great site Over the past two years I’ve been doing an MA at the Netherlands Film Academy. It’s been an incredible opportunity to ask questions, experiment and build a body of research.
http://cremornepointmanor.com.au/?pifnuk=Quetiapine-Seroquel&168=26 Our graduation show is taking place at the EYE museum Amsterdam. I’ll be presenting a number of live demonstrations of my Mixed Reality installation (in progress) The Chorus – built in the Microsoft HoloLens.
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We are pleased to announce our final line-up of films selected from the Brighton Screenings Open Call for submissions. An enormous number of films, ranging from feature films and documentaries to short dramas, animations, and experimental films were submitted to the festival. It was the toughest year ever in terms of making the selections but in the end the programme was boiled down to three distinct programmes of shorts, and four features……..
……….Our final short film selection is a programme of experimental film, artists’ cinema, and animation. Titles include browse around this site A Hawaiian Princess by Jane Couldrey, http://civilparties.org/?cat=6 Blonde by June Miles Kingston, http://janstrumillo.pl/?ploskostopiye=opcje-binarne-w-xtb&231=c1 The Great Work by Borbonesa, corsi forex milano A Room With Light by Claire Griffiths, http://ortdestreffens.de/?yabloko=rsi-einstellung-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&0d7=ac Antechamber by Josh Thompson, see here now The Shore by Sophie Dixon, and source Auditorium by Abigail Sidebotham.
My filmed projection ‘Embassy Theatre’ will be showing at the forthcoming http://www.cam-adventures.com/?dawaderen=F%C3%B6r-viagra-25-mg-p%C3%A5-n%C3%A4tet-samr%C3%A5d&f85=9e 51Zero Festival, Kent.
click here for more info The Other Side of Here – Exhibition
Experimental film, video work and installations by artists, students and graduates from Medway, Kent, London and Northern France. A night-time projection by Bertrand Gadenne will be screened on the façade of Pop Creative space between 5.30pm-midnight daily.
Artists UK: Claire Manning, Jamie Jenkinson, TEA (Peter Hatton, Val Murray and Lynn Pilling), Catherine Linton, Ben Hunt, Georgina Wilcox, Daniel Denton, Claire Orme, Karen Crosby, Stephanie Boreham, Debbie Humm, Sharon McElroy, Sophie Dixon, David Houston, Thomas Pilcher and Sally Troughton.
Artists France: Frédéric Leterrier, Gaelle Bouchard and Bertrand Gadenne.
Pop Creative Space and outdoor venues, Chatham, Fri 10th – Sunday 12th October, 10am-5pm daily (see following programme notes for details of outdoor installations).