THOSE THAT, AT A DISTANCE, RESEMBLE ANOTHER
Argentine-British artist filmmaker, Jessica Sarah Rinland has exhibited work in galleries, cinemas, film festivals and universities internationally including TIFF, NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, Rotterdam, Oberhausen, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Bloomberg New Contemporaries and Somerset House. She has won awards including Special Mention at Locarno Film Festival for her first Feature Film, Primer Premio at Bienale de Imagen en Movimiento, Arts + Science Award at Ann Arbor Film Festival, ICA’s Best Experimental Film at LSFF, and M.I.T’s Schnitzer prize for excellence in the arts. She is currently an Associate Artist at Somerset House Studios and a Film Studies Center Fellow at Harvard University.
Films: BLACK POND (2018, UK), Ý BERÁ – BRIGHT WATERS (2016, AR), EXPRESSION OF THE SIGHTLESS (2016, UK), THE BLIND LABOURER (2016, UK/US), ADELINE FOR LEAVES (2014, UK), NOT AS OLD AS THE TREES (2014), A BOILED SKELETON (2012), DESCRIPTION OF A STRUGGLE (2012), ELECTRIC OIL (2012, UK/IL), NULEPSY (2010, UK), NULEPSY ATTACK (2009), RUN BIRD, RUN (2009), THE BIG FISH THEORY (2009), DARSE CUENTA (2008), THE LAUGHING MAN (2008), BOSQUE (2007)