'They’re moving pictures, let's make 'em move!' Howard Hawks

Bio-sensor cinema

Whilst it’s not likely to bother those pushing 3D or 48 FPS, bio-sensor cinema has its fans. Artist Alexis Kirke has created an experimental film that puts the audience’s collective body in charge (sort of).

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Posted: January 30, 2013


Year 13 students have been experimenting with experimental film recently. As you can see from the results, they had a lot of fun doing it and learnt huge amounts.

Be warned: it’s noisy.

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By Brett Clements, Sam Pinkham, Ross Robinson, George Winter

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Posted: December 11, 2012

Dogme and Denmark

The Guardian has an article on the influence of Dogme, especially useful for year 13 film students but a good read generally.

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Posted: November 26, 2012

3 Anti-films

Andy Warhol, the artist, frequently made use of film in his art. Here are three ‘anti-films’, which are worth a look generally but especially if you’re studying experimental film.


Posted: August 28, 2012

David Lynch is Great!

The Guardian has a useful introductory-style article on David Lynch. It makes links between Lynch’s work and cinematic history, especially interesting to those of you studying A2 film and experimental film.

Even his adverts are creepily subversive:

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Posted: February 18, 2012