Institute of Contemporary Arts

Carolee, Barbara And Guvnor, Dir. Lynne Sachs, US, 8 mins
LSFF’s returning programme of experiments paying their dues at the altar of analogue – from the found footage of David Leister to Mark Jenkin’s primary colour Super 8 as it follows Andrew and Edith Kötting tramping to Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage. Lynne Sachs takes us into the homes of Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer and Gunvor Nelson, while Tash Tung’s 16mm meditates on Mojave indigenous identity through the poetry of Natalie Diaz. 85 minutes.
 
Programme:
 
Rahim Moledina, Obrigado, UK, 1 min
 
David Leister, Starts Wednesday, UK, 2 min
 
Lynne Sachs, Carolee, Barbara & Guvnor, US, 8 min
 
Kai Fiáin, The Brother, UK, 4 min
 
Mark Jenkin, Vertical Shapes in a Horizontal Landscape, UK, 5 min
 
Linda Ward, Mary Sea, UK, 2 min
 
Julian Hand, Erosion – Interchange of State, UK, 5 min
 
Ellen Sampson, Fen Bridges: Forty Foot of Vermuden’s Drain to the Great Ouse, UK, 7 min
 
Tash Tung, Cranes, Mafiosos and a Polaroid Camera, UK, 8 min
 
William Glass, Two Inches Above the Ground, UK, 4 min
 
Sofia Bohdanowicz, Veslemøy’s Song, Canada, 9 min
 
Francisco Borrajo, Beach, Mexico, 13 min
 
Will Nash, Lady, UK, 6 min
 
Sophia Di Martino, The Lost Films of Bloody Nora, UK, 9 min
 
Robby Wartke, Blood Orange, UK, 2 min
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