London on the Brink: The Demented DIY Films of Martin Fuller


LOCATION: London, Newhaven, wherever this man takes his phone. WORDS: Gareth E. Rees Martin Fuller is a fisherman who also makes films about his meandering walks and bike rides through East London’s hinterlands – from the marshes and the Olympic

How We Used to Live

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LOCATION: London DOCUMENTARY: How We Used to Live [2013, Dir. Paul Kelly] WORDS: Gareth E. Rees “Whenever you go down the roads in Britain, you travel not in three dimensions but four. The fourth dimension is the past. And as

Hand of Stabs: Asemic Approach

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LOCATION: On a road between town and country, wakefulness and dreaming MUSIC: Hand of Stabs FILM: Giles Whitehead WORDS: Gareth E. Rees This is the new work by Hand of Stabs, a progressive bone-age pagan skiffle band previously featured on Unofficial

Super Grass: A Short & Wobbly Film by Maxim Peter Griffin

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Location: Lincolnshire Maxim Peter Griffin is a landscape artist, cartographer and walker based in Lincolnshire. He also makes very short films. Super Grass It seems that this grass is super. So Mote It Be Blink and you’ll miss the horror

A Field in England – a mashup

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By Ætheric Anomalies Drone, ambience and cinematography meet in this mashup of Ben Wheatley’s ‘A Field in England’ with additional material from Julian House Trailer’s for that same film. This was originally performed by Ætheric Anomalies, an alias of the

Widdershins: A banishing ritual in the Glasgow subway

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by the Psychogeographical Commission “This recording documents the inner circle of the Glasgow Subway system which travels in an anticlockwise direction (widdershins), a constant banishing ritual performed daily upon the whole of the west side of Glasgow. The Subway first