Miranda Pennell Retrospective
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Miranda Pennell’s films explore the choreography of everyday life. She studied contemporary dance in New York and Amsterdam before turning her hand to filmmaking. Over the last twenty years her short films have explored the nature of performance, blurring the lines between traditional dance film, documentary and fiction. Experimenting with the relationship between sound and image, Pennell presents a unique, warm and often funny insight into subject matter as diverse as marching soldiers, aspiring musicians and stage-fighting pub patrons. This retrospective selection will include the Scottish premiere of Pennell’s most recent work, Why Colonel Bunny was Killed. We are delighted to welcome Miranda Pennell to introduce the screening and discuss her work. Part of Glasgow Short Film Festival
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Glasgow Short Film Festival highlights 201118 Feb 2011
Miranda Pennell Retrospective, Lonesome Road and Wounded Knee
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