Moving Image Artists Journal - Issue 1

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It is with great pleasure that Moving Image Artists launches the first ever issue of Moving Image Artists Journal – an online publication dedicated to contemporary moving image art and experimental film.

This issue is entirely dedicated to the 2019 edition of the Slow Film Festival (SFF) which took place in the village of Mayfield, UK last October.

The world’s only annual film festival dedicated entirely to works of Slow Cinema, the Slow Film Festival programme focuses on contemplative, experimental works that explore duration, the margins of society and our relationship with the environment. Over two days, SFF gathered together a wide selection of feature length and short works ranging from documentary, experimental and fiction coming from all over the world.

MIA Journal Issue 1 includes articles & interviews by Giuliano Vivaldi, Nadin Mai, Peter Treherne, Savina Petkova, Emre Çağlayan, Maureen Gueunet and Graeme Cole

And interviews with filmmakers Aleksandra Niemczyk, Tom Schön, Kaspar Peters, Meltse Van Coillie, Luciano Pérez Savoy, Scott Barley and Daniel & Clara.

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