LÉNA LEWIS-KING IS PARTNERED WITH
"STOP PLAY RECORD supports the development and production of 24 short films per year with young people aged 16–24 who live in London.
All completed films have the chance to be featured as part of the Channel 4 Random Acts series on TV or online, and the programme includes free monthly filmmaking workshops, talks and masterclasses at the ICA and across all STOP PLAY RECORD partners. These opportunities offer young people the chance to work closely with industry professionals and focus on all aspects of film production."
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Untitled Sequence (2017) is an artist film that explores the material processes of filmmaking, such as visual narration (and cinematography), soundtrack and editing from the perspective of a young female artist. This film also engages with contemporary issues of identity and allegories of artistic creation by drawing upon and reconsidering the history of cinema – particularly the creation of visual ‘dreamscapes’ of Jean Cocteau’s and Maya Deren’s films, from Nobuhiko Obayashi editing processes and Lee Miller’s embodiment of both the artist and artist’s muse by working both in front of and behind the camera.
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