Cineautopsia: Festival de Cine Experimental de Bogotá
Inside will be shown as part of the Cineautopsia experimental film festival in Bogotá, Colombia. This vibrant event takes place May 16th – 19th.
ECRÃ Festival, Rio de Janeiro
Inside will be screened as part of a strong programme of feature films at this experimental film festival taking place at the Cinematheque of the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The festival runs July 17th – 22nd.
VISUAL / Carlow Arts Festival
Inside will be part of the exhibition Encountering the Land at VISUAL, which is presented as part of Carlow Arts Festival and will run from June 6th to October 2nd. Selected by Orla Barry, Sean Kissane and Emma Lucy O’Brien, this exhibition deals with ideas related to our agrarian history, the rural as a sanctuary and the land as provider.
Triskel Christchurch Cinema
Inside will receive its first Irish big-screen presentation at Cork’s Triskel Christchurch. 6pm, Thursday March 29th 2018.
Cinemateca Nacional del Ecuador
Inside will screen as part of a season of Experimental Film Society films at the Cinemateca Nacional del Ecuador in Quito, March 16th – 18th 2018.
Experimental Film Society (EFS) is a group of filmmakers dedicated to the creation of uncompromisingly personal, formally challenging filmmaking. Based in Dublin, it has succeeded in forging a new and radically alternative Irish cinema. The series of EFS films screening at the Cinemateca Nacional del Ecuador Ulises Estrella showcases the directors currently producing under the EFS banner.
Phantom Islands (Rouzbeh Rashidi)
Inside (Vicky Langan/Maximilian Le Cain)
Short films by Atoosa Pour Hosseini
Drifting Cities (Michael Higgins)
Kino Hospital (Jann Clavadetscher)
TULCA Festival of Visual Arts
Galway, Ireland November 3rd-19th 2017
Inside was made in response to an invitation to create new work for the 2017 edition of TULCA, curated by Matt Packer. It will be screened on loop at Galway Arts Centre for the duration of the festival.
The 15th edition of TULCA Festival of Visual Art is titled They Call Us The Screamers and features artworks by Irish and international artists presented across six venues. It takes its title from a book written by Jenny James, an account of Atlantis, the commune she established in County Donegal in the 1970s that promoted de-programming from the modern world through therapeutic self-development and environmental self-sufficiency. The book is also a response to the controversies and scandals that embroiled the commune during their first years in Ireland. They Call Us The Screamers provides the thematic compass for the exhibition, with artworks that are orientated to ideas held together by the historical episode. The exhibition does not aim to illustrate Atlantis in Ireland, nor attempt to redress their controversy. Instead, the story gives way to a broader framework of practice-related ideas that develop from the countercultural psychology of the 1970s, seeking to reclaim an alternative future for self and society in today’s perspective.