27/9/20 - Radio Commons

27/9/20 – Radio Commons

  An infrequent foray outside the moving image, ‘Mutual Effects: Food, Care and the Commons in Sheffield’ will be aired by the Paris-based Radio Commons project – http://radio-commons.eu/en/homepage/ – at 4pm – 6pm CET (3pm – 5pm UK) this Sunday 27th September. “Mutual Effects is art as social research, a tapestry of sound drawing on […]

14-16/8/19 - Supernormal!!!

14-16/8/19 – Supernormal!!!

    Yes! ‘Acts Of Quiet Resistance’ will be screened at this year’s Supernormal festival. We are happy. “SUPERNORMAL is a three-day, experimental arts and music festival taking place at Braziers Park, Oxfordshire. Independent and uncompromising, it champions multi-faceted, exploratory art and music from the underground, margins and fringes to impart inspiring and engaging encounters […]

31/07/19 - Old Tractor Shed, Cornwall

31/07/19 – Old Tractor Shed, Cornwall

Thrilled to be heading back to the Old Tractor Shed in Cornwall, where our favourite screening of ‘Taking The Michael’ happened all those years ago (seven). Check out @outsidefilm on Facebook for details if you’re in the area.

4-5/4/2019 - micro-season of films @ Cube Microplex

4-5/4/2019 – micro-season of films @ Cube Microplex

We are absolutely thrilled to have been invited to screen ‘The Art Of Moving Slowly’, a micro-season of Ian Nesbitt’s films at the best cinema in the land, Cube Microplex in Bristol. The second night of the event is also a world premiere for Ian’s new film, made in collaboration with its’ subject Michael Ransley […]

08/02/19 Acts Of Quiet Resistance

08/02/19 Acts Of Quiet Resistance

New film coming soon!!! Watch this space.

27/9/20 – Radio Commons
27/9/20 - Radio Commons

  An infrequent foray outside the moving image, ‘Mutual Effects: Food, Care and the Commons in Sheffield’ will be aired by the Paris-based Radio Commons project – http://radio-commons.eu/en/homepage/ – at 4pm – 6pm CET (3pm – 5pm UK) this Sunday 27th September. “Mutual Effects is art as social research, a tapestry of sound drawing on […]

14-16/8/19 – Supernormal!!!
14-16/8/19 - Supernormal!!!

    Yes! ‘Acts Of Quiet Resistance’ will be screened at this year’s Supernormal festival. We are happy. “SUPERNORMAL is a three-day, experimental arts and music festival taking place at Braziers Park, Oxfordshire. Independent and uncompromising, it champions multi-faceted, exploratory art and music from the underground, margins and fringes to impart inspiring and engaging encounters […]

31/07/19 – Old Tractor Shed, Cornwall
31/07/19 - Old Tractor Shed, Cornwall

Thrilled to be heading back to the Old Tractor Shed in Cornwall, where our favourite screening of ‘Taking The Michael’ happened all those years ago (seven). Check out @outsidefilm on Facebook for details if you’re in the area.

4-5/4/2019 – micro-season of films @ Cube Microplex
4-5/4/2019 - micro-season of films @ Cube Microplex

We are absolutely thrilled to have been invited to screen ‘The Art Of Moving Slowly’, a micro-season of Ian Nesbitt’s films at the best cinema in the land, Cube Microplex in Bristol. The second night of the event is also a world premiere for Ian’s new film, made in collaboration with its’ subject Michael Ransley […]

08/02/19 Acts Of Quiet Resistance
08/02/19 Acts Of Quiet Resistance

New film coming soon!!! Watch this space.

01/11/18 Social Art Summit
01/11/18 Social Art Summit

We’ve been invited to curate the film strand of work for the forthcoming Social Art Summit in Sheffield, which is super exciting. Over two-days artists from around the country will come together to share practice, showcase work and explore what it means to be making art through social engagement right now. Artists, activists, community groups, […]

05/04/17 Screening Event
05/04/17 Screening Event

#2: Fight Absurdity With Absurdity And Lies With Truth The second event in a series of roughly quarterly Out/Side/Film screening events throughout 2017 showing submitted and selected short documentary, experimental film, artists’ moving image, found footage and oddities from all over the world. The films this time have been selected to respond indirectly and occasionally […]

05/04/2017 Flatpack Film Festival
05/04/2017 Flatpack Film Festival

Really happy to have two films – ‘The Cut’ and ‘Sketches Of Brunei c.1978’ featured in Flatpack Festival’s programme in Birmingham this year. The Cut is featuring as part of the Gongoozling canal programme and Sketches… is being given a live soundtrack by the excellent electronic composer and instrument builder George Rogers. Exciting! Sketches of […]

05/01/2017 Submission Opportunity
05/01/2017 Submission Opportunity

Out/Side/Film – www.outsidefilm.org.uk – is beginning the New Year with a new idea. We are looking for short documentary, experimental film, artists’ moving image, found footage and oddities to be screened  at roughly quarterly events throughout 2017. Submissions are invited on any subject or format whatsoever but we are particularly interested in films that in […]

10/8/15 From Misery to Happiness: On the History of Social Housing and Land Settlement
10/8/15 From Misery to Happiness: On the History of Social Housing and Land Settlement

Pleased to announce a screening of ‘Settlers In England’ as part of this programme at the Prinzessinnengarten urban growing project in Berlin on 10/8/15.

27/7/15 The Cut!
27/7/15 The Cut!

Exactly one year ago on July 28th 2014, Ian Nesbitt set out with avant-folk collective Dead Rat Orchestra as they embarked from London Canal Museum, bound for Bristol on the canals and waterways on Southern England. ‘The Cut’ is a film made up of a series of daily entries that reflect that idiosyncratic journey. The […]

12/6/15 A Model Community premiere screening
12/6/15 A Model Community premiere screening

‘A Model Community’ will have it’s first screening in New Bolsover on Saturday 13th June. It is a new film by Ian Nesbitt in collaboration with Friends Of New Bolsover, the newly formed residents’ association. It is the third in a triptych of films exploring peripheral social histories in the Bolsover area. The 200 houses […]