Film distribution, screenings and sales
All titles available as digital files. Most of my films from Looks Familiar (1989) onward are available for screening hire as 16mm or 35mm comopt prints and digital files or DCP. The principal distributor and sales agent is Sundog Media - contact
LUX distributes 9 titles.

Reach is distributed online by Anifilm in the Czech Republic via its Aniont web portal

Animate Projects distributes Teign Spirit and the film is available for loan to all healthcare environments in the UK, including hospitals, GP surgeries, hospices and mental health facilities, as part of Paintings in Hospitals Children and Young People’s Collection.

The films As Yet Unseen and Unknown Woman are also available from EMAF (European Media Arts Festival)

On Location, Project and Sunset Strip are included in the British Council Films British Films Directory, as is Heaven is a Place, and Sea Front (directed by Stuart Moore).

Archives and public collections
Animation Research Centre (ARC) Archive, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK
Aniont Animation Online Theatre, Anifilm, Třeboň, Czech Republic
ASIFA Archive, Cinematheque, Lausanne, Switzerland
British Council, London, UK
British Artists' Film and Video Study Collection, founded in 2000 by David Curtis; University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins, London, UK
European Media Art Festival (EMAF) Archive, Osnabrück, Germany
Mediawave Archive, Győr, Hungary
MIFF Melbourne International Film Festival Archive, Australia
National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford, UK
BFI National Archive British Film Institute, London, UK
National Review of Live Art Archive University of Bristol, UK
Paintings in Hospitals London, UK
PoetryFilm Archive, London
Short Film Archive, KurzFilmAgentur, Hamburg, Germany
Southbank Centre Poetry Library, London, UK
South West Film and Television Archive (The Box from 2018) Plymouth, UK
Sydney College of Arts, the University of Sydney, Australia
Videoteca de la Fundación Provincial de Cultura, Cádiz, Spain
Whitechapel Gallery Archive, Children’s Film Library, London, UK
Women's Art Library (MAKE) Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Collections and touring programmes
Sunset Strip is included in AnimateTV: 20 years of experimental animation from the UK collection (DVD, 2010) from Animate Projects and LUX; the Into animation: a video compilation and teaching guide (VHS, 2003) available from BFI Education; and was also distributed by Animate Projects in the touring programmes Animate Retrospective and Themed programme 2: Marking Time.

Physic is included on Aune Head Arts' Dartmoor Lives and Landscapes collection (DVD, 2001).

The BFI distributed Night Sounding as part of the 1995 Free Radicals: ICA Film and Video Touring Programme (1995, 16mm), programmed in collaboration with David Curtis.

Several films are included in the One Minute collections of artists' moving image curated by Kerry Baldry:
White Body and Verge: Nocturne are included in One Minute volume 3 (released June 2009)
Twenty Foot Square is included in One Minute volume 4 (released May 2010)
Flora is included in One Minute volume 5 (released July 2011); also One Minute Remix (Treasuredome programme, August 2012) and One Minute Remix 2 (released November 2014)
Yessling is included in One Minute volume 6 (released September 2012)
Project is included in One Minute volume 7 (released August 2013)
Night Sounding is included in One Minute volume 8 (released September 2014)
Maelstrom is included in One Minute volume 9 (released May 2016)
Flow is included in One Minute volume 10 (released August 2020)
Bookings, contact:
Steven Ball, Artist, Curator, Research Fellow at Central Saint Martins writes about the One Minute project:
"We screened the very first volume of Kerry Baldry's One Minute project at cogcollective in 2007. Since then Kerry has continued to regularly curate these programmes, compiling a tremendously varied collection of sixty second films for each. Kerry seems to have an intuitive grasp of how to curate numerous short pieces into engaging and coherent self-contained programmes. By 'intuitive' I mean that while they never follow any contrived curatorial agenda, beyond their duration, in spite of their variety and diversity nothing ever seems forced or obvious on one hand, random or haphazard on the other. The other remarkable aspect of the programmes is the artists involved, many of whom have contributed work to all or most of the volumes, and many of whom are friends and colleagues of mine, indeed I have contributed films to a number of previous volumes. In this sense the One Minutes also represent a community of artists, and a self-determining one; this is a labour of love, put together without funding or the expectation of payment, but like all the best cultural endeavours because doing the work itself is worth it.
One Minute Volume Ten is now available for viewing. Previous volumes have mostly been screened cinema style in gallery spaces, arts centres, bars, and the like, with seating, and usually with several people in the room. Of course lockdown has prohibited this and One Minute Volume Ten is currently screening continuously online at Visual Container TV until 10 September. Given the nature of the screening, and the currency of the works, many of them naturally echo the conditions of these COVID-19 times as well as responding to other global and local events, and as such the One Minute project in its thirteenth year seems as urgent and current as ever.
Highly Recommended." (3 August 2020)

White Body is included on the Screenworks volume 2 DVD: the AVPhD Issue published in association with Intellect Books' Journal of Media Practice (volume 9 issue 3, November 2008), as the silent loop presented as a floor projection in the Immersion exhibition at the Land/Water and the Visual Arts annual research symposium with Plymouth University. Screenworks is a peer-reviewed publication of practice research in screen media, edited by Charlotte Crofts, and convened in 2006 by Jon Dovey. The Screenworks 2 DVD was dedicated to moving image work created as doctoral research.

White Body is included on the DVD of the exhibition HerStory, held at the Link Gallery, University of Winchester 8 June to 8 July 2011 to reflect the narrative of women's lives; produced by Women's Work

Film notes

Frame by Frame from Sundog Media on Vimeo.

The artists' moving image section includes info about most of the films I’ve made as an artist:
  • moving image work for cinema, television broadcast, gallery exhibition, urban screens and exterior projection, and online spaces
  • single channel and multiple screen work staged as an installation
  • audiovisual work for 360 and expanded cinema, 2010 to 2014
  • moving image work from the 1990s
  • my first two 16mm films, 1986 (Chapter Film Workshop, Cardiff) to 1988 (Exeter Film Workshop), which weren’t made into 16mm screening prints
  • some of the video art made as a BA fine art student at Newport Art School (Gwent College of Higher Education) 1982 to 1985