The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and KDHX Media Arts recently challenged contemporary filmmakers with the Kemper Braque Film Challenge.
The three-day event, which took place February 15-18, was presented in conjunction with the exhibition Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945. Working individually or in teams, participants created short works (under seven minutes) incorporating Cubist elements, practices, or principles.
The winning films—along with the two commissioned films, Still Life by Hannah Radcliffe and The Space Between Things by Cody Stokes—will be screened at the Tivoli Theatre as part of the Museum's France at War Film Series March 19-21.
In addition, all competition entries will be screened April 12 in WUSTL's Steinberg Hall Auditorium, as part of the Museum's Friday Nights @ the Kemper series.
Friday, April 12, 2013
6 p.m Live music by Scarlet Tanager
7 p.m. Gallery talk by John Klein, associate professor, Department of Art History & Archaeology, on Face and Figure in European Art, 1928–1945
8 p.m. Film screenings of entries in the Kemper Braque Film Challenge, presented by KDHX, Steinberg Auditorium
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