Twoscore – Outcasting at Chapter cinema

31.03.11
Rabbit Hole (2010) Dir: John Cameron Mitchell Chapter Arts Centre is forty years old this year and to celebrate that fact Outcasting and Chapter Cinema have joined forces to screen experimental moving image work from around the globe amongst the main programme of the best of World Cinema, film classics and a sprinkling of Hollywood fayre. Selected films will be screened before the main feature. The ...
Screening of One Minute Volume 4

03.02.11
Cloud Mime by Gordon Dawson The fourth in the series of programmes of artists’ image is curated by Kerry Baldry. The programme includes an eclectic range of techniques, media and processes including stop frame, video, Super8 and 16mm, split screen, superimposition, animation, digital and live action all constrained by a time limited of 60 seconds. This touring programme has already screened at Artspace in Sheffield, Meinblau in ...
Painting with L I G H T

16.11.10
Photographs of Jesus, Laurie Hill, image courtesy of Getty Images Date: 20 November, 2-4pm | Location: Cafe Gallery Projects, London APEngine recommends an illuminating screening event happening this Saturday at Cafe Gallery Projects. The programme, selected by Jane Colling,comprises of a wealth of awe inspiring experimental and animated short films by some of our favourite filmmakers, including Tal Rosner, Ruth Lingford, Laurie Hill, Tony Donohue, Joe King ...
The Future’s Getting Old Like The Rest of Us
21.07.10
Date: 23 July, 8.30pm | Location: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London The premiere screening of The Future’s Getting Old Like The Rest of Us, a 16mm film conceived in the format of a TV Play and set in an older people’s care home. Part documentary, part fiction, the script, a collaboration with APEngine contributor George Clark, was constructed from verbatim transcripts of a discussion group held over ...
Simon Pope – Memory Marathon

09.03.10
Simon Pope - Memory Marathon Dates: 5 – 14 March | Location: Dray Walk Gallery, Old Truman Brewery, London On Saturday 7 November 2009, artist Simon Pope completed a 26-mile walk through London’s five Olympic boroughs accompanied, on his 12-hour journey, by over a hundred local residents, each of whom walked a 400m section of the route, recalling their stand-out Olympic memories before passing the baton of ...
Competition: win tickets to see Joanna Quinn at the Barbican

15.10.09
Joanna Quinn, Dreams and Desires: Family Ties (2006) Barbican Film celebrates International Animation Day with a special focus on the work of the multi-award-winning, internationally acclaimed British animator Joanna Quinn on 28 October. Joanna’s work explores the politics of gender and the eccentricities of the human body through brilliant characterisation, superb draughtsmanship and wonderful animation technique. The screening will include Joanna’s 1987 debut film Girls Night Out, ...