Short Film and Animation

Date: 07/11/2017 Times: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Award winning artist/film-makers Joe King and Rosie Pedlow introduce a selection of their recent film works. Discussion and refreshment interval, and a chance to meet the filmmakers to hear more about what goes on in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

Joe and Rosie live in Wivenhoe Their work is shown internationally in galleries, cinemas and theatres, at festivals, on television and even in the middle of the woods. They work across a range of media including moving image, animation, film, photography and installation. Overall their work takes in a wide range of interests and themes ranging from the rhythmic combination of image and sound to modes of representation, and, more latterly, to notions of dwelling, place, space, time, repetition and the everyday.

Their work has been shown internationally in galleries, cinemas and theatres, at festivals, on television and even in the middle of the woods. Recently, they embarked on an exciting collaboration with the band Tindersticks for their new album and series of cine-concerts, ‘The Waiting Room’. They have received production awards from Arts Council England, Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network, FLAMIN, in association with BBC Radio, Wellcome Trust, S4C/SGRIN in association with Arts Council of Wales and animate! in association with Channel 4. And they have received prizes and nominations including the inaugural Jerwood Moving Image Award, UK (2008) and from festivals including SXSW Film Festival, USA (2006), Ann Arbor Film Festival, USA (2006), Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Montreal (2006), 25fps Film Festival, Croatia (2006).


Portfolio website for Joe King and Rosie Pedlow: http://www.folkprojects.net/about/

Short Film and Animation

Year: 2017 and recent

Country: UK

Cert: n/a

Duration: Short films and animations. Programme last around 120 mins

Dir: Joe King and Rosie Pedlow

Beautiful lyrical film-making which plays with time, place and memory through subtle use of movement, dissolves, time-lapse and an always intelligent choice of musical scoring. Discussion and refreshment interval, and a chance to meet the filmmakers to hear more about what goes on in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

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Venue: Wivenhoe Library