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Published on Mar 15, 2018
Frames of Representation (FoR) embraces the possibilities offered by the cinema of the real, showcasing films that approach complex material contexts through innovative forms of storytelling. Returning for its third edition, this year's festival explores the multifaceted concept of Landscape, following Working in 2017 and New Periphery in 2016. Calling for a new way of understanding the world and our place in it, Landscape discusses paths to ecologically sustainable and socially equitable communities.
Through a series of screenings and related discussion forums, #FoR18 aims to facilitate conversation around how filmmakers, thinkers and activists are currently addressing the interconnected frames of art, society and the environment. As in past years, the festival engages with the creative tension between fiction and non-fiction, reality and imagination, aiming to create a space where cinema and art become dynamic forces for change.