20 Sep. - 27 Nov. 2016

Moving Pictures: Artists’ Films from the Film London Jarman Award

The Model presents Moving Pictures, a screening programme of artists’ films that showcases the rich and diverse range of artists’ moving image work currently being produced in the UK. Developed by the British Council Visual Art and Film teams in collaboration with Film London, this innovative programme of artists’ films brings together 18 artists who have been nominated for the prestigious Film London Jarman Award over the past seven years.

Ed Atkins, Death Mask II, The Scent

Moving Pictures is available as two programmes, each lasting around 70 minutes:

Programme 1 – 11am, daily
Programme 2 – 1pm, daily

Programme 1 – 11am daily

• Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Hold Your Ground, 2012, 7 min 47 sec
• John Akomfrah, The Call of Mist – Redux, 2012, 13 min 18 sec
• Anja Kirschner & David Panos, An Exchange for Fire: Personal Responsibility, 2013, 3 min 3 sec
• Elizabeth Price, Choir, 2011, 9 min 36 sec
• Stephen Sutcliffe, Come to the Edge, 2003, 1 min 50 sec
• Stephen Sutcliffe, O come all ye faithful, 2007, 56 sec
• James Richards, Looking So Hard at Something It Distorts or Becomes Obscured (Not Blacking Out, Just Turning the Lights Off), 2011, 16 min 16 sec
• Ed Atkins, Death Mask II: The Scent, 2010, 8 min 42 sec
• Emily Wardill, The Pips, 2011, 3 min 37 sec
• Rachel Maclean, The Lion and The Unicorn, 2012, 11 min 30 sec

Programme 2 – 1pm daily

• Laure Prouvost, It, Heat, Hit, 2010, 7 min 22 sec
• John Smith, Dad’s Stick, 2012, 5 min 9 sec
• Laura Buckley, The Magic Know-How, 2013, 9 min 22 sec
• Ben Rivers, Origin of the Species, 2008, 15 min 39 sec
• Andrew Kötting, Edgeland Mutter, 2009, 4 min 16 sec
• Benedict Drew, Sludge Manifesto, 2011, 1 min 29 sec
• Clio Barnard, Dark Glass, 2006, 8 min 47 sec
• Luke Fowler, Lester, 2009, 3 min 25 sec
• Zineb Sedira, MiddleSea, 2008, 15 min 55 sec

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