Cadence - exploding in Jersey

a frame of 35mm celluloid showing flower petals

We’re delighted that Cadence has been show by Exploding Cinema at ArtHouse Jersey at Capital House, Jersey in the Channel Islands. There were two nights of underground short films featuring “live music and mind-bending visuals”.

Screendance - Father-land

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Father-land is featured in The International Journal of Screendance, details below:

Publication: ‘Autoethnographic Memory Archive’ [film synopsis, link to film, 4 film stills, film narration extracts, bio] in ‘Choreographing the Archive: Image Gallery’, edited by Marisa Hayes and Luisa Lazzaro, International Journal of Screendance: Interfaces Between Screendance & Archival Film Practices, Vol. 13, Summer 2022, pp. 88-90. Publisher: The Ohio State University Libraries, publication date: 9 Sept 2022

https://screendancejournal.org/issue/view/308

Aquifer - The Other Side of Now

16mm frame showing a lion's head carved in stone

The Florida Review features out film poem The Other Side of Now as part of Aquifer:
https://floridareview.cah.ucf.edu/aquifer/

Flow - Visions in the Nunnery 22

35mm film frame of purple flower petals

Flow has been selected for Visions in the Nunnery 22 in Programme Two led by Webb-Ellis, 11 Nov – 18 Dec, launch evening Thursday 10 Nov, 6-9pm.

Cadence in Norfolk

35mm film frame of purple and pink flower petals

Cadence will screen in Norfolk this summer on the Sculpture Trail at Raveningham.

Father-land – Visible Evidence

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Father-land will be shown on Saturday 13 August in the Screening Programme at Images of History, the 2022 Visible Evidence Conference, which explores the connections between history, archives and documentaries, and is hosted by the University of Gdańsk, under the auspices of the Andrzej Wajda Film Centre. After the screening, Stuart and Kayla will be discussing the film with the audience.

https://2022.visibleevidence.org/about-2/

Kayla will be delivering an academic paper, ‘Father-land: Memories of the Future Past and the Nicosia Buffer Zone’, at the conference earlier that week on 11 August.

Flow in Florida

sow thistle petals on clear 35mm film
35mm frame from Flow, the film poem created with a constellation of common wildflowers, showing in the Undercurrents exhibition at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, Florida, from 20 May to 17 June 🌿 read more...

Nothing More Remains

nothing-more-remains

An efficient day’s 360 editing for esteemed artist and academic Chris Meigh-Andrews, creating this short for his exhibition in Malta.