Media Practice

Media Practice

  • Alone Together

    Alone Together

    Esther Johnson's film, Alone Together, the Social Life of Benches illuminates the thoughts and memories of frequent users of two public spaces in London: General Gordon Square, Woolwich and St Helier Open Space, Sutton.

  • My Funeral Song

    My Funeral Song

    My Funeral Song continues an investigation, initiated by Beban & Sprung in 2000, of ‘how can new technologies and subjectivity be used for telling stories that the official histories are unable to tell?’

  • The Empty Plan

    The Empty Plan

    The Empty Plan interrogates the relationship between theory and practice in the theatre of Bertolt Brecht; addressing the researching question of Brecht and art and his un-realized dream of its supersession through revolutionary practice, considering the possibilities of ‘committed art’ and its practical, theoretical and formal limits.

  • Chevolution


    Chevolution is an interrogation of the impactful journey of the famous image of Che Guevara taken at a memorial service in Havana in 1960 by Alberto Korda

  • Point Annihilation

    Point Annihilation

    Building on the question of cinematic point of view in her previous film 'Relativity', Virginia Heath researched, wrote and directed the 30 mins film “Point Annihilation” (2005) which is set in New Zealand and investigates the conflict between two cultural points of view or ways of seeing the world.

  • Relativity


    Researched and directed by Virginia Heath, “Relativity”, was recognised by the Berlinale Short Film Competition Jury for its cinematic investigation of point of view in short narrative film and acknowledged for its exploration of the related questions of “reality and the perception of reality, truth and the perception of truth, sex and the perception of sex”.

  • From Scotland With Love

    From Scotland With Love

    Virginia Heath’s current research project 'From Scotland With Love' takes the form of a 70-minute poetic documentary film created entirely from archive film material which Heath researched over several months in the National Library of Scotland / Scottish Screen Archive.

  • Little Lost David: Devil Don't Mind

    Little Lost David: Devil Don't Mind

    Little Lost David is an 11 mins experimental music documentary film written and directed by Virginia Heath. Her process of writing and directing the film, was focused on investigating the most appropriate visual and audio strategies to reflect the unique, experimental musical structure of Little Lost David (aka David J Roch)’s songs.

  • My Dangerous Loverboy

    My Dangerous Loverboy

    My Dangerous Loverboy, researched, written and directed by Virginia Heath, addresses the question of how to engage the creative talents of vulnerable and marginalized young women, making their experience visible to public and governing agencies, to bring about change.

  • Elevation


    Elevation is a unique portrait of Sheffield's (in)famous Park Hill estate, created during an eclipse period between clearance and reinvention.

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