25 February 2021
Audible Lockdown wins a short film award
Ania Reynolds & Carl Polke's Peggy Glanville-Hicks Commission Audible Lockdown has won the Best Short Film category at the Experimental Dance and Music Film Festival in Canada. The work has also been semi-finalist for the Prague International Indie Film Festival in the Best Experimental Short category.
The work was born out of the first COVID lockdown period in Melbourne, and the changes in the sonic environment of the city. You can read more about the works and watch the embedded video in Ania & Carl's blog article on Resonate.
One of 13 Peggy Glanville-Hicks Commissions, Audible Lockdown has led to a second lockdown-themed work by Reynolds & Polke, and a third one is in planning stages.
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