A programme of three short films followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
This sensitive observational work offers a portrait of the difficulties and dreams of individuals living together in a remote, rural environment.
Compiling diverse fragments of actual CCTV footage, Chinese artist Xu Bing constructs an unsettling fictional narrative that questions how the spaces in which we live and come to know ourselves are framed, increasingly, by the gaze of others.
What tools does cinema offer for exploring the complex relationships between data collection, surveillance and storytelling?
An associative, non-linear story of a breakaway ex-Soviet state in which the borders between past and present remain unsettled.
A space to explore such topics as the intertwinement of methodology and ethics, the significance of 'landscape' today and the filmmaker's responsibility towards it.
An immersion in the intense world of the Russian military training apparatus, observing the changes that take place in young soldiers as they prepare for violent conflict.
A deft weave of cosmology with astute political commentary, this film explores the ethics of how we remember the stories, places and voices which have disappeared.
A presentation of two subtitled audio works in which women travel in their imaginations - returning to landscapes from their past or escaping into audio adventures.