Here you will find the
programme as PDF download (in German)
8 juni 2017 – filmmuseum münchen – 7 p.m.
Film lecture with british artist Miranda Pennell
part 1: FISTICUFFS – choreographies of presence
2002 | 9 min | Super16mm* | OV
People dance in private moments of personal abandon across
London in the summer of 2001.
You Made Me Love You
2005 | 4 min | Video* | no dialogue
Twenty-one dancers play a game of cat and mouse with an
unpredictable camera. Losing contact can be traumatic.
2007 | 15 min | Video* | no dialogue
The empty spaces of an ambiguous building open-up
to reveal a group of aspiring musicians as they play
2003 | 8 min | 16mm* | no dialogue
Adolescent rituals are played out across the wintry
landscapes of small-town Finland.
2001 | 9 min | 16mm* | no dialogue
Grand Prix International Vidéo Danse, Saint-Etienne
Trees and wildlife look-on as the countryside is invaded
by a lost regiment of soldiers engaged in a repetitive
2004 | 11 min | 16mm* | no dialogue
Six actors punch, kick and wrestle their way through the
Wild West of an East London drinking establishment.
part 2: FORENSICS – film as an archive
2015 | 60 min | HD | OV
Punto de Vista Award for Best Film 2017
A filmmaker turns forensic detective as she pieces
together hundreds of photographs in search of what she
believes to be a buried history, only to find herself
inside the story she is researching. The Host
investigates the activities of British Petroleum (BP) in
Iran; a tale of power, imperial hubris and catastrophe.