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  • Ian Nesbitt, Sketches Of Brunei c.1978, still from 8mm transfer.
  • Ian Nesbitt, Sketches Of Brunei c.1978, still from 8mm transfer.

Outlines Festival Pop-up Film Screening with Sensoria

Saturday 27 February 2016
2 - 8 pm

As part of Outlines Festival 2016, Sensoria and Bloc Projects present a selection of short films by artists, musicians and filmmakers.

From cutting edge digital video to re-edited 8mm archive material, the films reflect a diverse range of media and techniques, all incorporating some of the most exciting music produced in Sheffield and beyond in recent decades…

Sensoria’s innovative festival of film and music takes place in Sheffield every Autumn offering up a heady mix of screenings, performance, talks, events and exhibitions, activities and collaborations.

Outlines is a brand-new, one-day festival dreamed up by the brains behind Tramlines to add a dose of winter festival fun to some of Sheffield’s finest venues.


Full Programme


– Sheffield Shorts –

An eclectic mix of short Sheffield films featuring Yellow Plastic Fish of Vision – Dr Pernicious Weed; Sweet Saturn Mine (Sean Lennon De-Mix) – The Moonlandingz; I Am A Cat – Magpies; Dog – Nat Johnson; Free For All – Sheffield leisure and parks in the 1970s; Stave – Shaun Bloodworth / In The Nursery; Oyl Int Road – The Everly Pregnant Brothers.

– Ian Nesbitt, Sketches Of Brunei c.1978, 8mm transfer. Scored by Jim Ghedi, 2015 –

Made by re-editing reels of cine-film of the filmmaker’s own pre-memory childhood, ‘Sketches Of Brunei c.1978 ‘ is a non-objective portrait of a country in the early stages of preparing for independence, featuring colonial gardens, food markets, military ceremonies, cock fights and interminable boat rides.

Jim Ghedi explores finger-style experimental Guitar composition, with a wide repertoire of influences ranging from african music, jazz and eastern european folklore.

– A selection of music videos as presented by Radar Music Videos