Moving Portraits at Del La Warr Pavillion

26.01.11
Moving Portraits explores the past sixty years of portraits in moving image by significant international artists practising in the field of film and video technology. By using this technology the artist has expanded the language and notion of the portrait genre. The works in this exhibition are all experimental of their time and include well-known sitters and subjects as well as more personal portraits of ...
The State of Things: Mark Cosgrove

28.04.10
Mark Cosgrove, image courtesy of Watershed APEngine talks to Mark Cosgrove, Head of Programme at Watershed Media Centre and Creative Director of Encounters International Film Festival in Bristol, about connecting audiences with artist’s film. Before Watershed you worked at Cornerhouse in Manchester, didn’t you? And before that I was Plymouth Art Centre – also a cinema within an arts venue. Three places with what used to be called ‘arthouse’ ...
Helen De Witt on the London Film Festival

16.10.09
Helen De Witt With the London Film Festival just about in full swing, we talk to Helen De Witt, the Festival’s Producer. Hi Helen. Now, you’re the producer of the London Film Festival… Yes, and the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. How many festivals are there? The two that I produce and two that are run by the BFI. Which are the other two? No, just these two. I wanted to first ...