XENOBLAST, a new experimental film by Arran Tenzin Bradstock working in collaboration with Maximilian le Cain, has been Officially Selected for screening at IndieCork Film Festival 2022, the 10th anniversary edition of the festival.
Arran is a filmmaker and musician from Cork, Ireland, studying for a PhD in Music at UCC. He has had work screened at other festivals such as Fastnet Film Festival, Kerry Film Festival, and Luminous Void Experimental Film Festival. Most recently his short OVERLAP was screened at Bloomsday Film Festival 2022. This is the 6th time Arran's films has been presented at IndieCork, with the 2021 festival including a Special Programme focusing exclusively on his work, featuring 4 of his films.
XENOBLAST will screen as part of the festival’s ‘Made In Cork 2’ programme on Tuesday, 4th October at 8.30pm in the Gate Cinema, Cork. It will then be available to view onlinefor a limited time on the IndieCork website. For the full programme and to book tickets, visit https://indiecork.com/.
XENOBLAST (2021, 6 minutes): 'Spaces converge and collapse in this audiovisual exploration of location and perceptual experience, presented through sounds and images recorded by experimental filmmakers Arran Tenzin Bradstock and Maximilian Le Cain.'