B. D. Owens reviews ‘Water Makes Us Wet’

Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure, a film by Dr Beth Stephens and Dr Annie Sprinkle which premiered at Documenta 14, defies any easy genre categorisation. This film about H2O both charmed and surprised me. It is an artwork, a documentary, a sexy and outrageously fun (sometimes turbulent) love story and a valuable multi-layered... Continue Reading →

Reviewer needed: Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure

http://s3hub-08bf8d35d7c718b4cdddb2e468050c949144ea829b06e269f3dd08b82.s3.amazonaws.com/watermakesuswet/water-trailer.webmhd.webm As part of the #art4wetlands programme we are looking for someone to review Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens' film Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure. The film is distributed by Juno Films who have kindly given us access for the reviewer. Contact chris@fremantle.org if you are interested in doing this review. Please tell... Continue Reading →

‘After Coal’ Screening and discussion

Documentary exploring climate justice to screen at CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow on 3 September 2017 What happens when fossil fuels run out? How do communities and cultures survive? After Coal profiles inspiring individuals who are building a new future in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky and south Wales. The hour long documentary... Continue Reading →

The Same Hillside

It was a seemingly unlikely pair forming the panel after the Crypic Nights premier of The Same Hillside at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow. The one who looked like a farmer (checked shirt and flat cap) was the documentary film-maker John Wallace, the other (long hair and beard a t-shirt with a 'pirate'... Continue Reading →

Screening/Reading: Donna Haraway Storytelling for Earthly Survival

[vimeo¬†https://vimeo.com/189163326] Screening Donna Haraway: Storytelling for Earthly Survival Glasgow Film Theatre, Rose Street, Glasgow Sunday 23 April 2017 ¬†17:15 In this portrait of Haraway, filmmaker Fabrizio Terranova explores her playful, humorous and sincere approach to narrative when dealing with the substantial issues facing human beings as co-habitants of planet earth. Over several weeks Terranova lived... Continue Reading →

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