Minimovies

28.05.10
minimovies.org Minimovies is a site dedicated to showcasing a selection of bizarre episodic documentaries produced by the good folks at Submarine Channel, which handily can be viewed on a variety of platforms. The documentaries produced to date have been superb – here’s a few highlights to give you an idea… Grillz or ‘Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is’, an extraordinary glimpse into the popularity of mouth ...
Linear

30.04.10
Linear, Dryden Goodwin Londoners traveling from Southwark and London Bridge tube stations may well be familiar with the images above. As part of TfL’s Art on the Underground initiative artist Dryden Goodwin has been commissioned to draw sixty portraits of individuals working in various roles on the Jubilee line. Rendered in multiple layers of delicate pencil strokes and scribbles, the blown-up portraits are presented outside the stations ...
Lessons from Lars von Trier by Daniel Fawcett

27.04.10
The Five Obstructions, Lars von Trier and Jorgen Leth “This is therapy, not a film competition with yourself. You’ve made the best film, I assume the best was the first. We are using it to go back in time, to see where we can go and examine it.” Lars von Trier, The Five Obstructions Get the Flash Player to see the wordTube Media Player. var WT1_1 = { params : ...
Raya Martin talks to George Clark

23.04.10
Indepencia, Raya Martin Filipino filmmaker Raya Martin has established himself in recent years with a complex body of work that employs a reflective use of media in order to explore the colonial past and fraught national history of the Philippines. His sixth feature film Independencia,  premiered in Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival, is the second part of a proposed trilogy following his ...
Apichatpong Weerasethakul

16.04.10
Apichatpong Weerasethakul Apichatpong Weerasethakul is a singular and distinctive artist and filmmaker. All his films and artworks are set in his native Thailand. Often non-linear and with a strong sense of dislocation, his works deal with memory, subtly addressing personal politics and social issues. Working independently of the Thai commercial film industry, he is active in promoting experimental and independent filmmaking through his company Kick the ...
Carol Morley

21.12.09
Carol Morley Carol Morley’s films have been shown internationally in galleries, cinemas, festivals and on television, and have been described as “provocative films that cross boundaries between fact and fiction, exploring extraordinary things that happen to ordinary people” (BFI Southbank Catalogue). Since graduating from Central St Martins in 1993 with a first class honours degree in fine art film and video, she has received the Best ...
Ian W Gouldstone

16.12.09
15-Pixel Street Fighter, Alaskan Military School APEngine put a few rapid fire questions to Ian W Gouldstone, award-winning filmmaker and design Drill Sergeant at the Alaskan Military School. Can you sum yourself up in one sentence? Ian W. Gouldstone is a designer, writer, and filmmaker based in London, UK. So what do you take your inspiration from in your work? I grew up in a house full of engineers and ...