WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL – ALTERNATIVE PROJECTIONS #9: A CLOCKWORK BETA (Premiere)

Stuck indoors? The Woodstock Film Festival is sharing short and full-length films curated by our alum filmmakers, programmers, industry friends, and staff for you to stream from the comfort of your home. With so many festivals and movie theaters shuttering across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting independent filmmakers is more important than ever. So sit back, cozy up, and enjoy a cinematic escape from quarantines and hand sanitizer shortages!

A CLOCKWORK BETA
PREMIERE
ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

Now a resident of Upstate New York, Constant van Hoeven was born in the Netherlands and holds a degree in film from the prestigious film school, The Netherlands Film and Television Academy. He has written and directed over a dozen shorts and feature film screenplays. Constant’s short films have been shown and won awards at prestigious film festivals around the world, including Hollywood Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival and Pusan International Film Festival in Korea.

Constant is currently in post production of a feature documentary about ‘the Godfather’ of street art Ron English. For more information visit: www.mrkaleidoscope.com 

INTRODUCTION FROM THE FILMMAKER:

ABOUT THE FILM:

In his tiny workshop and showroom, Kingston-based artist Matthew Pleva creates illustrated narratives comprised of thousands of crosshatched marks. He then painstakingly cuts out the drawings and mounts them on brass armatures, so that the drawn narrative becomes dimensional dioramas. In this short documentary Matthew creates a Clockwork Orange Betamax Tape. 

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