Untitled Sequence 3:31 2017

"Untitled Sequence", is an artist film that explores the material processes of filmmaking such as visual narration, cinematography, soundtrack creation and film editing from the perspective of a young female artist – a perspective that is still under-represented in conventional filmmaking. The film engages with contemporary issues of identity and allegories of artistic practice, and is influenced by Jean Cocteau and Maya Deren’s films (particularly their creation of  visual ‘dreamscapes’), Nobuhiko Ôbayashi (especially his editing processes) and Lee Miller’s embodiment of both the artist and the artist’s muse in her work both in front of and behind the camera.

Debuted on Random Acts, 2017

Channel 4 published my first short film, "Untitled Sequence" in May, 2017.

ICA, London Screenings, 2017 + 2018

"Untitled Sequence", was shown at the ICA as a part of the Random Acts and Stop Play Record initiatives.

Encounters Film Festival, 2017

On Playback Festival's national exhibition tour, "Untitled Sequence" was shown at Encounters film festival.

Aesthetica Film Festival, 2017

 

On Playback Festival's national exhibition tour, "Untitled Sequence" was shown at Aesthetica Film Festival.

Screening at South London Gallery and the Horse Hospital, 2017

"Untitled Sequence" was selected to be screened at both

South London Gallery, August 16th, 2017

and

The Horse Hospital, September 1st, 2017

contact:

lenalewisking(at)gmail.com

© 2020 by Léna Lewis-King. 

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