SELECTED FILM PROJECTS
Durham University announces a new international residential research library at Ushaw College in Durham, UK.
A series of short films we made for Durham Cathedral to promote the launch of their new Open Treasure exhibition space.
A short promotional documentary about a professional painter making a series of portraits of students in an art workshop for adults with learning disabilities.
'The Warm Glow of Home' is a mini-documentary about the creation of an ambitious light sculpture in Durham Cathedral Cloisters by Durham-based artist Mick Stephenson.
Film commissioned by composer Robert Smedley to accompany the second movement from his orchestral suite Dunelmia.
Short film explaining the work that international charity MyShelter do via their Liter of Light project. This was made for Artichoke Trust's Lumiere London 2016. Edit & words by Lintelfilm. Footage and photos courtesy of Liter of Light/MyShelter and Incitement (see end credits for image credits). Used with permission.
A collection of timelapse shots taken during Lumiere Durham 2015, some of which will be used in our upcoming mini-documentary about the creation of 'Litre of Light.'
A brief glimpse of light artist Mick Stephenson's "under-construction" installation in Durham Cathedral Cloisters for Lumiere Durham 2015.
Extended promotional piece profiling a community-oriented yoga organisation's work in and around Edinburgh.
A collection of clips from work in 2014 and earlier.
A short, reflective film piece about a young woman and the sea. A personal project of Matt's (to keep up to date with Matt's personal film projects please sign up to the newsletter using the form below or connect through one of our social media accounts - we will soon be launching a blog where such projects will be posted).
The Bearpark Community "Monday Afternoon Group" in Durham has been going for 20 years. This documentary celebrates what the workshop means to both the students and teachers.
This was my Fine Art PhD thesis film. Academic blurb below:
"A North East landscape explored in different photographic media through three generations.
Through digital video, Super-8 cine film and traditional still photography, 'Re: Flamingo' explores one family’s experience of the industrial landscape of Teesside in northeast England, with a narrative taking in biographical testament, nineteenth century ghost story and allusions to Ridley Scott’s 1982 film 'Blade Runner'."
Runtime: 19 min
I recommend using headphones when viewing the film on your computer, unless you're connected to a good set of stereo speakers.
This piece was made with a group of adults with learning disabilities at Bearpark Artist's Co-op in Durham (UK).