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Gleaners 2010 Project Complete

The 2010 Gleaners project and tour has been completed although screenings will continue, including a special screening at the 8th London Short Film Festival on the 13 Jan 2011 at 20:00, in London Bridge (details here). Which includes short films … Continue reading

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MORE REAL THAN THE EVERYDAY WORLD

Working with a selection of amateur fiction footage held by North West Film Archive, MORE REAL THAN THE EVERYDAY WORLD reflects on the possibility of collaborating with the original filmmakers through their films, asking what we can know about them … Continue reading

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Introducing Seaming To.

Seaming has composed, performed, recorded and will perform live much of the music to MORE REAL THAN THE EVERYDAY WORLD. Seaming To is a vocalist, multi-intrumentalist, composer and producer based in London and Manchester. She studied at the Royal College … Continue reading

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Time Back Way Back

I am now into the final furlong of making my film, which has taken its form on the time line. The story itself has crystalized into a tale of people journeying to a promised land and losing themselves and their … Continue reading

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Rock My Religion by Dan Graham on ubu.com

I think you should watch this. Rock My Religion (1982-84) 1982-84, 55:27 min, b&w and color, sound http://www.ubu.com/film/graham_rock.html

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‘Research and Presentation of All That Remains of My Childhood 1944 – 1950′

‘Research and Presentation of All That Remains of My Childhood 1944 – 1950’,  the title of Christian Boltanskis’ artist’s book of 1969. Inside he writes,

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Some questions for an accent coach.

Accent construction: 1. How are accents made,  historically and geographically? 2. How does the body make an accent (the mechanics of the voice I guess)?

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