• Bienial literature. (image courtesy of UNTREF Fotografia Argentina)
    Bienial literature. (image courtesy of UNTREF Fotografia Argentina)
  • Kamila Kuc, Reed O'Beirne and Sam Jury preparing to present Disasters of Peace at ENERC, Buenos Aires
    Kamila Kuc, Reed O'Beirne and Sam Jury preparing to present Disasters of Peace at ENERC, Buenos Aires
  • Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and translator Richard Shpuntoff introduce Disasters of Peace
    Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and translator Richard Shpuntoff introduce Disasters of Peace
  • Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and  Richard Shpuntoff during Q and A
(image courtesy of BIM)
    Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and Richard Shpuntoff during Q and A (image courtesy of BIM)
  • From left to right: Andrés Denegri, Reed O'beirne,Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and  Richard Shpuntoff during Q and A. (image courtesy of BIM)
    From left to right: Andrés Denegri, Reed O'beirne,Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc and Richard Shpuntoff during Q and A. (image courtesy of BIM)
  • Audience during a screening at Alliance Francaise (image courtesy of BIM)
    Audience during a screening at Alliance Francaise (image courtesy of BIM)
  • The inauguration of BIM (image courtesy of UNTREF Fotografia Argentina)
    The inauguration of BIM (image courtesy of UNTREF Fotografia Argentina)
  • What to Do? - the theme of the Bienal de la Imagen en Moviemiento (BIM). From left: Sam Jury, Gabriela Golder and Kamila Kuc
    What to Do? - the theme of the Bienal de la Imagen en Moviemiento (BIM). From left: Sam Jury, Gabriela Golder and Kamila Kuc

Bienial de la Imagen en Moviemiento 2018

Volume 5 of the curated programme screened as part of the Bienial de la Imagen en Moviemiento, Buenos Aires on 4 November 2018. With films by Ceceila Condit, Zbigniew Czapla, Sam Jury, Kamila Kuc, Marianna Milhorat & Brian Kirkbride, Reed O’Beirne, Shubhangi Singh

The Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento is a CONTINENTE project produced by the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (National University of Tres de Febrero in English), that takes place every two years in the city of Buenos Aires. A combination of film festival and a contemporary art exhibition, the emphasis of BIM is both classic film-making and experimental video.