We are extremely happy to announce that we are having a guest screening at our favorite festival in Stockholm Tempo Documentary Festival. It’s always a pleasure to visit Tempo and like the last time we will run the screening outdoors if the weather allows. We will screen against the Liljeholmsbron just outside the Brooklyn bar where Tempo also has its festival mingles, so its a perfect opportunity to have a beer there and warm up before or after the screening.
Don’t forget to put on some extra warm clothes, we will bring hot chocolate!
Where: Liljeholmsbron, Hornstulls Strand 4, Stockholm
When: March 6 at 20:00
Tim Travers Hawkins
Tim Travers Hawkins is a filmmaker and screenwriter. Working with creative and interactive documentaries. His films have won international awards, he is currently based in London.The film ”Invisible Picture Show” is a interactive documentary featuring voices of children in immigration detention centers around the world. The voice recordings were made by director Tim Travers Hawkins who, over a period of a year, worked with the End Detention Campaign, human rights organizations, grassroots groups, lawyers and social workers around the world to gain rare access. The children’s testimony exposes worlds of uncertainty, physical abuse, psychological trauma, loneliness and rage.
Title: Invisible Picture Show
Time: 10.23 min
Producer: Andy Noble
Creative Technologist: Robert Sargent
Concept Designer: Laura Jean Sargent
3D Design/Animation: Duncan Brown
Animators: Nandita Jain, Cinema Lloobia, Alex Smith, Blinkin Lab and Duncan Brown
Go to www.invisiblepictureshow.com to explore the project.
Oscar Lara (b. Lima 1977)
Peruvian artist based in Sweden, started his career in Lima, continuing it in Australia. Awarded a Master of Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong, Oscar has exhibited internationally, collaborating with institutions such as Roda Sten Gallery, Can Serrat Art Center, Valand School of Fine Arts, Casamarles AIR, Centro Rural de Arte de Argentina and Fabrikken for Kunst og Design. His artistic practice explores subjects such as social and ethnic diversity, immigration and integration and depredation/trafficking of cultural heritage. Oscar’s latest projects have involved sculpture and video installations, video-documentaries, performance and social development projects. Oscar lives and works in Stockholm and Lima and is currently working in his last project ”Within Heritage Movements” with the support of the Royal Institute of Art – Sweden, Innovative Kultur and the Museum of World Culture.
The film ”100 years” is a collaboration with NGO The Trampoline House and The Factory of Art and Design, Denmark. In Denmark, there are over 4000 asylum seekers living in camps which are mainly, old military bases enabled for hosting up to a number of six people per four by four meters rooms, in most of the cases. This film is a time counting taken from different individuals who live in these camps. Footage taken from the red cross centres: Sandholm, Auderød och Avnstrup.
Title: 100 years
Time: 5.35 min