Dark Garden (film still) - Nick Collins
Dark Garden (film still) - Nick Collins

CINECITY - DARK GARDEN


SATURDAY 03 DECEMBER 2011
BRIGHTON


Winter light emerges from Dark Garden with visceral effect in this short artists’ film screening


Dark Garden is a short film that captures the ghostly images of the artist’s garden in wintertime, a silent world of ghostly apparitions. Skeletal and silvery plants and their supports are conjured out of the black of the screen as a series of filmic epiphanies.

Dark Garden (film still) - Nick Collins
Dark Garden (film still) - Nick Collins

Dark Garden by artist-filmmaker Nick Collins is a short film that captures the ghostly images of the artist’s garden in wintertime.
The film is 8:30 minutes long and silent, and was screened at 15-minute intervals throughout the day at Lighthouse as part of Cinecity 2011.

Nick Collins is an internationally renowned avant garde filmmaker working within the artists’ moving image. He specialises in working with 16mm and 8mm film, working with projection and digital. He is also an accomplished documentary filmmaker.

Cinecity, 9th Brighton Film Festival
 17 November – 4 December 2011
Cinecity returned with a packed programme over 18 days featuring the very best in international cinema with a glorious mix of premieres and previews, artists’ cinema and installations, treasures from the archive, retrospectives, free education screenings and events, talks and debates.

http://www.cine-city.co.uk

Date: Saturday 03 December 2011

Times: 11am-6pm

Venue: Lighthouse

Tickets: Free

Cinecity, screensouth, BFI and lottery logos

Share


Subscribe

Join our e-mailing list and be kept up to date with all of our news & activity.