A programme of short films selected by artist-filmmaker Myrid Carten, followed by post-screening Q+A.
The documentary form has often answered the call of the difficult and the distant, the exotic and alien. This programme look at how we find ourselves in the other, at how places and people inhabit us like second-hand smoke. How can cinema show this porousness? What happens (to film, to us) when it does?
Includes a preview of Myrid’s new work Sorrow had a baby– aemi Film Commission 2021, supported by The Arts Council. After the screening Docs Ireland programmer Ruairí McCann will lead a short Q&A with Myrid.
Dorian Jespers, Sun Dog, 2020, 20 minutes
Simon Aeppli, Secondhand daylight,2007, 8 minutes
Cecilia Mangini, Stendalí: Suonano Ancora,1960, 11 minutes
Eva Marie Rødbro, I touched her legs, 2010, 15 minutes
Andrea Arnold, Dog,2001, 10 minutes
Myrid Carten, Sorrow had a baby,2021, 17 minutes
Running time: 81 minutes
Biography: Myrid Carten is an Irish filmmaker who makes films for cinema exhibition and galleries. Her work has been broadcast and screened internationally. She’s received commissions and funding from the BFI, NI Screen, Elephant Trust, Stuart Croft Foundation, and Screen Ireland. Her debut feature was selected for Screen Ireland’s ‘The Voice’ 2020 and won the Docs Ireland Pitch Award in 2019. Her work has been supported by the Temple Bar Gallery & Studios Project Studio Award, aemi CommissionAward, Fire Station Artist Studios Digital Media Award, Arts Council ofNorthern Ireland, and The Arts Council of Ireland. She was a recipientof the Arts Council of Ireland’s Next Generation Artist Award 2018-19. mother’s tankstation are currently exhibiting her first solo show inIreland ‘Preta: Hungry Ghost’ (until 4 June 2022). Her work will also be shown in 2022 at the Hugh Lane Gallery, Glebe Gallery, and Lismore Castle. Myrid’s work is in the Arts Council of Northern Ireland Collection and The Arts Council of Ireland Collection.
aemi is an Arts Council-funded organisation that supports and exhibits moving image work by artists and experimental filmmakers.
Sunday, 3 July 2022 - 2:30pm @ Queen's Film Theatre