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Marcus Cope
Lulu Cottell
Dexter Dymoke

Cath Ferguson
Margaret Higginson
Chloe Farrar






 

 

 
EDUCATION & PROJECTS  | 2019


Past events

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SHARING SHORTS | Maggie Higginson
Friday 20 September 2019

This is a sharing event of short films by London-based film makers. A mixture of filmakers new to the medium, APT artists who make art films and professional documentary makers  local to Deptford.

A great many thanks to teachers of film at Citi-Lit, especially those who teach the documentary film making course.  Many thanks also to Liz May at APT Studios and Gallery

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Two films about Chris Killip, with one about John Riddy
Monday 2 September 2019
A fundraising event for APT's new education space

A.P.T Gallery is delighted to be showing three films about the work of two great British photographers, Chris Killip and John Riddy, on 2 September 2019.

In Matthew Killip’s film, made this year, his father Chris speaks to camera at his home in Boston USA, for 50 mns, about his life and work during the 1980s, with photographic stills to illustrate each section. It was shown at The Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol earlier this year.

The short film Skinningrove 2013, 15 mns, by Michael Almereyda, is about a group of photographs Killip made in the fishing village of that name, in North Yorkshire; it won a prize for the best short documentary at the Sundance Festival in 2013.

The short film John Riddy, 2019, 13 mns, by Jeanne Van Der Horst was made to accompany a major retrospective of his work at the De Pont Museum in the Netherlands this year.

Before the screenings John Riddy was in Conversation with Mali Morris, a painter who has a studio at A.P.T, about how much they both admire the work of Chris Killip, where they first met him, and how his photographs differ from those of Riddy’s own.

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Gordon and Chritch’s Cart, Seacoal Beach, Lynemouth, Northumberland 1982
Copyright Chris Killip