Heaven is a Place, a dance film directed by Kayla Parker and filmed by Stuart Moore is now moving into its post production stage. read more...
Project was screened at London’s Furtherfield Gallery as part of One Minute volume 7.
One Minute volume 7
Following screenings last autumn at the prestigious De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea, Caernafon, and Hull's Museum of Club Culture, the new collection of artists' moving image curated by Kerry Baldry is on show at the Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion London till Sunday 3 February, with over 100 people attending the first day of the exhibition in Finsbury Park. read more...
White Body has been selected for the retrospective and will be restored live. Detail below from Whirlygig’s site:
Making Tracks has provided an interactive platform for emerging film talent for the last three years, fusing live music with moving image. Since December 2010, with support from Arts Council England, we have hosted twelve events at Rich Mix and showcased over 120 short films, all of which screened alongside brand new scores, performed live by The Cabinet of Living Cinema.
Join us as we say farewell to Making Tracks, with a selection of the best short films and live scores to come out of the project. The Cabinet will use a wide range of instruments and foley to add a new dimension to the visuals, creating an invigorating live experience.
Scratch That! artists' 16mm film direct animation project held at Plymouth Arts Centre on 9 Nov 2013. The workshop is part of Sweet FA film art collaboration between Sundog Media and Plymouth Arts Centre.
The charming Lighthouse animation – which won the Young Motion Plymouth Award 2012 and The Young Ones Award at Animated Exeter Festival 2012 – and Teign Sprit whetted the audiences’ appetites for features including Pacific Rim on the large outdoor screen.
The book is now available on Amazon:
Kayla has a new book chapter:
‘Jamming the machine: the personal-political in Annabel Nicolson’s Reel Time’ [chapter] in Rebecca Emmett (ed.) in The Arts and popular culture in history: proceedings of The Role of Arts in History cross-disciplinary conference. Plymouth: University of Plymouth Press (UPP). ISBN: 978-184-102-355-7. Publication date: 1 September 2013. Available on Amazon from September, pre-order from Plymouth University estore. read more...
I walked with a zombie: what the living dead can teach us about performance
Sundog Media's Kayla Parker is giving a collaborative lecture with Lee Miller, Roberta Mock, and Phil Smith as part of Plymouth University's 2013 Festival of Research. read more...