CAROLEE, BARBARA & GUVNOR, Dir. Lynne Sachs
New Shorts

EXPERIMENTS: Celluloid Traces

15:00 Sun 13 Jan 2019

ICA

LSFF’s returning programme of experiments paying their dues at the altar of analogue - from the found footage of David Leister to Mark Jenkin’s primary colour Super 8 as it follows Andrew and Edith Kötting tramping to Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage. Lynne Sachs takes us into the homes of Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer and Gunvor Nelson, whilst Tash Tung’s 16mm meditates on Mojave indigenous identity through the poetry of Natalie Diaz. 85’

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The Mall, St James's
SW1Y 5AH
  • OBRIGADO

    Rahim Moledina 1 mins (UK, 2018)

    A short and sweet lover letter to cinema.
  • STARTS WEDNESDAY

    David Leister 2 mins (UK, 2018)

    Starts Wednesday steals from a selection of forgotten 35mm cinema 'snipes' that offer days of the week for a film that never arrives.
  • CAROLEE, BARBARA & GUNVOR

    Lynne Sachs 8 mins (US, 2018)

    From 2015 to 2017, Lynne Sachs visited with Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer and Gunvor Nelson, three multi-faceted artists who have embraced the moving image throughout their lives.
  • THE BROTHER

    Kai Fiáin 4 mins (UK, 2018)

    The morning after the night before, Frances finds herself a little bit more involved in a situation than she would want to be
  • VERTICAL SHAPES IN A HORIZONTAL LANDSCAPE

    Mark Jenkin 5 mins (UK, 2018)

    A pilgrimage from Andrew Kötting to Derek Jarman along the south coast of England through a haze of post election hope and despair.
  • MARY SEA

    Linda Ward 2 mins (UK, 2017)

    Mary Sea explores an aesthetic of colour, time and sound by shooting with super8 film and digital technology and with still and moving image.
  • EROSION - INTERCHANGE OF STATE

    Julian Hand 5 mins (UK, 2018)

    A record of the physical traces of erosion upon the coastline using the photographic nature of cine film.
  • FEN BRIDGES: FORTY FOOT OF VERMUDEN'S DRAIN TO THE GREAT OUSE

    Ellen Sampson 7 mins (UK, 2018)

    A response to the environment of the Fens, exploring an artificial landscape that exists only because of human intervention.
  • CRANES, MAFIOSOS AND A POLAROID CAMERA

    Tash Tung 8 mins (UK, 2018)

    A paranoid late night phone call sparks a Native American woman's meditation on nature, identity and death, in the calm expanse of a crane sanctuary.
  • TWO INCHES ABOVE THE GROUND

    William Glass 4 mins (UK, 2018)

    Two friends talk about watches whilst it rains outside before hey venture out to a place where UFOs and trailing lights have been spotted in the night sky.
  • VESLEMØY'S SONG

    Sofia Bohdanowicz 9 mins (Canada, 2018)

    A young woman named Audrey Benac who delves into the archives of the New York Public Library in search of a rare recording produced in 1909 titled Veslemøy's Song.
  • BEACH

    Francisco Borrajo 13 mins (Mexico, 2018)

    A synthesis of stock conversations and film on super 8mm and super 35mm from a young couple’s 3 year relationship.
  • LADY

    Will Nash 6 mins (UK, 2018)

    Lady lives in South East London and isn't afraid to do her own thing.
  • THE LOST FILMS OF BLOODY NORA

    Sophia Di Martino 9 mins (UK, 2018)

    A macabre fairytale with no dialogue about a young woman who lives in a chip shop with her controlling father and his fancy girlfriend.
  • BLOOD ORANGE

    Robby Wartke 2 mins (UK, 2018)

    An experimental horror about witchcraft and the occult in terms of filmmaking processes, made from salvaged and destroyed Super 8 footage with audio by Iowan grindcore outfit Closet Witch.

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