Two films Diana Vidrascu’s What time is made of (2016) and Some of the Sensations (2017) made by Bori Máté and Péter Lichter will be representing the Central and Eastern European region at the 1st edition of Process which is a first experimental film festival in the Baltics dedicated to experimental and analog filmmaking.
Taking place on the 22nd to 25th of March in Riga, Latvia, the festival will provide an intensive four day program consisting of film screenings, talks, discussions, lectures and expanded cinema performances. The festival will have four main programmes: Essay Film, Found Footage, Structural Film, and a program dedicated to experimental Baltic films.
The festival will take place in the Kino Bize movie theatre, with film screenings, lectures and discussions, as well as at Ģertrūdes Street Theatre , Kaņepes Cultural Centre and RIXC gallery where there will be the chance to explore live ‘expanded cinema’ performance programme Process Expanded presented by national and international artists.
The festival is organised by Baltic Analog Lab in collaboration with Kino Bize. Main support comes from the State Culture Capital Foundation.
For detailed programme visit Progress website.