17th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival 2021

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The Festival continues online until 30 September including performances, screenings, in-conversations, exhibitions, podcast and commissioned texts.

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​In10ded Ten: The Fate of The Middle Place

Online screening

Available from
11 September

A collaborative film made by Berwick Young Filmmakers (a group of local 12–14 year olds). The film was produced over five days of workshops led by artist Kimberley O’Neill, which introduced the group to digital filmmaking and documentary techniques. The film that the Berwick Young Filmmakers have produced together, explores the theme ‘Reworld’—speculating on what life in the year 2031 could be like and imagining how people, technology and nature may change in the near future.

In this Programme:

​In10ded Ten: The Fate of The Middle Place

(Christopher, Ebba, Lara and Violet, 2021, 7)
Date: 2021-09-24 15:25:44
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​In10ded Ten: The Fate of The Middle Place

A collaborative film made by Berwick Young Filmmakers (a group of local 12–14 year olds). The film was produced over five days of workshops led by artist Kimberley O’Neill, which introduced the group to digital filmmaking and documentary techniques. The film that the Berwick Young Filmmakers have produced together, explores the theme ‘Reworld’—speculating on what life in the year 2031 could be like and imagining how people, technology and nature may change in the near future.

Kimberley O’Neill is an artist and filmmaker based in Glasgow. O’Neill was shortlisted for the Margaret Tait Award 2019/20. Recent activities include; Enigma Body Tech, solo exhibition, Satellites Programme, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, 2019; Ways to Speculate, Screening, Site Gallery, Sheffeild, 2019 and she was co-Programmer of AMIF 2019 with Ima-Abasi Okon & Emmie McCluskey at Tramway, Glasgow.

Director

Christopher, Ebba, Lara and Violet

Production Country

United Kingdom

Production Year

2021

Duration

7 mins

Producer

Kimberley O'Neill