David Knight - 11th Nov 2008

onedotzero_adventures in motion kicks off a new three-day feast of innovative visual work in short film, music videos, features, live events, installations, Q&As and parties at the BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX cinemas from this Friday, November 14.

Returning to London for its first festival in over two years, onedotzero will premiere their latest themed compilation programmes, including wow + flutter, investigating the cutting edge of graphic storytelling in live action, animation and motion graphics, wavelength 08, showcasing outstanding music videos, j-star 08, presenting inspiring work emanating from Japan, and extended play, an international programme of non-traditional short narratives in film and animation.

citystates and terrain use film to explore ideas about the city, architecture and the environment - and the theme of citystates, and how we live in the modern metropolis, underpins the festival. In one of the show's installation events, visitors to the BFI Southbank will be invited to add their personal visions of the city in collaborative live interactive illustration / art event Doodlearth.

onedotzero also presents two major live audiovisual events at BFI IMAX - the UK' largest screen with unique surround sound system: on Friday, acclaimed musician Nitin Sawhney undertakes an "unplugged collaboration" with renowned stage designer Es Devlin. Then on Saturday there is a triple-bill of AV superstars performing in Audiovisual Departures: The Light Surgeons, D-Fuse and Hexstatic.

There are also installations from Jason Bruges Studio, Troika, and Hexstatic; toy-hacking + DIY electronics with Tinker, This Happened Q&As with UVA, Troika, Markus Kison, rAndom International; screenings of Advanced Beauty, Studio AKA, New British Talent; feature films Año Uña, Choking Man and Tokyo!; and the Hexstatic DVD launch party.

Festival preview: here

Download brochure: here

David Knight - 11th Nov 2008

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