Doctoral Student Films
Doctoral Student Films
It is with great pleasure that you are invited to see a range of the fantastic film related works produced by our PhD students. Through a mixture of screenings and other live events you will be able to see a range of films ‘in progress’, completed films/documentaries and other aspects of the moving image research being pursued by our students. The different ‘in conversations’ and Q&As with artists/filmmakers/curators (all PhD candidates at different stages of their registration) will help to highlight the excellent work that is being produced. Please do sign up below to participate in our live events as this will of course help to make them even richer.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
Deputy Director, Graduate School
Live Film Screenings
2:00pm – 3:30pm, Monday 17th May 2021
Beyond Home and Exile
Maren Hahnfeld with Camille Waring
Batoul’s Journey (2020) and Shadows in the Dark (2021) investigate the lives of Syrian refugee women in remote towns in Germany. Both films depict Syrians who are in the process of building a new home… [Read More]
4:30pm – 5:30pm, Monday 17th May 2021
Whoretography: Deconstructing the sex worker self image
In this event founder of the creative resistance platform, The Photographic Theorist… [Read More]
2:00pm – 3:30pm, Wednesday 19th May 2021
Patterns of Migration
Claire Wang & Francesco Arese Visconti
This event will discuss themes related to migration through visual arts… [Read More]
4:30pm – 6:00pm, Wednesday 19th May 2021
In Conversation with…
Barbara Matas Moris & Marine Hugonnier
Dealing with issues as wide ranging as women’s desire, memory, home, and exile, Barbara and Marine are engaging with the most urgent and necessary issues of the current era… [Read More]
1:30pm – 3:00pm, Thursday 20th May 2021
Territories of Sex Work
Camille Waring & Vali Mahlouji
In this special event Vali Mahlouji and Camille Waring talk about the iconology of the prostitute in contemporary and historical photographic culture… [Read More]
11:30am – 12:30pm, Friday 21st May 2021
How long is Ariadne’s thread?
Stav B with Dellores Laing
How long is Ariadne’s thread is a multi-disciplinary performance piece, in film… [Read More]
Barbara Matas Moris
A series of four films by London based visual artist Barbara Matas Moris.
Future Pictures/ London UK
A series of four films by filmaker Marine Hugonnier.