Playing like balm to the soul of anyone quivering from too many overworked, over-agitated multiplex experiences, Conor Horgan’s “One Hundred Mornings” uses an apocalyptic event as a springboard into the human psyche.
Told in 3D CG animation, La Planete Encore is a timeless fable about two journeymen, Stel and Atan, whose arrival on a desert planet, guided by a calling force, will lead to the rebirth of nature through a cosmic experience. Based on the graphic-novel series “The World of Edena” by the legendary comic artist Moebius, La Planete Encore is a poetic environmentally conscious homage to the healing power of all mankind. Directed by Moebius and Geoffrey Nicquet, it was an honour to be involved with this beautiful film.
Our film Crossing, directed by Silvana Aguirre, has won both the ARTE award for Best Film and the Audience Award for Best Film, at the Filmfest Dresden.
Our film Milk Teeth, directed by Tibor Banoczki, is to be shown in Sydney at the Biennale.
For the 17th Biennale of Sydney’s Wunderkammer Portable are presenting a grab-bag multiplicity of sights and sounds that brings together animations, experimental works, music videos, and narratives from all over the world in the service of asking the question: in the combination of technology, influence and imagination – are there new ways of looking at images?.
The film will be screening within a space called SuperDeluxe, an experimental pop up venue, starting on the 20th May.
Leila, the new feature directed by Lesley Manning (POV, The Agent, Ghostwatch) with Lee Boardman (Drop Dead Gorgeous, Rome, Longford) and Chloë Annett (Red Dwarf, Casualty) is steadily nearing completion. The music’s finished and we’ll be in the dub very soon. Stay tuned for more info…
The documentary short On the Run with Abdul with music composed by myself, has won the Prix de la Presse award at the 2010 Clermont-Ferrand Festival. The film was co-directed by Kristian Hove, David Lalé and James Newton.
Breaking news: Winner of Special Jury Prize at Slamdance 2010 – One Hundred Mornings!
AK Dolven: The Day the Sky Became My Ground
AK Dolven’s show at the Wilkinson Gallery opened last night. One work it features is the installation Ahead (pictured) for which I did the sound design. I can’t recommend going to view this show enough – get to Hackney, grab a blanket and enjoy.
You can get to Vyner St by going to Bethnal Green Tube, then it’s a 10 minute walk up Cambridge Heath Road.