FILM PANIC Q&A: NIKOLA GOCIĆ

Angel's Egg 1985 Mamoru Oshii

As a way of introducing you to some amazing people working in the fields of artist moving image, experimental film and alternative cinema, we have concocted a short questionnaire. Today we speak to film critic and collage-artist Nikola Gocić.
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ARTICLE: 21 REFLECTIONS ON CREATIVITY AND CINEMA IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Studio Diary Series (2018, Daniel Fawcett & Clara Pais)

By Daniel Fawcett & Clara PaisOriginally published in The Art(s) Of Slow Cinema Journal, issue 1, December 2018. Portuguese translation published in Multiplot online magazine, issue 6, December 2018.  Continue reading “ARTICLE: 21 REFLECTIONS ON CREATIVITY AND CINEMA IN THE 21ST CENTURY”

INTERVIEW: BRUCE BICKFORD

Bruce Bickford

By Daniel Fawcett & Clara Pais, originally published in Mr Bickford Discovers a New Land (Topalian & Milani Verlag, 2017)

In the films of Bruce Bickford everything is alive – people, places, objects and creatures constantly pulsate, mutate and transform in an eternal dance of destruction and creation. Working with claymation and drawn animation, Bickford has given life to a mythical universe in his own unique and instantly recognisable style, a universe where solid objects become fluid and reality is in a constant state of flux Continue reading “INTERVIEW: BRUCE BICKFORD”

INTERVIEW: DANIEL & CLARA

Daniel Fawcett & Clara Pais

Throughout 2018 Daniel & Clara were artists in residence at Exploding Appendix. As a part of  this residency, they were interviewed by Bradley Tuck about their films, performances and other projects. In the latest installment, they discuss writing and publishing FILM PANIC Magazine.  Continue reading “INTERVIEW: DANIEL & CLARA”

NEWS: MICROCINEMA BOOK

Microcinema-Book-cover

Over the last couple of months, we have been assisting film programmer James Mackay in designing and editing a new book called Microcinema: New Artist’s Moving Image Then And Now.  Continue reading “NEWS: MICROCINEMA BOOK”