14 January 2012 Catching is screened as a part of an evening combining films and dance, at Malmitalo, Helsinki. Check the link for more.
As part of “Oberhausen on tour”, try and catch “Catching” 2011 in: Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Austria, Rumania or Switzerland!
Catching got awarded in the “Baltic Herring” short film competition:
“The third prize in the professional category was awarded to Hannaleena Hauru’s film Catching. The jury described the film as interesting and amusing and the main character of the film irresistably charming and witty.”
Catching can be seen in Rauma, Blue Sea Film Festival.
Screening on Friday 20 August @ 20.30, festivaalikeskus, Navetta, Rauma, Finland.
Catching is screened 25th of June 2010 in “Cultures of Economics” at
Radialsystem V, Berlin. Film curator Florian Wüst has gathered a film programme examinining the economic reconstruction of post-war Europe, the industrial automation processes of the 20th century, as a part of the three-part event series by the Federal Cultural Foundation, in cooperation with the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich.
The Birth of the Robot, Len Lye, UK 1935, 7′
Die Natur ist entscheidend, BV-Aral AG, BRD 1954, 2’30”
The World of Buckminster Fuller: Dymaxion House + Dymaxion Car, Robert Snyder, USA 1971, 7’30”
Automania 2000, John Halas & Joy Batchelor, UK 1963, 10′
Catching, Hannaleena Hauru, FI/AR 2009, 12′
Banküberfall, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, D 2001, 1′
Kempinski, Neil Beloufa, FR 2007, 15′
(the director and the actress in Oberhausen Film Festival).
Catching has been selected also to the Blue Sea Film Festival, taking place in Rauma, Finland, 20.-22. August 2010.