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Opening Night: Memos For The Next Millennium
Institute of Contemporary Arts
February 2023
In Far Away Land, dir. Eden Kötting, UK 2019, 6 min.

Opening the 2020 London Short Film Festival (LSFF), a retrospective of early works from the now established artists who have defined the festival’s 17-year dedication to experimental filmmaking.

This year’s festival looks to moving image’s capacity for diversity by all definitions: in voice and theme, across genre and medium. Beginning with Nick Jordan’s Fury (winner of the first ever LSFF Best UK Short Award), the programme revisits festival regulars Sarah Wood and Jessica Sarah Rinland, coming full circle to more recent competition nominees like Larry Achiampong and brand-new work from Eden Kötting.

Fury, dir. Nick Jordan, UK 2003, 6 min. 

The Hyrcynium Wood, dir. Ben Rivers, UK 2005, 3 min. 

Double Dummy, dir. Jennet Thomas, UK 2004, 7 min. 

Who I Am And What I Want, dirs. David Shrigley and Chris Shepherd, UK 2005, 8 min.

Collision, dir. Max Hattler, UK 2005, 3 min. 

I Want To Be A Secretary, dir. Sarah Wood, UK 2006, 12 min. Proximity, dir. Inger Lise Hansen, UK 2006, 4 min. 

Purple Grey, dir. Sebastian Buerkner, UK 2006, 8 min. 

Magnetic Movie, dir. Semi Conductor, UK 2007, 5 min. 

Rebus, dir. Heather Philipson, UK 2007, 3 min. 

The Big Fish Theory, dir. Jessica Sarah Rinland, UK 2009, 3 min. 

Ontologically Anxious Organism, dir. Let Me Feel Your Finger First, UK 2010, 2 min. 

Tamesa, dir. Rosalind Fowler, UK 2014, 10 min. 

Defenestration, dir. Bea Haut, UK 2015, 4 min. 

Starts Wednesday, dir. David Leister, UK 2018, 2 min. 

Relic 1, dir. Larry Achiampong, UK 2017, 14 min. 

In Far Away Land, dir. Eden Kötting, UK 2019, 6 min.
06:30 pm
Fri, 10 Jan 2020
Cinema 1
£13 Full, £11 Concs/Green, £7 Blue Members. 

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated, and start with a 10 min. curated selection of trailers.

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