NOVA the film
An inspiring 75min DIY documentary film on new art and the young artists behind it. Directed by Isaac Niemand, and produced by ROJO in collaboration with Bossanovafilms, it was all filmed on the heat of live action of the first ®Nova Contemporary Culture Festival which happened in July and August 2010, in MIS-Museum of Image and Sound, and SESC Pompeia, in São Paulo, Brazil.
Starring Yoshi Sodeoka, Rebecca Ward, Tofer Chin, KRINK, Base V, Yochai Matos, Max Hattler, Highraff, Lucy McRae, Kit Webster, Jimmy Joe Roche, Flavio Samelo, Felipe Brait & Maira Vaz Valente, Shima, Matt W Moore, Zeitguised, Mulheres Barbadas, Gustavo Gagliardo aka Defi, Filippo Minelli, Quayola, Javier Longobardo, This Time, Renaud Hallée, Mark Jenkins, Ljudbilden & Piloten, Lolo, Sosaku Miyazaki, Anna Taratiel aka Ovni, Robert Seidel, Heiko Tippelt, B.Fleischmann, Koen Delaere, Taras Hrabowsky, Cristopher Cichocki, MOMO, Yusk Imai.
Music by Bradien, Roll The Dice, NOIA, B.Fleischmann, Fase, Ljudbilden & Piloten, Isan, Fuck Buttons.
Curated by David Quiles Guilló. Directed by Isaac Niemand.
DoP, sound & edition Isaac Niemand.
Camera: Canon 550D
Lens: 18-55 IS
Tripod: Made in China
Edition: Final Cut
Video Source: YouTube
Video published: 05/26/2013 08:57:20
NOVA Contemporary Culture Festival
July 2010 to May 2012
A multi-dimensional, contemporary culture festival. Each time NOVA happens, it happens in a different shape and form, but always respecting its three key features: to reveal the work in progress, to generate all work in collaboration between the artists participating and to always make it live.
NOVA started in 2010 in São Paulo. Los Angeles followed with a smaller edition. 2011 was the time for Rio de Janeiro, and again São Paulo for a smaller and more experimental edition. 2012 saw the biggest NOVA to date, which happened in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Barcelona simultaneously. (click on the city names to access the videos)
São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte & Barcelona
MIS, SESC, Casa das Caldeiras, Teatro Café Pequeno, CentoeQuatro and Mitte.
April 3rd to May 31st, 2012
September 24th to October 29th, 2011
Rio de Janeiro
Casa França-Brasil and Parque Lage
March 21st to April 30th, 2011
September 18th to October 9th, 2010
MIS and SESC
July 1st to August 15th, 2010