Video Strolls Film of the Month: Heavy Water

17 February 2017 // Video Strolls

Video Strolls choose a film per month to showcase on Caught by the River. Owen Davey introduces this month’s selection: February’s film is Heavy Water, the latest by Adam Scovell. Adam’s films plait parallel histories – folk horror, literature, experimental film, experimental music – into relived journeys through super-8 landscapes that are dense with sound, […]

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Video Strolls Film of the Month: Abandoned Farm at Twyford Abbey

20 January 2017 // Video Strolls

Video Strolls choose a film per month to showcase on Caught by the River. Liberty Rowley introduces this month’s selection: Starting out, rather unpromisingly, by the A406 in the rain, to find a monastery written about in a book published in 1927, John Rogers follows Nick Papadimitriou – who, as usual, seems more concerned about […]

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Video Strolls Film of the Month: The Devil’s Footprints

20 December 2016 // Video Strolls

Video Strolls choose a film per month to showcase on Caught by the River. Here, Liberty Rowley introduces this month’s selection: To mark the festive season, Video Strolls’ Film of the Month for December features a spooky tale set in the snow, heavy rain and a reluctant child forced to accompany her father on a […]

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Video Strolls Film of the Month: RBC CC RIP

1 November 2016 // Video Strolls

Video Strolls choose a film per month to showcase on Caught by the River. Here, Roxanna Collins introduces this month’s selection – her tribute to Reading Borough Council Civic Centre. Reading Borough Council Civic Centre Rest in Peace I have a tattoo of Birmingham Central Library. It lovingly provides outward longevity for a building that […]

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Video Strolls Film of the Month

1 October 2016 // Video Strolls

Here begins a new monthly column. Owen Davey gives us the lowdown on Video Strolls and introduces a film by Michael Smith (who, as film maker and flâneur, should need no introduction to our regular readers): Video Strolls is a small network of artist-filmmakers who programme public screenings – of films about place, people and […]

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