Revolve Bram Loogman and Joaquin Wall 2017 | 60 sec Mobile Spin to the rhythm! This immersive dance experience merges ritualistic traditions with our technology-centered reality. veryveryshort.com/revolve Promo Clip Teaser Team Bram Loogman Director Biography Photo Bram Loogman Bram Loogman is a filmmaker and software developer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Art and Technology from HKU University of the Arts Utrecht and a master’s degree in Film from the Netherlands Film Academy. Bram has more than 10 years of experience working in film, programming, art and design, often combining these disciplines. He has created websites, installations, performances, experimental shorts and feature films. Currently, he is working with Pablo Nuñez in collaboration with EYE Film Museum on a project that explores the potential of early AI technology as an artistic tool for found-footage filmmaking. Photo Joaquin Wall Director Biography Photo Joaquin Wall Joaquin Wall is a media artist and cinematographer. After earning a BA in New Media at the National University of Art (UNA), Buenos Aires, and completing post-secondary education in cinematography at CFP-SICA, he worked on a long list of projects with local and transnational artistic communities. He has participated in film shoots, performances, contemporary dance shows and several solo and group art exhibitions in the Netherlands, Ecuador, Iceland, Switzerland and Argentina. His work revolves around physical experience, digital media, memory, performance, intuition, dance and cinematography, exploring what we share as humans above and beyond culture, language and social constructions. Photo Press Relations Marie-Claude Lamoureux NFB Publicist – Montreal C. : 514-297-7192 firstname.lastname@example.org | @MC_ONF About the NFB The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating groundbreaking interactive documentaries and animation, mobile content, installations and participatory experiences. NFB interactive productions and digital platforms have won over 100 awards, including 21 Webbys. To access this unique content, visit NFB.ca. About ARTE ARTE is a public French-German television network that has supported European culture since the early ’90s. Most of its programming is provided by its French and German partners, including ZDF. About 55% of the programs are documentaries, 25% are feature films and 15% are news-related programs, while 5% feature music and other performing arts. ARTE’s mission is to strengthen understanding and ties amongst people in Europe through culture and inspiring, innovative programs.