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advancing artists’ moving image
In a reality TV-esque challenge, Lou attempts to learn all of Kyla’s necessary 24 hour care in one week, exploring disability, interdependence and a growing friendship.
This film combines archive material with digital animation to ponder the current whereabouts of Mai Dian, the charismatic frontman of Wuhan punk group Si Dou Le.
Film and Video Umbrella makes moving-image works by artists. For three decades FVU has led the way in championing new creative talent and promoting innovative ideas. During that time we have commissioned many of the foremost figures in the field, working in close collaboration with a diverse range of venues, nationally and internationally. Browse our project page to find out more and view clips of the works.
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Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
The eleventh edition of Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival presents 171 works of experimental film, artists’ moving image and animation across live screenings and on-demand programmes. All for free.
Online 29 April – 3 May 2021
Babeworld and whinegums, Don't Worry I'm Sick and Poor
Born from the lack of diversity in art education and disappointment in art curriculums, Don’t Worry I’m Sick and Poor is a lecture series created by artists and facilitators Ellie Harman-Taylor (whinegums), Ashleigh Williams and Georgina Tyson (Babeworld) as an essential alternative within art education.
ICA London (Online), 20 April, 7pm
IWOW: I Walk on Water, Khalik Allah
The new diary film from New York-based director and photographer Khalik Allah returns to 125th Street and Lexington Avenue in East Harlem, the same intersection at which Allah has based much of his work in recent years.
In virtual cinemas and on demand from 26 February 2021