Nothing Here is Perfect at Copenhagen Jazz film festival
Nothing Here is Perfect will appear in competition at the 2019 Copenhagen Jazz film festival.
It screens on 22nd February at 2.30 at the Gloria Biograf alongside ‘The Silent Eye’
Details of the screening here
(update 15th February 2019)
All of this is Everything trailer
Check out the trailer for All of this is Everything starring Clint Dyer. Ten years in development, one day shoot, two day edit. Turned out good.
(update 21st June 2018)
All of this is Everything shoot
Years in the making, dozens of drafts, but finally All of this is Everything will become a film. A four minute film. Working to about 20 seconds a year here. You just can't rush these things. Thanks to the wonderful team of Clint Dyer, Saskia Nett, and Marianne Auvinet Gould for making it happen.
(update 9th June 2018)
Guardian underground music film
The Guardian has commissioned a short film and article about improvised music as part of their underground music survey for 2017. The film features performances from Cafe Oto, shot during the recording of Nothing Here is Perfect as well as interviews with Evan Parker, John Edwards and Eddie Prévost.
(update 20th November 2017)
Brighton screening 18th October 2017
Nothing Here is Perfect will screen at Safehouse Brighton on the 18th October, before a duo performance by Trevor Watts and Stephen Grew. Details here.
(update 5th October 2017)
Wire magazine review
A fantastic review of Nothing Here is Perfect in the July 2017 edition of the Wire. If you've seen the film and wondered what to make of it, what Francis said ...
(update 8th June 2017)
Cafe Oto screening
Success at the Nothing Here is Perfect premiere at Cafe Oto! Across the weekend the film was viewed by around 300 humans and at least one dog. Thanks to all who came to check it out.
(update 20th April 2017)
Nothing Here is Perfect premiere screening
Nothing Here is Perfect will premiere at Cafe Oto in London on 14th April 2017, opening the night for the Moholo Moholo Quintet. It will then run as an installation in the Project space, across the street from the venue, over the weekend of the 15th/16th. Entry to the project space is free.
Details of the Moholo Moholo show can be found here:
(update 19th March 2017)