Y la Palabra Dividió y Explotó | And the Word Divided and Exploited
Works by Peter Wareing and Mike Heynes will screen in Mexico as part of a five-day moving image festival curated by Project Space Festival Juárez
FAFSWAG, CIRCUIT and Storage co-present two special screening programmes at Doc Club & Pub Cinema, Bangkok, supported by the New Zealand Embassy in Thailand.
CIRCUIT at Oberhausen Short Film Festival 2023
Five works by Aotearoa artists will screen at the 69th Oberhausen Short Film Festival in Germany.
A programme of Montréal experimental Film and Video 1991-2022 curated by Benjamin R. Taylor and presented by VISIONS (Can)
The Pleasures of Unbelonging
Chris Ulutupu premieres The Pleasures of Unbelonging at the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (UK) on 4 March 2023
An online conversation with Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley and Ary Jansen moderated by Tendai Mutambu
BORDER CROSSING CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL
A series of screenings for Ukrainian children at refugee centres on the Poland / Hungary border.
CIRCUIT at Oberhausen Short Film Festival 2022
Six works speaking to the present through archives, tourist souvenirs, familial legacies and pandemic histories.
Six Artists Respond to the Poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul
A screening at Dunedin Public Art Gallery of Six Artists Respond to Joanna Margaret Paul.
The Sound of Seeing
A series of three film screenings that present an alternative history of Aotearoa experimental music, seen through artists' film and video.
Tai Timu! Tai Pari! The Tide Ebbs, the Tide Flows
A curated selection of recent artists' film and video from Aotearoa, shown at the Remai Modern in Saskatoon.
Experiment 120 (La nature, les machines et les objets)
A programme of works that CIRCUIT was invited to curate for the EXPERIMENT 120 festival of films for children in Nantes, France.
CIRCUIT at Rotterdam Film Festival 2020
CIRCUIT artists at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
An Oceanic Feeling
A screening of .TV, described in Artforum as “a deadly serious but wittily poised prophecy of environmental oblivion."