Wednesday 10th June 2015, 7pm | PeckhamPlex, 95a Rye Lane, SE15 4ST


Flat Time House will be screening 'The Remembered Film' (2013) in the final part of The Best Scene is Off-Screen, a programme of films curated by John Bloomfield, at PeckhamPlex on Wednesday 10th June.


Drawing on a wide range of moving image work, the programme ends by considering the home as the final, and most private, site for a potential theatre of the everyday. Responding to research conducted for The Movie Movie Show (The Pneuwritten) by John Latham and by the Eventstructure Research Group led by Jeff Shaw, the four-month programme looks at the potential for a theatre of the everyday in four spaces: the cinema, the street, the square and the home.


In each space, as audience, pedestrians and public are re-cast as performers and engage consciously or unconsciously with their new role, theatre is further mediated or reproduced by cinema. This programme asks how the moving image can work formally to capture, distort or take us beyond a theatre of the everyday.


Paul Bartel, 'The Secret Cinema' (1968) / Lucy Clout, 'An Intimate, Detached Property' (2012) / Erica Scourti, 'Life in Ad Words' (2012–2013) / Alice Theobald, 'I’ll Finally Lose the Plot…' (2014) / Vicki Thornton, 'The Remembered Film' (2013)

The Best Scene is Off-Screen: Scene Four


Saturday 20th - Sunday 21st June 2015


Curated by Jim Hobbs. Click on flyer to left for more information and full list of artists.


PV: Friday 19th, 7pm - late


Bohemia Club, Upper South Road, Bohemia, St Leonards-on-Sea TN38 0JY


Bohemia Club: Inaugural Exhibition


Friday 17th July 2015, 7pm


Analogue Recurring is an experimental screening event, which illuminates the mechanical processes and materiality inherent in analogue film. Embracing a DIY ethos the event is a platform to discuss and enjoy contemporary celluloid film in the digital age. A field continuously redefining itself as durational and durable.


Filmmakers and artists : Louis Benassi, Richard Bevan, Karel Doing, Antoine Ledroit, Christine Lucy Latimer, David Leister, Michael Lyons, Nicky Hamlyn, Lucy Harris, Laura Hindmarsh, Bea Haut, Sophie Michael, Aurélie Percevault, Greg Pope, Christopher Steel, Patrick Tarrant and Vicki Thornton.


Lo & Behold, 2b Swanfield Street, London E2

Produced by Bea Haut | Technically Upholstered by David Leister | Special Thanks to Lucy Harris

Analogue Recurring


Tuesday 12th October 2015, 2-6pm


(N)OSTALGIA (currently in early development) is selected as one of ten artists' film projects in early development that will be presented at the BFI Experimenta Production Pitch at the 2015 59th London Film Festival. Participating projects will pitch their project in front of a small invited audience and get feedback from a expert panel. The Experimenta Pitch is hosted by Jacobine van der Vloed and Tobias Pausinger of Art:Film and presented in association with LUX. The Experimenta Pitch is supported by Arts Council England with public funding through Grants for Arts.


Participating Artists: Sebastian Buerkner; Lucy Clout; Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen; Anne-Marie Copestake; Roz Mortimer; Lucy Parker; Miranda Pennell and John Smith; Rachel Reupke; Alia Sayed; Vicki Thornton


Experimenta Pitch Jury: Maggie Ellis, Film London; Anna Mandlik, Arts Council England; Edward Fletcher, Soda Pictures; Madeleine Molyneaux, Independent Producer; Marietta von Hausswolff von Baumgarten, Independent Script Advisor.

BFI Experimenta Production Pitch at 59th London Film Festival

14th-22nd November 2015


The Remembered Film (2013) was awarded third prize at the Celeste Prize for Video and Animation on Saturday 14th November 2015 at ex-Bazzi, Milan.


Jurors: jurors Koyo Kouoh, Jörg Bader, Eva Barois De Caevel, Lucrezia Cippitelli, Miguel Lopez, Nicola Müllerschön, Aida Muluneh, Tobias Ostrander, Rasha Salti, Gloria Sensi, Gaia Tedone and David Teh.


The exhibition and awards ceremony took place at ex-Bazzi, Milan, 14-22 November 2015.

Awarded Celeste Prize for Video and Animation 2015, 7th edition

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Saturday 14 November 2015, 3pm


The Centre and the Circumference (2011) will be screening at Societe Jersiaise as part of a programme of films curated by Tom Pope. The screening is part of  Jersey Arts Trust's Skipton Art Series, Jersey Projection Gallery 2015.


Artists include Peter Ainsworth, Jenny Ekholm, Kevin Gaffney, Silas Money, Tom Pope, Ben Thompson and Vicki Thornton.


Saturday 14 November, 3pm

Societe Jersiaise 7 Pier Road, St Helier, Jersey


Shifters, Jersey Projection Gallery at La Société Jersiaise, Jersey


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