A night of film with Nina Danino

Nina Danino is an artist from Gibraltar who makes sumptuous and compelling experimental narrative films which centre on self-inscription, the feminine and the subjective voice.

She has written on women and experimental film and is co-editor of the Undercut Reader – Critical Writings on Artists’ Film and Video ( Wallflower Press 2002). Danino will frame this screening around the release by LUX of a DVD of her films of the 90s “Stabat Mater”, “Now I am yours” and “The Silence is Baroque”, three rich and beautiful films which centre on spoken and performed vocals and music, plus a soundscape/sound collage about geography and region and memory, “Meteorologies”.

With their striking and complex use of audio, these films resonate strongly with the focus on sound art in BEEF.

Wednesday 17th October 2018


Tickets: £7/5 (concs)
Tickets via Headfirst or on the door. Concessions available on door only.

The Persistence of Spirit: The Films of Nina Danino, Essay by Helen de Witt, LUXonline