Yvonne Rainer at Tramway

29.09.10
Kristina Talking Pictures, Yvonne Rainer Dates: 5-10 October | Location: Tramway, Glasgow Tramway presents a unique career survey of American icon of the avant-garde, Yvonne Rainer – originator of post-modern dance & leader of independent feature film. Tramway presents the first major European career survey of the work of Yvonne Rainer across the two mediums with which she has been internationally influential: dance and film. With 22 works, ...
FilmCamp 10

31.08.10
Date: Tuesday 28 September 2pm– 6pm | Location: Glasgow Film Theatre With a line-up of leading speakers and presentations from programme and filmmakers, game developers and web designers and people behind emerging creative digital media technologies, FilmCamp 10 explores the future of moving image, multi-platform content and the increasing convergence of technology. Aimed at freelancers in broadcast and digital industries, as well as final year students, ...
Artur Zmijewski at Cornerhouse Manchester

04.12.09
Artur Żmijewski, Democracies (2009). Image courtesy of the Foskal Gallery Foundation Dates: until 10 January 2010 | Location: Cornerhouse, Manchester The first major UK survey of the work of Polish artist and filmmaker Artur Żmijewski is currently underway at Manchester’s Cornerhouse gallery.  Żmijewski’s work has been receiving increased attention over here in recent years, and this show sees the UK premiere of his recent project Democracies (2009), ...
Duncan Campbell at the Chisenhale Gallery

10.11.09
John (working title), Duncan Campbell Dates: 13 November – 20 December 2009 | Location: Chisenhale Gallery, London For his first solo public exhibition in London, Chisenhale Gallery premieres a new film by Glasgow-based artist Duncan Campbell co-commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery, Film and Video Umbrella and Tramway, Glasgow. Combining archive news material with newly-filmed footage, the film looks back over the history of the failed Belfast-based car plant set ...
Session by Mandy Macintosh

07.10.09
Session, Mandy Mcintosh Here is an extract from Session, the latest film from Glasgow-based artist Mandy McIntosh, commissioned by Picture This, Bristol. Session considers the mental health of an 18th century slave called Pero who lived and worked in Bristol for his master John Pinney. Pinney’s house is now a museum but Pero’s room is closed to the public and used to store furniture. In the film, ...