Edd Carr reflects on his process of animating images printed on soil.
Georgie Brinkman reflects on human/non-human collaboration through the making of her recent video installation.
Sapphire Goss explores the filmmaking potentials of stereoscopy, from early cinema and photography to the digital age.
An online exhibition of artist’s films featuring works by Peter Treherne, Daniel & Clara, Amy Cutler, Katie McFadden, Edwin Rostron, Susu Laroche, Toby Tatum, and Scott Barley
Daniel & Clara on the creative process, detours, landscape films and the impact of place on their work.
Scott Barley shares his nocturnal reflections on landscapes and filmmaking.
Peter Treherne’s account of shooting his film ‘Atmospheric Pressure’ on a Sussex farm.
Seán Vicary reflects upon memory and landscape in the making of his film ‘Chain Home West’.
Al Brydon introduces his short landscape film ‘Pantha Puncha’, and tells the tale of a late night encounter with a shadowy creature.
Autojektor retraces the steps of making her Super 8 film ‘Basilisk’ in the Black Forest.
Chris Lynn on the contemplation of landscape in his work.
Amy Cutler reflects upon the making of her film ‘All Her Beautiful Green Remains in Tears’ and untangles the complex ideologies within nature documentary.
Karel Doing explores approaches to filmmaking and the non-human in the age of ecocide.
Katie Grace McFadden on landscape and alienation in the digital age.
Joe Banks excavates the layers of ideas and associations buried within his video installation ‘Ammonite’.
Yvonne Salmon and James Riley gather research and reflections on their expanded cinema project ‘Headlands’.
Toby Tatum dives deep into the subterranean landscapes of the mind.
Featuring films by Larry Gottheim, John Carpenter, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Tacita Dean, Marguerite Duras, Ben Rivers and Daniel & Clara.
Nikola Gocić reviews Sleep Has Her House, 2017, directed by Scott Barley