Paul Bush | U.K., 2012 | 90 min | Rated AA | HDCAM | English
Friday November 16, 2012 – 11:00am
Babeldom is a city so massive and growing at such a speed that soon, it is said, light itself will not escape its gravitational pull. How can two lovers communicate, one from inside the city and one outside? This is an elegy to urban life, against the backdrop of a city of the future, a portrait assembled from film shot in modern cities all around the world and collected from the most recent research in science, technology and architecture.
About Paul Bush
Bush was born in 1956 and studied Fine Art at Central School and Goldsmiths College, London. He taught himself how to make films while a member of the London Film-makers Co-op and Chapter Film Workshop in Cardiff. From 1981 to 1993 he taught film-making, establishing a film workshop in South London and supervising a wide variety of courses and the production of numerous student films. between 1995 and 2001 he taught on the visual arts course at Goldsmiths. He has lectured, run workshops and tutored at numerous art and film courses around the world including the Media Academy of Cologne, National Film Board of Canada, The Netherlands Institute of Animation Films, CalArts, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Turin, St Lukas in Brussels, KASK in Ghent, Anadolou University in Turkey, HGK Lucerne, and the Royal College of Arts, Duncan of Jordanstone and the National Film and Television School in Britain.
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