The Rhythm of Uist is a lyrical meditation that takes the audience to the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, immersing them in the sphere of life for three young adults who have grown up in these unique and cultural islands. The…Read More →
Some selected works by students, staff and alumni of the Granada Centre - continuously updated!
Playing with Climate Futures Solidarity creates playful ways to interact with Britain’s possible futures as imagined by a young climate activist. Based on a series of collaborative game design sessions, the board game aims to generate hope through collective action…Read More →
This experimental installation film explores Environmental Dance as a way of engaging nature through movement. Made in collaboration with Dr. Gemma Collard-Stokes to be an installation piece, this film documents Gemma’s interactions with various spaces within what used to be…Read More →
Breaking Tezcatlipoca explores storytelling as a phenomenon in and of itself. As a graphic ethnography of Mexican family stories, this comic book is an overview of a family mythos about (great-)grandparents and the multiple ways in which family members conceptualise…Read More →
Set in Dubrajpur (West Bengal, India) during the summer monsoons of June and July, Niishii – Night Worlds is an ethnographic film that attempts to capture the essence of the semi-urban night in a small town from its pre-electrification years…Read More →
Ian Duffy never imagined that making a cup of coffee could be so difficult. After my father, Ian, suffered two brain hemorrhages in 2012, the world as he knew it became completely transformed. He faces long-term neurological problems related to…Read More →