Themes: Literature

Wayfaring Stranger

Wayfaring Stranger charts the life of an itinerant character, embodied by seven performers, across seven days, representing seven decades. Running from the city, through post-industrial

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i 2 aye

The prequel-equal-sequel to the award-winnning, highly acclaimed feature filuminium “i eye aye” (UK 2021, 99 minutes) Overcoming LIFE and DEATH, Das Institut für den reinen

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For Eileen

A portrait of American poet Eileen Myles. Outtakes from the filming of I HOPE I’M LOUD WHEN I’M DEAD.

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History of the Present

An experimental feminist opera-film about class and conflict, ‘History of the Present’ has been made collaboratively by Maria Fusco and Margaret Salmon, featuring new compositions

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Resonance

For the video work Resonance, the artist was inspired by the following lines of poetry by T.S. Eliot: We shall not cease from exploring And

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Teleny

‘Teleny’ is a partial adaptation of Teleny, or the Reverse of the Medal, an anonymous pornographic novel published in 1893. Scenes of dialogue between the

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Solitude

“…then on the shore of the wide world I stand alone, and think Till love and fame to nothingness do sink.” 1818 John Keats Readings

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Ijen / London

A short film made in preparation for a longer one called After London, where a young woman goes on a quest to find the mythical

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Aureole

In meteorology, the aureole is an atmospheric, optical phenomenon; the visible inner disc of a corona, produced by the diffraction of light from the sun

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The Hide

The Hide was shot over a three-year period (2019-2022), both in the remote mountainous region crossing Northern Portugal and Spain, and in Brussels. The work

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The Muse

The second part of No End to Enderby, The Muse, in which a young historian journeys to a parallel universe to investigate whether Shakespeare really wrote everything credited

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