Film commissions include:
IN THIS PLACE...
Commissioned By Corridor
IN THIS PLACE… documents a participatory public art project devised and delivered bye Corridor. This project brought together local residents, artists and communities through a programme of creative workshops, pop-up events and socially engaged artist commissions in the Clarendon area of Hove, East Sussex.
IN THIS PLACE... was commissioned by Ginkgo Projects.
SON OF LIVERPOOL
commissioned by Flowers Gallery,London
A portrait of the artist John Kirby as he prepares to return to Liverpool, the city he left age 16, for his retrospective exhibition “The Living and The Dead” at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool January - April 2012
Giddy Music and Dancing
Commissioned by Nimbus
One example of a series of films combining archive film footage, courtesy of Screen Archive South East with memories of local Brighton & Hove residents remembering their teenage years for the Giddy app and accompanying exhibtion as part of Brighton Festival.
Through Our Eyes
Commissioned By Sussex Partnerships
Chalkhill is a hospital that treats children and young people (aged 12-18) experiencing emotional difficulties, mental health problems and eating disorders. This film was made in collaboration with children and young people who have stayed at Chalkhill to help others who may be experiencing similar problems, to let them know they are not alone, and to offer hope that recovery is available.
One Too Many
Commissioned By The Royal College of Physicians
An extract of a film commissioned by The Royal College of Physicians. One too many takes one woman’s moving testimony to open out a discussion about alcohol including many voices and points of view. The film highlights the insidiousness of drinking culture and prompts us to consider our own relationship with alcohol. It was first shown as part of exhibition curated by Caroline Fisher “This Bewitching Poison: Alcohol and the Royal College of Physicians since its foundation” in 2014
A Year of Drawing
Commissioned by Make Your Mark, Sussex Partnership's arts and health program
This film promotes A Year of Drawing, a new year-long drawing project organised by Make Your Mark, will increase access to the arts for people facing mental health challenges and their carers through participatory drawing events across Sussex and Hampshire.
Make Your Mark
Commissioned by Sussex Partnerships
An extract of a film made for the arts and health programme, Make Your Mark, this film talks to artists of many disciplines about art making and creativity and its link to well-being.
Ripples in the Pond
Commissioned by Sussex Partnership NHS Trust
Commissioned by Sussex Partnership for new staff who come to work at the trust. It explores how whatever the role, staff can make a contribution that makes a difference in mental health care.
Commissioned by Project Art Works
Extracts of two filmic portraits made with and about two neurodiverse young people with complex support needs commissioned by Project Artworks for their "In Transit" programme
Commissioned by The Women's Library for the exhibition "MS Understood"
Annis Joslin was born in February 1970 at the same time as the first Women's Liberation Conference was taking place in Oxford. AT FORTY tries to unravel what feminism means to people living in and around Oxford today and asks what is the legacy of the Women's Liberation Movement forty years on?
Commissioned by The Women's Library, London 2006
An extract of Talking Magazines, a conversation between women across generations living in Tower Hamlets revealing that today's magazine readers are no passive consumers but cast a critical eye to comment on the policies, pleasures, enjoyments as well as the frustrations and shortcomings of women's magazines.