Doodlin' - Impressions of Len Lye
Free daily screenings as schedule permits — Len Lye Centre Cinema
Who was Len Lye? What was he about? This film gives you a close look at the man, the artist.
Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling
4 Aug—18 Nov 2018. 1PM — Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
An Oceanic Feeling is presented through a series of one-off screenings in the Len Lye Centre Cinema, with three works selected as a showcase in Gallery 1 and the Mezzanine.
German Film Festival 2018
Tue 25 — Sun 30 Sep 2018 — Len Lye Centre Cinema
Eleven films selected by the Goethe-Institut from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
An Oceanic Feeling
Sat 29 Sep 18 — Len Lye Centre Cinema
We screen Peggy Ahwesh’s The Blackest Sea (2016), Mati Diop’s Atlantiques (2009) and The Otoloth Group’s Hydra Decapita (2010) as part of the Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling programme, curated by Govett-Brewster’s 2017 International Film Curator in Residence Erika Balsom.
Sat & Sun 11—11.30AM — Meet in the foyer
Ask any questions you have and learn more about our exhibitions with our friendly and helpful staff.
Len Lye Centre
We are the world centre for Len Lye - internationally renowned and inspirational film-maker and kinetic sculptor - whose work pops, flips and zazzles!
An Oceanic Feeling: Cinema and the Sea
An Oceanic Feeling: Cinema and the Sea by Erika Balsom, is an essay that surveys the seascape of historical and contemporary filmmaking across genres.