Themes: Politics and protest

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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The Illinois Parables

An experimental documentary comprised of regional vignettes about faith, force, technology and exodus. Eleven parables relay histories of settlement, removal, technological breakthrough, violence, messianism and

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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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Golden Jubilee

What is liberation when so much has already been taken? Who has come for more? “Golden Jubilee”, the third film in a series of works

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At Home But Not at Home

In 1961, 14 years after India gained independence from Britain, the Indian Armed Forces defeated the last remaining Portuguese colonizers in the newly formed state

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And still, it remains

‘And still, it remains’ tells the story of Mertoutek, a village nestled in the Hoggar Mountains of Algeria’s Southern Sahara and home to the Escamaran

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1977

Grunwick’s strike action, Dollis Hill, London 1977. The Battle of Lewisham: Anti-National Front demonstration, New Cross, London 13th August 1977. Music: Horizontal Hold by This

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Double Exposure

Double Exposure re-stages photographs of Pucill and her once partner, filmmaker Sandra Lahire that were made collaboratively shortly before Lahire’s death from anorexia in 2001.

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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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Sounds from Beneath

Sounds from Beneath began with the artist Mikhail Karikis inviting a coal miners’ choir to recall and sing the sounds they used to hear when they worked

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Immaterial Terrain

Immaterial Terrain is a film made by Emily Richardson along a seven-mile stretch of the Suffolk coast between Sizewell nuclear power station and the mythic

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Disquiet

“Lis Rhodes’ latest essay film Disquiet, made against the backdrop of the pandemic, continues her ongoing project of documenting and drawing attention to the progressive

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