Kicking off each year in the United States and travelling to over 30 cities, Resfest is a global festival dedicated to profiling digital film, music, art, design and technology.
A feature of the festival "Cinema Electronica" presents a selection of the best contemporary beat-driven music videos.
Twin trends of DIY innovation and handcrafted animation permeate this year's Cinema Electronica program.
The 2005 lineup includes electronic mainstays The Chemical Brothers delivering a high-energy krump session in Galvanize and nightmarish robotic hallucinations in Believe, whilst Basement Jaxx take the Queen out for a debauched night on the town in U Don't Know Me.
Animated styles ranging from felt stop-motion to CGI to Yellow Submarine-inspired psychedelia emerge in videos for Coldcut, Jori Hulkonnen and Quasimoto, whilst clips like Jaron Albertin's 7 Minutes for Circlesquare challenge the viewer to discover the significance of a single shattered moment.
Let your curiosity get the better of you! Check out Cinema Electronica
Fri 18 Nov 2005 8pm or Sat 19 Nov 2005 8.30pm at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image