Warm Wonder: a screening by Cherry Kino
Saturday 18 November 8pm
£7/£5 (free to workshop attendees)
You are invited to experience some films by Cherry Kino, all shot on ‘film film’, and all processed by hand. A mix of Super 8 and 16mm, these are personal expressions of wonder, at the alchemy of the sea, the morning glory of a park, the discovery of a dead bat lovingly filmed in macro, and an island of seagulls and crab remains.
Her Last Wave (Go Team! music video, shot on Super 8)
Crab Island (video, shot on Super 8)
The Garden of Polymitas (video, shot on Super 8)
A Ramble in Serralves Park (video, shot on Super 8)
Sight by Sonar (video, shot on Super 8)
Chafariz (Super 8 original)
Nossos Ossos (video, shot on Super 8 and 16mm)
Martha Jurksaitis (London, 1981) is an analogue artist filmmaker whose early years were spent looking through kaleidoscopes, exploring gardens, and watching films. She works with the Super 8 and 16mm film
formats, which she processes by hand using a variety of alchemical techniques, and travels to different lands in pursuit of different kinds of light. Her work has shown at festivals including Edinburgh International Film Festival, Leeds International Film Festival, the Cambridge Super 8 Festival, as well as abroad at
screenings in Finland, Iceland, Australia, Germany, Canada and America.