Friday, 14 October 2016



GO EUN IM (SOUTH KOREA)   Episode 4- because the outside world has changed...  8:20 mins

‘Because the outside world has changed…’ is a project that tests and tastes the solidarity between a variety of old and new technologies influencing our ways of relating with the world’. The film observes and documents the significance of the architectural, technological and institutional transitions surrounding the former 'Filmmuseum' in Amsterdam. In the course of four episodes, our considerations and shared materials were developed, each time being updated, retold and re-edited in trans-medial and dialogic way.


DUNCAN POULTON (UK)   Tunnel   2:40 mins

Tunnel is a video composed from found footage gathered from all over the internet. The work is an attempt to reorganise elements of visual data, visualising the process of journeying across the internet using footage gathered through that very process.



Having suffered horrific facial injuries, losing his lower jaw, Alphonse's quality of life was improved by the construction of a silver prosthetic jaw painted in flesh tones and adorned with whiskers. In this exploration of identity, disfigurement and reconstruction, Alphonse exists outside of any specific time or place - trapped in eternal convalescence, soothed by the dreams of his Battlefield Muse.

Inspired by the story of Alphonse Luis, a French gunner at the Siege of Antwerp (1832)


Thelma comes from the series The Realm of Forgotten Existence that portrays elderly people who live in a rural area on the Scottish – English border, Berwick-upon-Tweed.
While the images in the film reveal a landscape that often seems unchanged, the narrative reveals fragments of forgotten stories and traditions, skills and working lives no longer of value in today’s society.


WILLIAM RANDALL (USA)   Methane Ghosts   9.20 mins

This experimental documentary for the Anthropocene digs through the layers of an anonymous urban landfill. Drawing on both sensory ethnography and the landscape film, it finds jets of flame in a bucolic natural scene. Its penultimate images of mechanical labour dissolve in an ecological fever dream, with evidence of the human hand in both the constructed ground and the ambivalent future.


JO PEEL (UK)   Things Change   3:06 mins

Things Change is an optimistic look at the idea of human impermanence. The buildings and debris created by the human exploitation of our natural environment decay and give way to the force of nature once again.

A 3 week painting condensed into a 3 minute animation. This is a short story told on a big wall at Village Underground in Shoreditch, London


JAYNE WILSON (UK)   All That Mighty Heart    9:50 mins

The imagined Central Office for Clocktime Expansion invite you to consider mechanical engineering as an antidote to a fast moving life where time is a commodity.


SCOTT WILLIS (UK)   Tapes from The Revolutionary 15:40 mins

Scott Willis discovers Andy, a self-proclaimed communist revolutionary that documents his life on a Hi-8 camcorder. Aiming to understand the purpose behind the tapes Willis picks up his camera, however Andy has his own agenda for the project. Tapes from The Revolutionary is a humorous unconventional documentary that turns the lens on itself and examines the filmmaking process.


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