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PUNTO Y RAYA FESTIVAL 2011
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    PUNTO Y RAYA FESTIVAL   3rd Festival Edition

    Punto y Raya returns to Madrid in its third edition, hosted by the Reina Sofía National Museum from November 3rd through 6th 2011. Through our Call for Entries we received 328 films from 42 countries, and we finally made the big jump to FULL HD resolution. David Daniels and Bärbel Neubauer introduced their retrospectives, and we also featured guest sessions curated by the iotaCenter and l'Alternativa Festival.

    As always, we held PyRformances (live AV sets) to close each day, and educational activities in the Academy Programme, including children workshops exploring the Museum's collection.

    Punto y Raya Festival 2011
    Aktivitäten Programme

    Official Short Film Competition

    Through our third international call for entries we received 368 films from 111 cities (42 countries).
    These are selected 109, to be screened in FullHD and structured into seven 55' reels.

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    GASTPROGRAMM

    David Daniels & Bärbel Neubauer introduce their retrospectives in person. The iotaCenter returns with a new section in 16mm. And our first collaboration with l'Alternativa as Guest Section.

    GAST-PYRFORMANCES

    Alba G. Corral + Escort Service resignify the pictorial work of Catalonian artist Pérez Porro. Hatori Yumi floods the Auditorio 200 with his minimalism. Things Happen take us for a walk through vintage animated pieces, and the Belgian Optical Machines perform their amazing SHIFT for the first time in Spain.

    OFFENE AKADEMIE

    Addressed to general audiences, Sergi Valverde introduces us to the fascinating world of Complex Networks and their representation systems.

    AKADEMIE FüR STUDIERENDE

    We continue forming young animators. Laboratoria carries out some optical experiments with White and Black Lights so that children can "animate" abstract films using their own bodies.

    AKTIONEN

    Award Ceremony and Discussion Pannel with our jurors and artists in the competition.

    Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía



    Ministerio de Educación  iotaCenterRenfeGoethe InstitutEmbajada Reino de los Países BajosIstituto Italiano de Cultura de Madrid

    L'Alternativa
    LaboratoriaVíctor OlivaMicrofusaProjection Design

    Wir bedanken uns herzlich bei

    Jaume Bosch | Mario Carbajo | Alba G.Corral | Larry Cuba | Anita García | María Hermida | Palmira Morán | Bärbel Neubauer | Beatriz Palomo | Rekord your Fucking Name | Javier Romañach | Óscar Testón | David Torrents | Anabel Verdín

    Unserer Deluxe-Jury und allen Freiwilligen für ihre engagierte Arbeit.
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    Ana Santos
    Ana Santos
    Direction, Production & Communication

    BA in Graphic Design and Photography. She manages  web content & design, and curates animation-themed showcases for various Spanish institutions.

    Founder member of MAD, for over 15 years she's been developing projects related to Arts, Science and Technology.

    Nöel Palazzo
    Nöel Palazzo
    Direction, Production & Communication

    Screenwriter and researcher. She occasionally delves into making experimental videos and animations, and lectures and writes essays as a film critic. A couple of her short films have been awarded internationally.

    Since 2008 she's been a member of the iotaCenter's Advisory Council (Los Angeles, CA) and coordinator of the Spanish speaking community at the Visual Music Village.

    She acts as a juror for various international film & animation festivals, and curates special programmes of avantgarde animation.

    Veranstaltungsort
    MNCARS
    MNCARS  Reina Sofia National Museum
     Calle Santa Isabel, 52
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    Founded in 1992 and located where the old General Hospital of Madrid used to stand, the building was later developed by the Italian architect Francesco Sabatini.

    The highlights of the Museum's permanent collection include Spanish artists from the twentieth century, specially Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dal? and Joan Mir?. Other major collections compile international Surrealist, Cubist and Expressionist artworks.

    Sabatini Auditorium
    Sabatini Auditorium

    This assembly hall located in the Sabatini Building is the perfect example of harmonious co-existence between historical spaces and new uses, in that the building's original structure provides an incomparable setting for a modern, fully-equipped hall.

    Auditorium 200
    Auditorium 200

    With 200 seats and fitted with the most advanced audiovisual equipment, in this hall in the Nouvel building we hosted the Official Competition screenings, the award ceremony and the PyRformances.


    Organisiert von

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    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    In Zusammenarbeit mit

    Ministerio de Educación  iotaCenterRenfeGoethe InstitutEmbajada Reino de los Países BajosIstituto Italiano de Cultura de Madrid

    L'Alternativa
    LaboratoriaVíctor OlivaMicrofusaProjection Design

    Wir bedanken uns herzlich bei

    Jaume Bosch | Mario Carbajo | Alba G.Corral | Larry Cuba | Anita García | María Hermida | Palmira Morán | Bärbel Neubauer | Beatriz Palomo | Rekord your Fucking Name | Javier Romañach | Óscar Testón | David Torrents | Anabel Verdín

    Unserer Deluxe-Jury und allen Freiwilligen für ihre engagierte Arbeit.