Institutional Bodies, Moving Images
Conference co-organised with Astrid Korporaal, Autumn 2021. Supported by Leeds University and IAMHIST
details to follow

First Look Film Festival
MOMI, New York
North American premiere, Intimate Distances
Sunday July 25th, 4pm

Rencontres Berlin
25-29 August 2021
Haus de Kulturen der Welt (HKW)  Berlin
Intimate Distances screening & Q&A.
Details to follow

Our Other Us
Arts Foundation Biennial, Romania
details to follow

Autumn 2021 selection of films from previous
festival edition

Tiger Lives
Vladivoskok Festival, Russia (online)
Tiger Lives

The Hunterian, Glasgow
solo exhibition of  film, photographic and performance work. Glasgow, Spring 2022
The Hunterian

Intimate Distances in the expanded cinema section of Jeonju International Film Festival,
Korea - April/May 2021

Sunday 28th, 2pm 2021
Rencontres Internationale

Transcinema, Peru

Phillip Warnell participating in Woche der Kritik programme
Berlin Film Festival, Woche der Kritik programme

Post-digital Cultures Centre, Coventry University, Nov 2020

Filipa Ramos talk  "Three Tiger Tales" looks at three tiger‒human encounters in artists' cinema—Apichatpong Weerasethakul's "Tropical Malady", Phillip Warnell's "Ming of Harlem" and Saodat Ismailova's "The Haunted". These films are the starting point for a reflection on the entanglement of human‒animal relationships at the crossroads of cultural, natural and environmental histories.
Speaker: Filipa Ramos, independent curator and Film curator at Art Basel, London
LOOP Barcelona

A retrospective of six films by Phillip Warnell is taking place (remotely) at the Docbsas film festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina in October 2020

Written contribution to Cinema 12 Journal of Film and Philosophy: Images of the Real, philosophy and documentary film
Journal of philosophy& the moving image, Lisbon
Intimate Distances is screening at  Viennale, Vienna
more info in Viennale Materials
Valdivia, Chile (competition)
Black Canvas, Mexico
MIDBO, Colombia
Open City docs, London

Ming of Harlem in exhibition
Opens Sept 7th, 2020, Ming of Harlem two screen film installation and photographs at Coreana Museum of Art, Seoul South Korea

Book chapter ‘Fearful Symmetry’  in ‘Ethical Materialities in art and moving image’, Bloomsbury 2020 (editor Silke Panse)

Catalogue contribution to 
‘Sleeping with a Tiger’
K-Gold Temporary Gallery, Lesvos

The skin of others
article by Phillip Warnell with images by Yuki Yakamoto for Antennae Journal, March 2020
Issue available NOW as a free download

Intimate Distances
world premiere in April 2020
at ‘Visions du Reel’, Nyon Switzerland
competition screenings in 2020 tba

Design and Film
symposium at Dorich House,
Jan 8th 2020

Becoming My Extinction
Bucharest, Romania
Ming of Harlem part of exhibition screening programme

Contributing to FIDCampus as a visiting director, 9-10 July 2019

The Open
(new film project in development) accepted into FIDLab.
presenting on July 11-12 in Marseille

Q&A and text for a Wellcome Trust performance, 25' x 25' by Myrto Farmaki, on thursday 10th May 2019.

Screening at MOMI New York,
April 28th 2019
Ming of Harlem

Screening at Cineteca, Madrid
Feb 2019...details to follow. The Girl with x-ray eyes

Glasgow University Event
Ways of Seeing Ourselves: visions of human embodiment from Hunter to today
Weds 28th November, 5.15pm-6.30pm, followed by wine reception. Hunterian Art Gallery

Strange Foreign Bodies
Presenting 'Outlandish' in installation at The Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow in sept 2018

The Flying Proletarian
screening in competition at Moscow international experimental film festival (MIEFF), sept 2018

The Flying Proletarian
Screening at Tate Modern. The Cloud Project, October 2018. details to follow

Ming of Harlem
Screening at Block Cinema, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA
April 26th, 2018 (details to follow)
Block Cinema

Outlandish & The Flying Proletarian
Screening at Harvard Film Archive (HFA) Cambridge USA
on May 7th 2018 at 7pm.
(a scented screening).
"Warnell’s long fascination with the enigmas of the animal world and its relation to the human is made clear across these probing and formally astute films." Haden Guest, Director of HFA

Ming of Harlem & Outlandish
Screening at Visions experimental film centre, Montreal
on May 24th 2018.

British Film and Video
Space 55, Seoul Korea – 1- 20 Dec 2017
two films in installation, with catalogue
The Flying Proletarian and Ming of Harlem
exhibition curated by Ian (director of 'eyeball')
nominated by Andrea Lissoni, Head of Film, Tate Modern
studio 55

Box with the sound of its own making
Projection Salon, Bucharest, Romania Nov 8 – Dec 17 2017
exhibition curated by Mihnea Mircan
Works by: Philip Metten, Geert Goiris, Susanne Kriemann, Fabio Mauri, Phillip Warnell
Lecture-performances by: Sarah Browne, Erik Bünger, Ho Rui An
Films by: Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Daria Martin, Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni, Phillip Warnell, Erik Bünger, Sarah Browne, Anja Kirschner & David Panos, Josef Dabernig, Laure Prouvost, Anri Sala, Bedwyr Williams, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Pauline Curnier Jardin
Box with the sound

Animality, Cinemality, Criminality
Public talk on current research at Harvard Film Archive (HFA), Cambridge USA
February 21st at 4pm

The Girl with X-ray Eyes
Screening at Metrograph, New York City, 2018
details to follow

In any direction
work in progress exhibition by Radcliffe visual art/film fellows
Byerly Hall, Harvard from Feb 1st
in any direction

The Dark Side of the Moon - alternative art in Madrid in the 90s
Centrocentro gallery Oct 20 – Feb 4 2018
Screenings of Shock/threesome

Out of the Tongues
Museo Tamayo contemporary art museum, Mexico City - Feb 17th 2018 4pm - Ming of Harlem (plus video interview with Phillip Warnell)
culmination screening of a program to accompany Jorge Satorre's exhibition 'The Dead Animals'

Essay on Ming of Harlem by Filipa Ramos featured in a publication for 2 or 3 Tigers
exhibition at HKW Centre, Berlin, 2017
2 or 3 Tigers

Fearful Symmetry
Warnell's text 'Fearful Symmetry' will appear in 'Ethical Materialities in art and moving image', Bloomsbury Press, 2018