The 16mm direct animation film produced by Kayla Parker with students from Sir John Hunt Community Sport College won Young Motion Plymouth 2012. read more...
This Friday and Saturday we’re presenting two days of artists’ moving image in the amazing ICCI 360 degree cinema in Weymouth as part of the Cultural Olympiad.
The ICCI 360 degree video dome is next to the Weymouth Pavilion on the sea front. Find a map here.
The programmes run from 11.00 on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 August 2012 - see details here.
Entry is free to all programmes except the evening slot on Friday.
Friday evening features a premiere of a selection from Kerry Baldry's One Minute artists' film project. This is followed by a performance by internationally acclaimed sonic artist Scanner and the night is rounded off by two hours of 360 degree immersive VJing. All for £8! Tickets available here - search for Scanner on their page.
28/04/12 14:26 Category: publications
The book with our chapter is now available here.
Unknown Woman had a new soundtrack recorded live in January 2012 at a Whirlygig Cinema event.
Unknown Woman was projected from a 16mm print by Suitcase Cinema and re-scored by the Cabinet of Living Cinema.
Lighthouse was Commended in Animated Exeter’s Young Ones competition! Well done to everyone involved in making the film at Sir John Hunt Community College in Plymouth and BA Media Arts with Plymouth University.
The 16mm drawing on film animation (miniature frames and a micro-budget!) was postproduced by Stuart Moore at Sundog Media and the project was led by Kayla Parker.
14/01/12 13:00 Category: screenings
Whirlygig Cinema will present Unknown Woman tonight in a programme of visually stimulating shorts alongside brand new scores performed live by The Cabinet of Living Cinema.
LSFF says ‘In an exclusive partnership with the London Short Film Festival and The Suitcase Cinema, this event will hark back to the glory days of cinema, screening Unknown Woman and other films in their original format with the help of a 16mm projector - a truly visceral experience!’