Now on CIRCUIT TV until 19 May; M D Brown - 3 short films is a trilogy of experimental dramas shot in Wellington 2000-04. Aspects of NZ's white suburban underbelly are filtered through stream-of-consciousness monologues inspired by European writers including Samuel Beckett.
CIRCUIT and RAMP Gallery, Hamilton are pleased to announce the online exhibition of Personal Space, CIRCUIT’s 2019 Artist Cinema Commissions. Featuring works by Tanu Gago, Atong Atem, Campbell Patterson, Natasha Matila-Smith, Janet Lilo. Until 22 May.
CIRCUIT has once again been invited to screen a selection of work from Aotearoa at the Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany. This years edition is online, and features work by Zack Steiner-Fox, Ruth Watson, Seung Yul Oh, Clinton Watkins, popular productions, Oscar Enberg, Janet Lilo. CIRCUIT's programme will show from 18-20 May. Full info to follow.
A new podcast with Darcell Apelu asks 'how can artists best use 'time out''? In another podcast, three artists - (Ary Jansen, Lisa Reihana, Judy Darragh) begin an urgent conversation on the future of the arts after Covid 19, and Judy discusses a new advocacy group, artsmakersaotearoa, which seeks to give artists more voice and visibility is the new arts ecology.
Finally this month, as so much moving image goes online, Moya Lawson's review of the physical edition of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney is a timely reminder of the moving image as a dynamic, sculptural and site-responsive practice.