St Giles for CFFF

GHost was invited to curate two film and installation nights for Camberwell Free Film Festival at the Church of St Giles in Camberwell.

Two classic ghost films were selected. The screenings are accompanied by an exhibition of installations and performances with artists: Sarah Doyle, Jennie Fagerstrom, Miyuki Kasahara, Calum F Kerr, Joanna McCormick, Anne Robinson, Sarah Sparkes, Charlotte Squire, Sally Waterman and John Workman.:

26 March, The Innocents6.45pm – 8.00pm exhibition and bar open, 8.00pm film commences.
Venue, The Knave, St Giles Church, Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8RB
27 March, Kwaidan, 8.00pm – 8.30pm performances in and around The Crypt, St Giles Church, Camberwell Church street, SE5 8RB

The Innocents (Dir: Jack Clayton, 1961, UK/US, Cert 12A, 100 mins) is a classic British supernatural gothic horror film, based on the Henry James ghost story novella The Turn of the Screw (1898).

Kwaidan (Masaki Kobayashi, 1965, 185 minutes)  features dreamlike ghost tales adapted from Lafcadio Hearn’s collections of Japanese folk stories of the same name. This lavish, widescreen production drew extensively on director Kobayashi’s own training as a student of painting and fine arts. Toru Takemitsu’s innovative score compliments the extraordinary and beautiful visuals.
The film consists of four separate and unrelated stories. The Black Hair, Hoichi The Earless, In a Cup of Tea and The Woman of The Snow. We encourage you to stay and watch all four stories!

The Artworks
Sally Waterman, ‘The Turn of the Screw’ photographic ‘still movie’ (2001)
John Workman, ‘PAINTING THE PAST’ Hand-painted lightboxes of various dimensions
Jennie Fagerstrom, ‘Skogsrå’, Lanterns, various materials
Miyuki Kasahara & Calum F Kerr, ‘Yakumo’s Echo’, performance and interventions
Anne Robinson,’ Riders’ 2014, 15 mins video loop with sound
Joanna McCormick, ‘Singing Ghost’, performance
Sarah Doyle ‘The Woman of the Snow’,  Installation, 2014
Charlotte Squire, “Betwix and Between”, installation, 2014

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