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Boxing Bet

Giovanna Ceno & Matteo Bontempi

Take a decadent Bingo palace and a young collective: is the aggregation force that springs from this local practice sufficient to consolidate and make this activity socially and spatially effective?...

Boca Chica

Sarah Friedland

70 miles north of the southern border, a community responds to the overwhelming number of migrant deaths, while remembering a time when the border was permeable. ...

Bridges (Bosnia 20)

James Riding

Shot through a computer screen, Bridges (Bosnia 20) forces the viewer to witness the war in Bosnia and its aftermath via-the-gaze of an unknown spectator, re-presening images of war in a digital age....

Pickup

Mark Ball

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A Coney Island of the Mind

Tina Magazine

Different people, filmed in New York, play with the wording of an official document in which Italian immigrants to the US are described as beggars, thieves, rapist etc., much in the same way that Ital...

Ugwumpti

Eithne Nightingale

The story of Maurice Nwokeji who, as a child, survived bombs and hunger during the civil war in Biafra. After the war, his parents living in the UK, arranged for Maurice and his brother to join them i...

Exopolis

Giovanna Ceno

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Changing Face of Harlem

Shawn Batey

Told through the personal accounts of residents, business owners, politicians, developers, and clergy, Changing Face of Harlem explores the development and transition of the historic Black community o...

Passing Tides

Eithne Nightingale

Passing Tides is the story of a young girl, Linh Vu who escaped Vietnam by boat, aged seven in 1979, with her father. After days in the China Sea, when the food had run out, a storm was brewing and Th...

What is Spatial Justice?

Shoshana Schwebel

This short animated film introduces the concept of spatial justice to general audiences, with particular reference to Edward Soja's work. The purpose of the short is to show the distributive geographi...

Oro

Rob St John

A still film of spliced frames, shot on an art-geography residency on Oro, a former military island on the Finnish archipelago in January 2016. A film which examines the material tracings and ecologic...

Sa Rio Tuba

Rae Red

Rio Tuba in Palawan is the site of one of the biggest nickel open pit mine in the Philippines. It is also home to a once thriving fishing community along the Togpon River. Bobby Siplan, fisherman, and...

The colour of the sea. A border filmic experience in Ceuta

Keina Espiñeira

Close to the coast, in a bordering land of North Africa, a group of men await the moment to continue their journey to Europe crossing the sea. Here, in this place of waiting, they clash with the idea ...

The Meechim Project

Ian Mauro and Byron Beardy

The Meechim Project follows the story of Garden Hill First Nation - in northern Manitoba, Canada - and its journey to build a self-sustaining farm for a northern Manitoba community that is only access...

Points of Presence

Adam Fish, Bradley Garrett

Few users of social media and mobile devices recognise how their everyday swipes, likes, and retweets mobilises a global megastructure that spans the earth, impacts ecologies, and plunges under the se...

Sheeza

Jessica Jacobs

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Lifelines

Jane Dyson

Life in the Indian Himalayas is one of hard agricultural labour. But in a village 2500m high, under the peaks of Nanda Devi, an energetic younger generation seek more. This is one man's story of juggl...

Visualising the Past, Rebranding the Present I - Amman

Jessica Jacobs

The following films were created from 100 inteviews with heritage ‘ stakeholders’s in Amman and Damascus in 2009-10 for an ESRC-funded research project examining the colonial modernities of the tw...

Visualising the Past, Rebranding the Present II: Mystery of the Orient

Jessica Jacobs

The following films were created from 100 inteviews with heritage ‘ stakeholders’s in Amman and Damascus in 2009-10 for an ESRC-funded research project examining the colonial modernities of the tw...

Visualising the Past, Rebranding the Present III: Signs of the Time

Jessica Jacobs

The following films were created from 100 inteviews with heritage ‘ stakeholders’s in Amman and Damascus in 2009-10 for an ESRC-funded research project examining the colonial modernities of the tw...

Visualising the Past, Rebranding the Present IV: Bitter Coffee

Jessica Jacobs

The following films were created from 100 inteviews with heritage ‘ stakeholders’s in Amman and Damascus in 2009-10 for an ESRC-funded research project examining the colonial modernities of the tw...

Postcolonial Encounters

Jessica Jacobs

My research focuses on how notions of 'us' and 'them' are created by tourist practice - In 2001-3 I carried out a series of interviews with women and men in the tourist resorts of the Sinai, Egypt abo...