WITH(IN)

WITH(IN) a feature-length, artists’ film compilation has been released on

WITH(IN) is a two-part, short film compilation curated and produced by Portland Green, comprising two, the short film programmes entitled ‘In, Around & Cornered’ and ‘Within, Against and Upon’. Each programme contains four, short films or artists’ films that all explore their themes without dialogue,in unique performative ways. The films in the programme entitled ‘In, Around & Cornered’ consider specific performative negotiations of space and the strange forces at work within each of the films’ built environments. The films in the programme entitled ‘Within, Against and Upon’ each expose an emotional journey through a female lead character.

‘In, Around & Cornered’ films are: Das Gespenst des Glücks (The Ghost of Happiness), 2011, Max Philipp Schmid; Blind Questions, 2010, Mouvoir/Stephanie Thiersch/58Filme; A Tale Of, 2006, Ravi Deepres and Saburo Teshigawara; Weightless, 2007, Erika Janunger.

‘Within, Against and Upon’ films are: I Dream of Augustine, 2004, Cordelia Beresford; Whole Heart, 2004, Tracie Mitchell; Eurydice… She So Beloved, 2007/8, The Quay Brothers; Reimerswaal, 2004, Clara Van Gool.

The films in the programme entitled ‘In, Around & Cornered’ consider specific performative negotiations of space and the strange forces at work within each of the films’ built environments. The films in the programme entitled ‘Within, Against and Upon’ each expose an emotional journey through a female lead character.

More information about the individual film can be found below.

A TALE OF
2006
Ravi Deepres
10’00”
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BLIND QUESTIONS
2010
Mouvoir/Stephanie Thiersch/58FILME © 2010
27’50”
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DAS GESPENST DES GLUCK
Max P Schmid
2011
10’25”

WEIGHTLESS
2007
Erika Janunger
6’40”
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WITHIN, AGAINST and UPON:
I Dream of Augustine, 2004, Cordelia Beresford
Whole Heart, 2004,Tracie Mitchell
Eurydice… She So Beloved, 2007/8, The Quay Brothers
Reimerswaal, 2004, Clara Van Gool


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This programme was supported in part by a bfi Transition Fund Award. The Transition Fund for Audience Development, funded through Lottery Funding, was set up by the BFI in order to support audience development projects facing budget cuts in funding as a result of the changes in the national and regional film funding landscape which have taken place before a new film strategy and funding priorities come into effect from April 2012. Peter Buckingham, Head of Distribution and Exhibition, BFI, said, “We have moved as swiftly as possible to ensure that film organisations are able to survive in this period of transition, and that audiences can continue to benefit from the important work that they do. Collectively these organisations contribute hugely to the access and promotion of film in the UK. They are incredibly valuable which is why it has been important for the BFI to help them.”