LUX in Cardiff
30.12.10
Outcasting has invited Benjamin Cook and Mike Sperlinger, Directors of LUX, London to discuss the provisions needed to further support artists working with film and video in Wales. Keen to build a critical dialogue with artist filmmakers working there and develop a programme of talks and events, on the evening of 24 January in Cardiff (venue tbc) Ben and Mike will present an overview of ...
In the Darkness of the Wardrobe by Samantha Moore

10.08.10
Last Island, Sibyl Montague, (2009), courtesy of the Oriel Davies Art Gallery Samantha Moore visits RE:animate, the Oriel Davies Open Exhibition 2010, running until 18 August 2010 at Oriel Davies, Newtown, Wales. “At the editing table, when I run the trip of film through, frame by frame, I still feel that dizzy sense of magic of my childhood: in the darkness of the wardrobe, I slowly wind ...
RE:animate

23.06.10
Train, Savinder Bual, 2009. Dates: 26 June – 18 August | Location: Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales For the fourth in its series of biennial open exhibitions Newtown gallery Oriel Davies has asked for submissions on the theme ‘animation’. A diverse selection of work by 39 artists covers all bases, including film, installation, drawing and photography, and proves that you sometimes you don’t have to travel out ...
Sleep Furiously by Gideon Koppel

01.03.10
Sleep Furiously, Gideon Koppel As it’s St David’s Day, today’s featured movie is Sleep Furiously. The feature is set in the fading Welsh rural community of Trefeurig, where director Gideon Koppel spent his childhood years. Shot on 35mm and featuring many stunning time-lapse sequences the film paints a delicate portrait of the changing landscape of of a small farming community. As the extract shows the film ...
To Whom It May Concern

25.11.09
Image courtesy of Ian Gouldstone Ian W. Gouldstone: In May 2009, I became animator-in-residence at Newport University with the simple goal of playing with animation for a month.  This was in direct response to my own (and sometimes others’) obsession with the finished product, that I sometimes forget to be spontaneous and have fun.  So, with ‘To Whom It May Concern’, I chucked all those anxieties ...