A new film: DOGVANE, is now available for film festivals. dogvane (n): A small weather vane, sometimes improvised with a scrap of cloth, yarn or other light material, mounted on the side of a vessel within sight of the helmsman. Dogvane is a personal story, transformed into one that people will recognise as having a Read more
http://www.cieciura-desousa.co.uk/stage.html; Scroll down to images 10,11 and 12 for images of my projection and performance in the stalls, the audience were looking down from the upper circles.
We’ve successfully completed the workshops and shot the film. I’m editing the five minute film now. First screenings are at Pallant House, Chichester and during the Brighton Festival at the Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre (our co funders, along with the Brighton & Hove Public Health Department).
Here’s a film of the recent live art event I took part in; Extend and Restrict.
Planning at Extend and Restrict, Experimental live art event, http://www.cieciura-desousa.co.uk/extendrestrict.html, Onka Gallery, Brighton 09/2013.
Titles for ‘The Genius of Carl Faberge’ 90 minute documentary for BBC4 05/2013.
Marina Tsartsara is performing alongside my projections in this audio-visual night, the projections are based on my new ‘Soft Furnishings’ film.
I’ve just finished making a promotional film for The Trust for Future Health charity.
Unteriors.com designed with Sam Ratcliffe, I made a series of short films, here’s a still.
Musician Mike Bishop and I, standing next to our poster at the National Film Theatre, UK.
A transformation occurs through which, using elements of clothing, pattern and architecture, a woman hides and reveals herself. A narrative interplay unfolds between her body and these elements, until she chooses to abandon her identity by absorption into the fabric of her surroundings.
Title sequence for This Green & Pleasant Land, The Story of British Landscape Painting’, 90 minute documentary BBC4 05/2011.
Title Sequence/Graphics, ‘The Story of the Music Hall with Michael Grade’ – 90 Minute Documentary, BBC 4, 05/2011.