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Film of the Same Name

United Kingdom
Director: Philip SANDERSON, Steven BALL
35 min. 2014,
with dialogue
Screenplay: Philip Sanderson and Steven Ball
Cinematographer: Steven Ball and Martin Pickles
Animator: Philip Sanderson
Music: Philip Sanderson and Steven Ball
Editor: Philip Sanderson and Steven Ball
Narrated by: William Fowler, Martin Pickles, Philip Sanderson, and Steven Ball
Cast:
William Fowler and Leigh Milsom

Film of the Same Name follows Sanderson and Ball as they revisit the haunted landscapes of their 1980s film trilogy Apostrophe S. The film melds the filmmakers' revisiting of the locations of the original films, a workshop re-enactment, and topographic animation, all set to a soundtrack of newly composed songs and music with fragmentary echoes of the earlier films. With Leigh Milsom and William Fowler reviving the original actors' performances of the ghost of a woman who dies in a car accident, and the ghost hunter who pursues her, the film becomes a cinematic revenant as elusive and intriguing as those it returns to. The original Apostrophe S trilogy comprising: A Postcard from Boxley Hill, Green on the Horizon and Hangway Turning which were all shot on Super 8 then edited on video, predates and to some extent predicts the recent vogue for artist films which combine documentary and experimental filmmaking techniques, and the phenomenon that has become known as 'hauntology’.

Philip SANDERSON, Steven BALL

Philip Sanderson founded Snatch Tapes cassette label, since the 1980s has produced work in media including video, installation and sound, which has been exhibited nationally. He lectures at London South Bank University.

Steven Ball has worked in film, video, sound and installation since the early 1980s. He exhibits internationally, and writes about moving image art. He is Research Fellow at Central Saint Martins, London. Together they have collaborated on film projects, such as Green on the Horizon, 1988, produce, release, and perform music as DIY electronic group Storm Bugs.

Sanderson Ball


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