CALL FOR ENTRIES IS NOW OPEN

02 – 10 August 2019
Edition XVIII

02 – 10 August 2019
Edition XVIII

:Frames

Schedule: 07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub

:Frames

UK, 1973, 8 min

Film created in contact printer with material which had gone through a process of deterioration in a projection event.

  • Director Bio
  • Festivals And Awards
  • Contact
Born 1946. Studied at Hornsey College of Art, 1964-65; Edinburgh School of Art, Drawing and Painting 1965-69 and St Martins School of Art post graduate film-making 1970-1. From 1969-70 she ran the gallery at the New Arts Lab, London and was cinema programmer at the London Film Maker's Co-op in 1974, 1976-77 and 1992/3. Nicolson is a founder member of Circles - Women's Film in Distribution, 1979, Editorial contributor for Musics magazine 1976-79, co-editor and publisher, Readings magazine 1977. She was awarded the John Brinkley Fellowship at Norwich School of Art, 1980-81. She has been a part-time and visiting lecturer at art colleges including; Cheltenham, Chelsea, Falmouth, Ravensbourne, Glasgow, Wolverhampton and St Martins, London. Her film works and performances have been seen at museums and galleries nationally and internationally and her artworks have been widely exhibited, from the London Film-makers Co-op and the Acme Gallery, London to the Stedelijk, Amsterdam and the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna. Her work is in the collection of the Belgian National Film Archive, British Film Institute, Canterbury University, Women Artists' Slide Library, her artists book 'Escaping Notice' is the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum.
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+ add this event to your
personal schedule
Full Schedule >
Annabel Nicolson

:More from Materials, Structures, Forms: Experimental Films Made by Women

A woman’s voice is heard over a black screen. The voice is questioning, searching. She will act. But how? Act against ...
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Light Reading

UK 1978, bw, 20 min
A compressed, single-screen version of Rhodes’ famous fusion of optical sound and image.
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Notes from the Light Music

Lis Rhodes UK 1977, bw, 12 min
‘During a voyage by boat to Finland, the camera records a woman sitting on a bridge.
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Deck

Gill Eatherley UK 1971, color, 13 min
NOTES is a composition of notes played on the piano, constructed through the editing to form a dynamic sound/image relat...
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Notes

Joanna Millett UK 1986, color, 8 min
A parody on the urban wasteland film, where a little girl recites Marx, and the last man on earth to read and write is i...
07 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Lost for Words

Anna Thew UK 1980, color, 25 min
A dense narrative film about family relations in which the various roles are played by members of her family.
08 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Red Shift

Gunvor Nelson Sweden 1984, color, 47 min
In the autumn of 1979 the director finds a still from ‘King Creole’ in a record shop and decides to make a film from...
08 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

The Ten Commandments of Love

Cordelia Swann UK 1979, color, 4 min
“…the Heins Grun, Rohfilm, and Reproductions include actual film collage and hand attacks upon the celluloid as we...
09 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Rohfilm

Birgit Hein, Wilhelm Hein Germany 1968, bw, 20 min
Structural Studies exemplified the Hein’s central project of elaborating the central process of the cinema.
09 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Structural Studies

Birgit Helm, Wilhelm Hein Germany 1974, color&bw, 40 min
Citations from Okakura’s "The Book of Tea" are the cohesive tissue, and the tea drinking ritual is a dramatic arena
09 August, 16:00, Kino Klub
+

Chanoyu

Sanja Ivekovic, Dalibor Martinis Yugoslavia 1983, color, 11 min