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Bistoury, INC

Written By ArtBurst Team
December 21, 2016 at 7:13 PM

In 2012, ERE. Bistoury changes its organizational structure and its company name to Bistoury, Inc., which was the result of a process of free evolution into art work that is more deeply committed to the daily reality of human beings. Without abandoning the artistic projects that were in the works, the company created the following: the Department of Author’s Cinema, which is now directed by Venezuelan writer and director Carla Forte; the Department for Artistic Training and Creation “ERE” (Espacio de Revoltillo Escénico, or Space for Scenic Jumble), directed by Cuban choreographer Alexey Taran, and which will be in charge of organizing the First International Festival of Improvisation (for 2013), which will take place at the Miami theater Center (MTC) in Miami Shores; and finally the Literary Department, directed by Venezuelan writer Vicente Forte, which is in charge of publishing and supporting up-and-coming writers of the city of Miami. Such an integration of art forms and disciplines has given way to the multidisciplinary project “Imaginarium Art + Fabrik,” which is currently in development and involves four phases of creation: among them, the first phase is production of the short film “Reset,” which was completed in early 2012, co-produced by Bistoury and Cieneola Films from Venezuela. This short was selected for participation at the “Cannes Court Métrage” (Short Film Corner) of the pretigious Cannes Film Festival in France (2012). It was also presented at the Miami Beach Cinematheque in July of 2012 in Miami. The remaining phases include a physical theater performance, a feature film production, and the publication of a collection of anti-poems, as part of the exploration and research that Bistoury is currently immersed in. Bistoury has received support from different organizations and institutions such as the Cultural Affairs Council of Miami-Dade County, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council of the Arts, the Ford Foundation, Miami Light Project, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, FUNDarte, Miami Beach Cinematheque, Inkub8, Miami Theater Center MTC, Edge Zone Arte Space, the Instituto Sonorense de Cultura in Mexico, and the Ministry of Culture of Venezuela. http://www.bistoury.blogspot.com

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