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( av / sound / music) :
Makino Takashi
Signe Liden
SonADA
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Bertrand Mandico
Elina Löwensohn
Katrin Olafsdottir
Sebastien Ronceray
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Benedicte Clemetsen
Brendan Colvert
Douce Mirabaud
Rikke Benborg
Simon Hjermind Jensen
Stuart McLean
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Erin Catriona Farley
Tom Muir
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Anne Robinson
Arnont Nongyao
Calum Stirling
Dan Shay
Deniz Üster
Elen Gruber
Gabriel Otero
Grace Schwindt
Gustaf Broms
Jessica Cheeseman
Maren Dagny Juell
Mademoiselle L
Ola Surdacka
Richard Ashrowan
Verena Kyselka
Cassia Dodman and Duncan Herd
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Jessica Cheeseman
Jessica Cheeseman
NEEDLE
3.30min / 2011
 
An abstract film about how loss can transform the way someone views everyday life. Here the fabric of the earth has changed, and black holes have become a malleable substance used to attempt to suffocate pain and thwart the flow of blood to vital organs. Time shifts and slows down to the confines of living underwater where the liquid surface is now so dense that it is possible to pierce it with a cold, sharp needle.


Artist Statement: Jessicas work to date has been predominantly film and, more recently, drawing and painting. Her collaborative work as a Cinematographer sometimes bleeds into her personal work encompassing her lifelong fascination with light and objects close-up. She is greatly influenced by folklore, psychology, metamorphosis and communication or lack of it. Her personal work usually draws aesthetically from surrealist painting and early expressionist cinema.
 
 
Jessica Cheeseman is a London born and based filmmaker and artist. She first picked up a video camera in her mid teens making short films with her brothers. Her film work during her foundation year at Camberwell College of Art led to a Film BA at LCC where she specialised in cinematography. After a few years working on short films in multiple genres she moved to Poland to study animation at Lodz film school. Before moving to Germany to continue her animation studies at the International Academy of Media and the Arts. She has produced award-winning work in animation and now often combines it with live action. Her works have exhibited on television and at film and arts events internationally. She started painting more regularly in 2012 and then exhibiting her work the following year. She has recently worked as a Cinematographer on an indie feature film and is taking her first steps into sculpture with the plan to eventually combine it with film.
 
 
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