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:

The Other Side of Now in York

16mm film still of sunlight through a buttercup plant.

The Other Side of Now will be screened in the University of York’s Carbon-Borders-Voices which launches 24 Jan 22.

Purling screening at ICONA

16mm direct animation frame, blue

Delighted that our 16mm film Purling will screen at ICONA in December.

The Other Side of Now

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We’ve finished our film poem The Other Side of Now – more info soon.

Reach in Bohemia

16mm film frame

ANIFILM 2021 Planet A, a special programme focusing on environment and nature.




New Year, new film - direct animation 16mm.

Visions in the Nunnery


Visions in the Nunnery 2020 Programme 3 curated by Benedict Drew @bowarts is back on now lockdown2 is over - open from 15 December 2020 to 17 January 2021 #VisionsInTheNunnery Stuart's #16mm film Zinn is screening.

Light Field 2020

film still - golden rippled water

Lovely review by Michael Fox on KQED:
“One waxes rhapsodically about the unique and ephemeral qualities of celluloid at the risk of sounding like a Luddite, a Flintstone or an academic. Either you get the gritty, grainy realness of film or you don’t—until, that is, you see that British filmmaker Stuart Moore’s exquisite shots of undulating riverbeds in Zinn have a texture and depth that transcends simply capturing a moment. It’s the difference between, say, an etching and a snapshot.”

Zinn competition


Stuart’s film Zinn is in competition in Brazil


Screening Friday 22nd at 20.30 & Thursday 28 at 19.30

Art Weekender 2019

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Sodium Drift, 2019, 16mm

Measure in Bristol


Measure was screened at the Cube Microplex in Bristol today in BEEF’s Go, Go, Go! Programme 3 The Crafty Animator curated by Vicky Smith. read more...

Unknown Woman screens at Flatpack festival


Kayla Parker’s film Unknown Woman screens at Flatpack festival 2019 in its Invisible Women programme.

100ft of Deep Time at University of Plymouth


Zinn was screened as part of 100ft of Deep Time for Arts Research introduced by artist and cultural producer, Dr Joanna Mayes. Stuart Moore was joined by fellow commissioned artists, Karen Abadie, Rachael Allain who shared their approach to the theme and discussed moving image as practice research; University of Plymouth (12 December 2018)
Other screenings include: 100ft of Deep Time,
Meteor film pod installation, Cornwall Film Festival, Falmouth Moor (10 November 2018)
Plymouth Art Weekender Scott Building, Plymouth (video installation, 28 to 30 September 2018)

LUX Cornwall screening

Porthmeor Studios

Reach screened in The Animated Ground Meets the Film Strip selected by Vicky Smith on Wednesday 23 March, 7:00pm in Studio 5, Porthmeor Studios, St Ives as part of the LUX Cornwall residency. read more...

Reach screens at Tricky Women, Wien


Reach screens at Tricky Women Festival in Vienna today and on Sunday, opening the Worlds In Between programme.