Films

  • 200

    Vincent Collins 4 mins (US, 1975)

    This trippy tribute to the USA's 200th birthday
  • 21ST CENTURY NUNS

    Tom Stephan 10 mins (UK, 1994)

    Documentary about the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an order of gay, male nuns, whose goal is to "expiate all stigmatic guilt and promulgate universal joy..." and whose work covers areas including protests and demonstrations, safer sex education and providing ritual to the gay population.
  • 21ST CENTURY NUNS

    Tom Stephan 10 mins (UK, 1994)

    Documenting the splendour of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence: gay, male nuns ‘dedicated to the expiation of all stigmatic guilt, and the promulgation of universal joy’.
  • A PILOT FOR A SHOW ABOUT NOWHERE

    Martine Syms 25 mins (US, 2015)

    A two-channel video that examines the politics of television viewership, incorporating footage from a number of sources to create a plurivocal narrative.
  • A PROTEST, A CELEBRATION, A MIXED MESSAGE

    Rhea Storr 12 mins (UK, 2018)

    Celebration is protest at Leeds West Indian Carnival. A look at forms of authority, asking who is really performing. Following Mama Dread’s, a troupe whose carnival theme is Caribbean immigration to the UK, we are asked to consider the visibility of black bodies, particularly in rural spaces.
  • A SONIC PULSE

    Dorothy Allen-Pickard / Antoine Marinot 7 mins (UK, 2019)

    Music shouldn't be defined by hearing people, it's about feeling vibrations and frequencies.
  • AAMOUROCEAN - I FIND LOVE

    Caroline Poggi / Jonathan Vinel 6 mins (FR, 2017)

  • AFRIQUE SUR SEINE

    Jacques Mélo Kane / Mamadou Sarr / Paulin Soumanou Vieyra 22 mins (FR, 1957)

    The first film of “African cinema”, Africa on the Seine, immerses us in the lives young Africans living in Parisian exile in the 1950s
  • AFTER SCHOOL KNIFE FIGHT

    Caroline Poggi / Jonathan Vinel 21 mins (FR, 2017)

    Laëtitia, Roca, Nico and Naël are in a band. As per usual, they meet late afternoon before rehearsal in a vacant lot. The group will soon no longer exist; they will be forced to disband because Laetitia is moving away to study. This is the story of four young adults who do not want to say good-bye.
  • AFTER TWO HOURS, TEN MINUTES HAD PASSED

    Steffen Goldkamp 20 mins (DE, 2019)

    Time as punishment - of juvenile inmates and bodies that become heavy in prescribed spaces.
  • AGAINST ALL ODDS

    Femi Oyeniran / Nicky 'Slimting' Walker 23 mins (UK, 2019)

    A young MC has dreams of making it as a star within the grime scene in its early years. This ambition doesn’t sit comfortably with attaining his university degree.
  • AN EMO NOSE

    Wong Ping 4 mins (HK, 2015)

    I have lost my interest in any kind of social activities after my nose leave me. Am I enjoying loneliness as I thought, or the ugliness of the people around me makes me feel being alone is actually not bad at all?
  • AN ENTIRELY SINCERE, COMPREHENSIVE AND ESSENTIAL STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO CREATING A FILM: THE BLACK LONDON EDITION

    Cecile Emeke 4 mins (UK, 2018)

    An entirely sincere, comprehensive and essential step by step guide to creating a film: the black london edition, presented by Geraldine Thomas.
  • APOCALYPSE 1

    Wong Ping 1 mins (HK, 2014)

  • APOCALYPSE 2

    Wong Ping 1 mins (HK, 2014)

  • APOCRYPHA

    Tamu Nkiwane 6 mins (UK, 2019)

    A Sangoma discusses spirituality in a barbershop in Walthamstow.
  • ARE YOU POPULAR?

    Coronet Instructional Films 11 mins (US, 1947)

    A scream and a sobering document of postwar conformity, featuring examples of "good" and "bad" girls, proper and improper dating etiquette, courtesy to parents, and an analysis of what makes some people popular and others not.
  • AS BOYS GROW

    Ted Peshak 17 mins (US, 1957)

    Sex education film aimed at teenage boys, with the coach as authority figure and teacher.
  • BACK TO REALITY

    Eden Mitsenmacher 1 mins (, 2016)

    The artist is recorded singing the 90’s hit “Back To Life” of Soul II Soul as it is rhythmed by smartphone notifications, over a dreamy artificial animated image of a storm cloud.
  • BACKWOODS

    Ryan Mackfall 15 mins (UK, 2018)

    1907, Massachusetts. A scholar drifts from his path and finds himself in a house he assumed to be deserted - apart from a beguiling book containing dark secrets that exerts a powerful hold over those who come into contact with it.
  • BAMBOE

    Flo Van Deuren 20 mins (BE, 2019)

    Bamboo plants only bloom once, but if one does, so do all of the plants nearby. The same thing happens to a bunch of thirteen year old girls who are spending their summer days on an abandoned piece of land, overgrown by bamboo. When a mysterious man arrives on the girls property, they let go of their carefree summer one by one.
  • BATH

    Penelope Spheeris 6 mins (US, 1968)

    Made in an environment and at a time when frequent and gratuitous images of nude women permeated the work of her male counterparts, director Penelope Spheeris produced this intimate and sensual observation of a woman bathing; how does voyeurism change when we know the voyeur is actually a voyeuse?
  • BATHROOM TROLL

    Aaron Immediato 15 mins (, 2018)

    When a clique of mean girls bully Cassie for not “looking like a girl” in the school bathroom, they awaken a dangerous rage deep within her in a creative response to controversial "bathroom bill" legislation.
  • BE STILL MY BEATING HEART

    Ruth Paxton 25 mins (UK, 2019)

    Two adult sisters, Diana and Sarah, exist dysfunctionally, each limited by illness - one physically and the other psychologically. Be Still My Beating Heart is a nightmarish, contemporary vision capturing one woman’s experience of anxiety.
  • BEAUTIES WITHOUT A CAUSE

    David Weissmann 7 mins (US, 1986)

    "Four queens go on the rampage for a night of crime, fast cars, slapstick and sticking it to the man. With the Four Beauties: Tommy Pace, Teena Rosen, Theresa McGinley, and Lulu"
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