Playlist time! A quick look at AND 2013’s programme of screenings and directorial Q&A sessions. Just add popcorn.

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AND Film Trailers

Sun 22 Sep 2013

A court case illuminates what happens when a meme comes back to haunt its maker.

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Memes On Trial

Mon 08 Jul 2013

Artist duo HeHe provided a highlight of AND 2012 with their ‘train project’ M:Blem. They’re back with a new work at FACT, Liverpool.

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AND veterans revisit the North West

Tue 02 Jul 2013

The last part of Tim Brunsden’s evolving, episodic work. Will the star, Scottee, realise his dream of Twitter success?

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Follow – Episode 4

Thu 06 Sep 2012

Who’s who at our Thursday night audiovisual party, courtesy of project coordinator Christina Millare.

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Preview: Machines By Other Means

Tue 28 Aug 2012

The latest part of Tim Brunsden’s evolving, episodic documentary about one man’s quest for Twitter success.

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Follow – Episode 3

Fri 24 Aug 2012

Scottee continues his quest to uncover the secret of Twitter popularity in episode 2 of Tim Brunsden’s ongoing film series.

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Follow Episode 2 out now

Fri 27 Jul 2012

As Twitter celebrates its sixth birthday, Nick Holloway looks at Follow, an evolving, online documentary that has an unusual take on the popular microblogging service and social network

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A tough act to Follow

Wed 04 Jul 2012

Have launch, will travel. We reflect on our preview weekend of Jun 22-23. Including: Stanya Kahn exhibition photos, latest publications, pics from our Swandown premiere and Q&A, plus details of our recently launched Online Projects.

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Preview weekend round-up

Fri 29 Jun 2012

Playlist time! A quick look at AND 2011’s programme of screenings and directorial Q&A sessions. Just add popcorn.

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AND film rundown

Tue 27 Sep 2011

What is hairoism? Register to participate in Oreet Ashery’s forthcoming AND project to find out.

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An Act Of Hairoism

Fri 05 Aug 2011

Want to know more about AND? This video of an inspiring talk by Jim Gilliam sums up our current thinking.

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The Internet Is My Religion

Fri 22 Jul 2011