HOME Artist Film Weekender 2015

Welcome to the first official HOME Artist Film weekender, where we present our latest film productions alongside highlights from the world of artist film. Highlights include a new compilation screening about desire, archive classics and another chance to see the ghost of Engels. Guests include artists Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, John Smith and Bill Butt, Declan Clarke, Chris Paul Daniels, and a music performance by Najia Bagi.

Previously in this season

The Most Cruel of All Goddesses

The Most Cruel of All Goddesses is about a covert agent who is following a line of investigation that seems to lead him back to the life…

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Transactions of Desire screening

This unique compilation of films curated for HOME’s inaugural theme, Transactions of Desire, questions what really motivates our intimate relationships and actions. This screening includes short films by…

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Shine So Hard

An exclusive opportunity to watch this programme of rare work first screened at the ICA, London in the early 1980s. Alongside John Smith’s 30 minute…

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Both Sides Now 2: David Blandy and Wong Ping

CFCCA (Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester), Videotage and Videoclub present three films each from UK based artist David Blandy, and Hong Kong artist Wong…

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The Tin Screen: no.w.here’s 10th birthday

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of no.w.here - a unique, bespoke space for artist filmmaking based in East London - we present a special compilation…

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The Tin Screen: no.w.here’s 10th Birthday Q&A

no.w.here founders Karen Mirza and Brad Butler join us after the screening for a Q&A.

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The Most Cruel of all Goddesses Q&A

The screening on Sat 28 Nov will be followed by a Q&A with the artist and Dr Andy Willis, University of Salford. This event is…

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Transactions of Desire Book Launch

Following the Transactions of Desire screening, join us in the event space where we'll be launching our new publication, Transactions of Desire Vol 2: Are you allergic to the…

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