Father-land featured in Lyon

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Our essay film, Father-land, has been selected for the special Flow34 film programme at the IAMCR conference in Lyon, the annual International Association for Media and Communication Research forum for the global community of media and communication scholars and researchers (9 to 13 July 2023). read more...

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 GdaƄsk, under the auspices of the Andrzej Wajda Film Centre. After the screening, Stuart and Kayla will be discussing the film with the audience.


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.

BAFTSS Conference

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Kayla presented at BAFTSS Annual Conference

High Water


High Water brought artists and researchers from around the world for an online event focussing on our shared connections to the sea and tides.

Kayla presented a compilation of film work based our recent explorations of Plymouth’s estuary The Laira. We showed filming from kayaks and two direct animations made on the shoreline – the one-minute film poem Flow and work in progress of our new film Cadence, a still from which is above. High Water was organised by art.earth, Tidelines UK and Low Carbon Devon.

Discovering Dalmatia VI


DRHA 2017 DataAche conference paper

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