||Tues 7th Dec, 4pm - 6pm|
|Oceania Indymedia Newsreel||Tues 7th Dec, 5.30-6.30pm|
|Undergrowth #4 premiere||Tues 7th Dec, 7pm - 9pm|
|Vague Blur||Wed 8th Dec, 4pm - 5pm|
|Surplus||Wed 8th Dec, 5pm - 6pm|
|Side-Show Valley||Wed 8th Dec 8pm - 10pm|
|Non-Stop Erotica||Wed 8th Dec, 10pm - late|
|It all happened the night before the shoot||Thurs 9th Dec, 9.30am - 6.30pm|
|Secondary Expanded Cinema||Thurs 9th Dec, 10am - 6pm|
|The Contemporary Documentary||Thurs 9th Dec, 7pm - 9pm|
|Collectivity||Fri 10th Dec, 12pm - 5.30pm|
|Pixel-Pushing||Fri 10th Dec, 2pm - 6pm|
|The Ultimate Interactive Film Club||Fri 10th Dec, 6.30pm - 9.30pm|
|Window to another world||Sat 11th Dec, 4pm - 6pm|
|Hardly Normal-a-go-go||Sat 11th Dec, 4pm - 7pm, SOOB Performance Space, 21 McLachlan St Fortitude Valley|
|Reelife||Sat 11th Dec, 7pm - 9pm|
|Homebrew||Sun 12th Dec, 1pm - 3pm|
|It's the end of the world as we know it ...||Sun 12th Dec, 3.30pm - 6.30pm|
|KILL YOUR TELEVISION: Official TV series premiere||Sun 12th Dec, 7pm - 10pm|