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Parable of the Return

Wilson left home in Medellin (Colombia) on his way to Bogota but he never arrived to his destination. Thirty years later after the peace agreements with the FARC, he returns from his exile in London to meet his family who believe him dead. The plane journey shapes a parable just like the title of the poem by Porfirio Barba Jacob.

Artists

Juan Soto

After graduating from the three-year regular course of Documentary Filmmaking at the International Film and Television School (EICTV) in Cuba, Juan Soto moved to London where he works as a freelance film editor and AV Technician in art projects of multidisciplinary natures.

Artists

Izzi Valentine

Izzi Valentine is a multidisciplinary artist and neuroqueer mischief-maker from London. They work across e-textiles, jewellery, costume, film, writing and curation.

Artists

Michael Achtman

Michael is a writer and filmmaker whose work spans narrative and non-narrative genres. He is also an audio describer and access consultant. For the past decade, he has collaborated with Deaf and disabled artists to create film and video work that explores accessible artistic practice.

Residencies

filmpro has sponsored and supported events including our series of “filmpro lates”, curated one-night digital exhibitions in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursdays series. all

Commissions

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Events

filmpro has sponsored and supported events including our series of “filmpro lates”, curated one-night digital exhibitions in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursdays series. all

News

In conversation with… Guy Bar-Amotz and Piers O’Hanlon

Continuing our series of artist interviews, filmpro Executive Director Chas de Swiet spoke to artistic collaborators Guy Bar-Amotz and Piers O’Hanlon about collaboration and the prospect (unlikely as it turns out, in their view) of an AI takeover.

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