Film Entries Sofia IFF 2016
Accredited by

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard met and began working collaboratively at Goldsmiths. They initially became known for their recreations of highly charged cultural moments which pioneered the use of reenactment within contemporary visual art over a series of major live art commissions at London’s ICA in the late ‘90s. In 2003 they produced File under Sacred Music, a remake of an infamous bootleg of the Cramps playing at Napa State Mental Hospital in 1978. They have established an ongoing working relationship with Nick Cave, with their various projects together including producing the 3D audio book of his recent novel and directing a series of 14 short films, Do you love me like I love you. 20,000 Days on Earth is their first feature-length film.


2004 File Under Sacred Music – short
2005 Walking After Acconci: Redirected Approaches – short
2008 Run for Me – doc.
2009 Do You Love Me Like I Love You, Part 1–5 – doc. short
2009 Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work – short
2010 Do You Love Me Like I Love You, Part 6: The Good Son – doc. short
2010 Do You Love Me Like I Love You, Part 7: Henry's Dream – doc. short
2011 Do You Love Me Like I Love You, Part 8: Let Love In – doc. short
2013 Jumpers: What Must I Do to Be Saved – short
2014 Edit – short
2014 20,000 Days on Earth – doc.

SFF@26.01.16, 00:01: Son of Saul, a film to honour International Holocaust Remembrance Day
SFF@11.12.15, 00:12: Jameson Short Film Award's 13th edition - 20th Sofia Film Fest
SFF@30.11.15, 00:11: Awards for films presented at Sofia Meetings
SFF@10.10.15, 00:10: CentEast Market's works-in-progress selection
SFF@08.10.15, 00:10: Claudia Cardinale is back in Sofia for the premiere of her newest film "Twice Upon a Time in the West"
SFF@27.08.15, 00:08: Bulgarian participation in UNESCO Short Film Screening for Culture Night 2015
SFF@28.07.15, 00:07: Premiere of THIRST directed by Svetla Tsotsorkova in San Sebastian Film Festival
SFF@24.07.15, 00:07: Urok (The Lesson) - in The magnificent three of the 2015 LUX Film Prize competition
SFF@12.07.15, 00:07: Sofia Meetings' project "The Wednesday Child" won 'East of the West' award at 50th Karlovy Vary Film Festival

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