Cinema history revisited and refracted through the contemporary. Includes films by Stephen Connolly and Mati Diop.
Zabriskie Point (Redacted)
Inspired by a visit to Zabriskie Point, a scenic tourist spot in Death Valley, California, this film re-visits and contemporises Antonioni’s 1970 film of the same name.
Artist filmmaker Stephen Connolly’s work investigates cinema and representation through place, politics and history. A Central Saint Martins Fine Art (film/video) graduate, his single screen work has been widely shown internationally since 2002.
One Thousand Suns
Personal, national and cinematic history converge as the filmmaker looks back at the classic Senegalese film Touki Bouki, made by her late uncle Djibril Diop Mambety in Dakar in 1972.
Total running time c73 mins
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