In conversation between Phillip Warnell and Jean-Pierre Rehm, Director of FID Marseille film festival.
Ming of Harlem UK premiere screening, 2015
Black Canvas film festival talk, 2020
on Intimate Distances
The Design Film Festival, 2020
reading from a screenplay
MOMI, New York
in conversation with Diana Reiss and others, 2019
Schermo dell'arte film festival, Florence
Video Interview, 2014
The Beast with Two Backs
Mutuality, Exchange and Transfiguration between Animals
CRASSH Media Centre, Cambridge University, 2013
Projections of Animality
Natural History Museum talk at 'Unruly Creatures' symposium, 2011
"Using examples from his screen-based work and research, Phillip Warnell discusses ideas on the animal (and human) body, at the point where an additional cinematic or phenomenological element has established a ‘projection of animality’. From exaggeration and disappearance through strangeness, displacement or mechanical means, light emitting organs and privilege of speed, the stretching and shape shifting of bodily formats and their dimensionality anticipates science and fiction melding into an emergent, shared space of hybridity, symbiosis and transfiguration.
Intimate Distances: Mutuality, Contestation and Exchange.
Body, Art, Disease Symposium: Art-Science Centre, 2010
UCLA (with Lisa Cartwright: author of screening the body)
in-conversation with Roger Kosa for retrospective, October 2020