With Arts Council of England (Sorted by Popularity Descending)
1. Falling (IV) (2008)
5 min | Short
This mesmerising film by Errollyn Wallen and Dan Farberoff is inspired by an astronaut's response to his journey into space. A sense of weightlessness abounds in the slow motion footage of ... See full summary »
6 min | Animation, Short
AL and AL's Grandfather is a retired engineer and inventor who has been on a life time quest to create perpetual motion and supply free power for the people. During a telephone call with ... See full summary »
8. 2 Into 1 (1997)
10 min | Short
A mother and her twins talk about each other. The device of miming each others words, gives a disconcerting twist to the children's cruel honesty and their mother's unconditional adoration.
12. Today I'm with You (2010)
54 min | Documentary
In 1969, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen came to live in the Byker district of Newcastle Upon Tyne and photographed its community. The entire district was later demolished and replaced by the Byker ... See full summary »
22. Black White and Green (2003 TV Short)
10 min | Animation, Short
Set in a fairly bland diner of sorts, a group of individuals contemplate "the way of the pie" and discuss their dinners and the relative joys they hold for them in terms of taste, sensation and imagination.
24. Cross Pollination (2003)
5 min | Short
Cross pollination takes as its starting point the complex patterns and symmetries found in nature. It turns the human body into a synthesis of organic forms and plays with many opposing ... See full summary »
34. Every Street Dreams (2005)
7 min | Documentary, Animation, Short
Four people's dreams from the same night are recreated using different animation techniques.
Directors: Chris Barton, Luke Esson-Parkes, Sol Harris, Georgie Hewitt, Daniel Hobson, Max Igbon, Han Mosely, Matthew Perks, Jonathan Ratcliffe, Molly Ricard | Stars: Hayley Saull, Paul Shannon, Michelle Barlow, Sarah Perks
42. Refuse to Dance: The Theatre of Howard Barker (1986 TV Movie)
55 min | Documentary
Documentary about the works of playwright Howard Barker, with interviews of the playwright, actors, and theatre critics, and excerpts from his plays performed by members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
48. Who Got the Punk? (2002)
14 min | Documentary, Short
Before settling down and becoming a teacher, the protagonist had a past life as part of the hardcore punk and anti-fascist scene. Having seemingly abandoned his "punk" identity he decides ... See full summary »
50. MeiGeist (2007 Video Game)
Twenty-something University student Eva McGill starts to blog when her cat Erwin disappears. Over a two month period it becomes apparent that Eva has some very special abilities that ... See full summary »