Sarah Pucill: Film Screenings
Thursday 30 March – Sunday 10 September 2023
This page lists upcoming film screenings and projections of the work of Sarah Pucill. For more information, visit www.sarahpucill.co.uk
Phantom Rhapsody (2010) & The Impossible Realised in a Magic Mirror: clips from Magic Mirror (2013/compiled 2023) in the online exhibition Vortic
30 March – 10 September 2023
Online exhibition curated by Beth Greenacre
‘Confessions to the Mirror’ (2016) screening at Soulages Museum, Rodez, France
17 May 2023
Screening as part of Gay Prize, curated by Andrea Fontanille.
Magic Mirror (2013) at National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
16 October 2022
Dark Mirrors: The Double in Cinema
Adding to the experience of The Double: Identity and Difference in Art since 1900, this film series taps into the rich history of doubled forms in motion pictures with stories of twins, clones, alter egos, revenants, dream selves, and doppelgängers.
The series includes adventure movies, crime stories, comedies, literary adaptations, and tales inspired by real-life events. Throughout its history, cinema has created techniques such as the split image, multiple exposures, motion control, and other tools to portray multiple elements within the frame on the big screen.
Stages of Mourning (2004) at Evagoras Lanitis Centre, Cyprus (South)
7 August 2022
Films by Queer Women
A compilation of contemporary short films ranging from video art to performance for camera and animation, by international artists exploring the intricacies of lesbian desire and identity and the politics of the queer body.
Curated by Natalia Damigou-Papoti and Diana Georgiou
Magic Mirror (2013) at The Lexi Cinema, Kensal Rise, London
19 July 2022
TLC: Juliet Jacques: Magic Mirror
As part of a trans-led film strand.
Programmed by Rebecca Del Tufo.
Juliet Jacques who selected the film will be present at the screening for a Q+A with the filmmaker.
from Magic Mirror and Confessions to the Mirror
L’AVENTURE INVISIBLE by Marcus Lindeen
at Theatre de Gennevilliers, Paris in the program of festival d’automne 2022.
Tour Venues: Wiener Festwoche, Vienna, AustriaPiccolo Teatro in Milan, Italy; Teatro di India in Rome, Italy; Festival Act’Oral, Marseilles, France, Comédie de Caen in Normandie, France