Dan Inglis and Jeremy  Mayall <em>Glimpse</em> 2018

Dan Inglis and Jeremy Mayall Glimpse 2018

Glimpse

  • Sun 5 Aug 2018
  • 3—4PM
  • Len Lye Centre Cinema
  • Free entry
  • All welcome
  • Free entry tickets will be re-allocated to waiting customers five minutes after screening start time
  • Hearing loop provided for the hearing impaired
  • Wheelchair spaces available. Free entry for a companion to assist an audience member who has a disability. Companion seat is automatically allocated when a wheelchair space is booked
  • Rated exempt

Glimpse is a new multi-media artwork incorporating live music, projected video, and soundscape created by filmmaker Dan Inglis and composer Dr. Jeremy Mayall.

This innovative new work combines experimental film and contemporary music and blurs the line between conventional cinema and pure concert music. Glimpse premiers at the Govett-Brewster with pianist Stephen De Pledge.

The work is a suite of 29 individual but intertwined audio-visual vignettes. Film footage appropriated from The British Council Film Collection of short documentaries is reedited, reimagined, and recontextualised by Inglis and paired with original piano preludes and soundscapes by Mayall creating a wholly new performance work where the music informs the image, and the image informs the music.

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Film still from <em>Glimpse</em>. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film still from Glimpse. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film still from <em>Glimpse</em>. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film still from Glimpse. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film poster from <em>Glimpse</em>. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film poster from Glimpse. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film still from <em>Glimpse</em>. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Film still from Glimpse. Image courtesy of British Film Council New Zealand

Event Info

British Film Council New Zealand