Film Screenings

KINO 
‘Berlin Bodies: Anatomising the Streets of the City’ by Stephen Barber.
Presentation, film screenings & book launch. Whitechapel Gallery, London. 20.4.17.  LINK

‘Cood bay Forst Zinna’ & 08/26
‘Investigating Modern Military Heritage: Current Professional Approaches & Practice’.
English Heritage, Oxford University. 11.4.12 and 25.3.13.

KINO
HDV colour film, 13 mins, 2007. Kaunas International Film Festival. Lithuania. 4.10.10.

07/25
HDV film, colour, 12 mins. Imperial War Museum Film Festival. Sept. 2010.

AERONAUTICA
‘Art-corporate’ film, HDV, colour, 40 mins. Commissioned to celebrate the company
centenary of Dunlop Aircraft Tyres Limited. The Wapping Project, London. 18.7.2010.

08/26
Rencontres International, Paris/Berlin/Madrid. 2008/09.

08/26 & 04/22
Two HDV colour films. 08/26 – 31 mins, 2007. 04/22 – 22 mins, 2008.
‘You are here: Modernism, the site and the 20th century imagination’.
Visual Research Centre, Dundee Contemporary Arts. Jun 2008.

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First International conference on film and memorialisation.
Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. Oct 2006.

‘Cood bay Forst Zinna’ & Stolzenhain
‘Memory, Film and War’ season. IWM, London. Sept 2005.

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Elektrohaus, Hamburg. Nov 2004.

‘Cood bay Forst Zinna’ & Stolzenhain
Blau – Zimmer für Kunst. Hamburg. Oct 2004.

Stolzenhain
DV film, colour, 14 mins, 2004. Filmed while at Schloss Wiepersdorf, May 2003.
Open screening session, Whitechapel Gallery, London. Jul 2004.

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‘Proyecto Circo’, Arts festival. Havana, Cuba. Nov 2003.

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‘Alternative histories of modern conflict in the projected image, 1914-2003’.
With Harun Farocki, John Keane & Heather Burnett. Imperial War Museum, London. Jun 2003.

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WAC 5. World Archaeological Conference.
‘A fearsome heritage: diverse legacies of the Cold War 1946-89’. Washington D.C. Jun 2003.

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DV film, colour, 19 mins, 2001. Screenings at ‘Moving image and the artist’ season.
Imperial War Museum, London. May 2002.