There's no time here, not any more. Sound & vision, flickers in the dark. Films for unknown futures.


9th September 2017, The Castle Cinema, Hackney. Presented with Open City Documentary Festival

“As you look at the screen, it is possible to believe you are gazing into eternity. You see the things that were inside you. This is the womb, the original site of the imagination. You do not move your eyes from the screen, you have become invisible.”

A series of recent artists’ moving image works exploring the internet, digital technologies, virtual realities and other forms of networked existence. Together these short films open a window into outer realms of the digital present, ruminate on our connected past, or speculate towards unknown futures.

Still Life (Beta Male) (Jon Rafman | 2013 | Canada | 5’)
Colossal Cave (Graeme Arnfield | 2016 | UK | 11’)
Wherever You Go, There We Are (Jesse McLean | 2017 | USA | 12’) (EP)
All That Is Solid (Louis Henderson | 2014 | France/UK | 16’)
SELACHIMORPHA (Joey Holder | 2017 | UK | 5’)
(∃u) [u ≤ f and u ≤ m] (Isiah Medina | 2014 | Canada | 1’) (UKP)
whoiswatchingiam (Ciaran McWilliams | 2016 | UK | 3’) (UKP)
t a r d i g r a d e (Eduardo Makoszay | 2016 | Mexico | 6’) (UKP)
I (FRAME) (Karissa Hahn & Andrew Kim | 2016 | USA | 11’)
Disobedient Children (Dorine van Meel | 2016 | Netherlands | 17’) (UKP)
20160815 (Tina Frank | 2016 | Austria | 3’) (UKP)


19th June 2018, Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel. Presented with Ben Nicholson

“As a major storm strikes Texas in September 1900,
a new and mysterious televisual device is built and tested…”

A series of 3D films from Toronto based critic, educator and filmmaker Blake Williams that build upon his research into the history of the use of stereoscopic technologies in the avant-garde; satisfying, sensorial experiments that push the possibilities of the image into strange and alluring new directions.

Red Capriccio (Blake Williams | 2014 | 7’) (UKP)
Something Horizontal (Blake Williams | 2015 | 10’) (UKP)
PROTOTYPE (Blake Williams | 2017 | 63’) (UKP)



15th September 2018, the Goethe Institut, South Kensington. Presented with Patrick Holzapfel, Maren Hobein and Goethe Institut, as part of ‘Always Somewhere Else - The Cinema of Angela Schanelec in Dialogue.’

"It’s gonna be you
And me
It’s gonna be everything you’ve ever dreamed
It’s gonna be who
And me
It’s gonna be everything and everything, we’re meant to be"

In Helena Wittman’s DRIFT, two women talk, leisurely and loosely, before one of them sets off for the other side of the planet, slowly but surely stepping off land and into the sea. A distance is drawn, an ocean lies between them. Sensually and synesthetically, a journey is charted, the camera moving with the moods of its characters, sensations plotted with a sensitivity and softness that betrays the stoic structure holding it all together. The Dreamed Path — made a year before by a tutor of Wittman’s, the inimitable Angela Schanelec — shares a similar sense of motion. Sharp and yet also fluid, distant but also designed, these are hypnotic, emotive films that lull with their rigour and rhythm; guided by a intuitive visual logic, a force unto its own. Slipping out to the tranquil terrains of the subconscious and transporting the senses with them, they eventually return, alert and anew, with a sense of serenity, and of the sublime, irrevocably imbued.

The Dreamed Path (Angela Schanelec | 2016 | 86’)
DRIFT (Helena Wittman | 2017 | 97’)