Culture Vulture 1

Total: 37 mins 38 secs

This selection of shorts examines the power of the gaze through the foreplay of fashion film, music and dance. Embark on a journey between the voyeur and the viewed within the mirror of aesthetics, art and culture.

Thursday 7th October Available for 48 hrs from 5:00pm
Wednesday 29th September 12:00pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Thursday 30th September 1:30pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Friday 1st October 11:00am - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Saturday 2nd October 4:00pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Sunday 3rd October 2:15pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE

David Blank feat PNKSAND “Foreplay”

Delia Simonetti
Italy, 2020
4:22 mins
FOREPLAY is a collective work whose mission is to give a powerful and fresh representation of the Afro-Italian and queer community in Italy.

Don’t Break My Heart

Amy Gwatkin
United Kingdom, 2020
2:22 mins
You are a worm on the floor of an imaginary nightclub. How dare you look at us?

Fenice – Momoni SS21

Giulia Achenza
Italy, 2020
6:08 mins
An ode to the cyclical, regenerative nature of life. Employing dance to unfold its narrative, the fashion film celebrates the world of symbolism through a series of sensual, yet ethereal movements and gestures.

Le Beau Monde

Eleonora Cristin
United Kingdom, 2020
4:34 mins
This is the story of a young girl attending classes in etiquette. Her teacher is unusual, and the outcome breaks convention.

Big Touch

Christopher Tenzis
United States, 2020
3:19 mins
An Afro-Surrealist story about a giant woman and a tiny man who through the power of touch, experience an unexpected transformation.

Ophelia

Hadi Moussally
France, 2020
6:06 mins
A tribute to the Pre-raphaelite brotherhood by telling the story of the creation of some of the most famous paintings, especially the most known "Ophelia" by Sir John Everett Millais. Where we can see nature taking more and more place in the art.

Floating

Stella Scott
United Kingdom, 2019
1:43 mins
The Icelandic fable of the ‘Seal Woman’ is reimagined with multidisciplinary artist and Íslenski Dansflokkurinn dancer Elín Signý Ragnarsdóttir taking an emotive final journey through the otherworldly natural beauty of an incomparable landscape.

Alex

Luca Spreafico
Italy, 2020
9:04 mins
Taking on a more narrative approach to fashion film while staying true to the genre’s strong focus on aesthetics, Alex tells us about a woman reliving and working through a trauma.