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Spatial Cinema

Synopsis
These films foreground the experiences of our surroundings and cinematic space, while engaging in singular aesthetic journeys of their own. Narratives of space are traced in this work, exploring material environments constructed as sites, by movement and habit, and the workings of finance and capital.
Includes an essay by Jonathan P. Watts, contemporary art critic and lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London.

Featuring:
-THE READING ROOM (2002)
-FILM FOR TOM (2005)
-POSTCARD FROM ISTANBUL(2003)
-MAS SE PERDIO (2009)
-ZABRISKIE POINT (2013)
-MACHINE SPACE (2016)
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of production
2019
Subjects
Film studies
Keywords
economic conditions; experimental film & video; politics; protest demonstrations; urban development; space (area)

Credits

Director
Stephen Connolly

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 0 PAL, Blu-Ray DVD
Price
On request
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
86 minutes
Year
2019

Distributor

Name

Lux

Email
info@lux.org.uk
Web
https://lux.org.uk/ External site opens in new window
Phone
020 31412960
Address
Waterlow Park Centre
Dartmouth Park Hill
London
N19 5JF
Notes
The premier UK source for arts-based moving image materials including experimental film, video art, installation art, performance art, personal documentary, essay films and animation. Incorporates collections previously held by the London Film-makers’ Co-op and London Video Arts. The 4000+ works are available for non-theatric exhibition, some may be purchased on DVD through the online shop, and a selection are streamed for free online viewing.

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