November 29th 2019 | More info
Obscuritads (the film collective of Scott Barley, Mikel Guillen, Sebastian Wiedemann & Miquel Escudero Diéguez) will screen a collection of their work at Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros Museum in Mexico City, as part of the CODEC International Experimental Cinema Festival.

November 28th & 29th 2019
Scott Barley will take part in panel discussion on the spectrum of the film industry at Falmouth university with Dr. Neil Fox on 28th November. A filmmaker’s masterclass will take place the following day.

November 25th 2019 | More info
The Nadežda Petrović Art Gallery, in Čačak, Serbia will host a retrospective screening Scott Barley’s short films – all remastered in 2019 – on November 25th. The screening will be introduced by Ivan Velisavljevic, a film and literary critic and editor of the Alternative Film Archive of the Academic Film Center, Belgrade. An open discussion will follow.

October 19th–20th 2019 | More info
The 2019 edition of The Slow Film Festival will host a retrospective of Scott Barley’s short films, Hunter, Passing, Closer, and The Green Ray, and feature-length debut, Sleep Has Her House.

October 15th 2019 | More info
Sleep Has Her House will screen at CLOSE-UP cinema, London, as part of the Live Cultures programme.

October 11th–12th 2019 | More info
The Centre of Contemporary Culture Barcelona will host a two-day workshop with Scott Barley, ending with a screening of Sleep Has Her House on the second day, followed by a Q&A.

October 4th 2019 | More info
Womb will be screening at the International Festival of Experimental Video Process of Error, in Valparaíso, Chile, in the exhibition "Insurgencias Fronterizas", organised by Frontera-Sur Film Festival.

September 26th 2019 |
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Sleep Has Her House will be screening at Ars Independent festival in Katowice, Poland, on 26th September at 19:30pm as part of their Sound and Vision programme.

August 8th 2019 | More info
The world premiere of the remastered version of Sleep Has Her House will take place at The Institute of Modern Art, Australia, in Brisbane. The screening will be introduced by Greg Hainge.