Hollis Frampton: Zorns Lemma (1970)

On Thursday night, it was a pleasure to follow the final residency session in the Study and the last of our March Workshops with a chance to view Hollis Frampton‘s 1970 film Zorns Lemma, projected on 16mm on a big screen in The Space.  Frampton is widely regarded as one of the key figures in American underground … Continue reading

37 Years/Standard Gauge: Film As Substance

Last December, Annexinema presented a themed programme of screenings linked to the history of film at Hucknall’s disused Byron Cinema, which occupies the floor above a busy bingo hall. One of the films included was a haunting silent short from the archives of ATV Today showing the process of Refining Silver From Television and Cinema … Continue reading

Stan Brakhage: 23rd Psalm Branch

It’s no accident that a book’s design should echo that of a door. Open it, and the rooms inside can be as mysterious, spacious and memorable as those of any building. Every turn of the page is another door, one room leading into another like one of those corridors you might find yourself losing your … Continue reading