Cinetekton International Film & Architecture Festival - Lost In The Nameless City Screening Twice TODAY
Lost In The Nameless City screens today in competition at the 2018 edition of Cinetekton! International Film & Architecture Festival in Puebla, Mexico at 2pm and 8pm. The festival is two days in and will conclude on October 6th.
It is an honour to have my film selected and it's doubly rewarding as feature documentary New Town Utopia that I worked on is in competition in the international feature film category. Special thanks to Filthy Lucre who commissioned me to create the film and supported its process. Lost In The Nameless City premiered in New York at the Artists Forum Festival of The Moving Image and was an Experimental Award winner in Romania.
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Cinetekton! International Film & Architecture Festival official selection for Lost In The Nameless City
Lost In The Nameless City is in the official selection of the 2018 edition of Cinetekton! International Film & Architecture Festival taking place from the 25th to 29th of September across the pond in Puebla, Mexico!
The film is in competition in the international short documentary category with only nine other films. Lost In The Nameless City premiered at the end of 2017 in New York in competition at the Artists Forum Festival of The Moving Image and was the winner of an Experimental Award in Romania (12 Months Film Festival).
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Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.