Wednesday, March 23, 2005

New book on the films of Nina Danino

Visionary Landscapes The Films of Nina Danino was launched last night in the UK.

Visionary Landscapes is the first book on the widely celebrated Gibraltarian filmmaker and writer Nina Danino. It includes an analysis of Danino’s films such as the seminal Stabat Mater, 1990, “Now I am yours”, 1992, and Temenos, 1998.

Visionary Landscapes presents colour sections from each of her films as well as production and background documentation and filmography.

The essays are by the filmmaker herself, by Louise Gray, a music and performance critic who writes for numerous publications including The Independent on Sunday, The Wire and Art Review; S Brent Plate, a theorist of religion and visual culture who has published widely and is currently teaching at Texas Christian University; JJ Tellez, a writer, journalist and broadcaster based in Seville; and Helen de Witt, a film specialist who works at the British Film Institute, London.

This publication is supported by the Arts Council and Goldsmiths College, London.

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Visionary Landscapes: The Films of Nina Danino


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