Running Time: 75′
Ranging in setting from an underground bunker in Stockholm to the Lea River in the East End to a waterfall in north Wales, these three experimental films—formally daring meditations on psychogeography—evoke a keen sense of place and space.
UK | Emma Charles | 21 min
Focusing on a former Cold War-era bunker redesigned as a data centre in Stockholm, White Mountain uncovers varying forms of temporality brought about through an exploration of data space and geology.
Lea River Bridges
UK | Michael Pattison | 35 min
From Waltham Abbey to the River Thames, Lea River Bridges documents a single dérive through East London, taking the many overhead structures that span the River Lea as its structuring principle.
UK | Tom Lock Griffiths | 19 min
Waterfall is about how memory and grief are embedded in landscape, and how resonances that are created in the physical environment trigger spirals of thought about politics, love and mental illness.