About

 

Location filming I Die of Sadness Crying For You, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nina Danino is a filmmaker, artist and academic. She studied Painting at St. Martin’s School of Art. She then studied at Environmental Media, Royal College of Art, London, an interdisciplinary contemporary media department with Peter Kardia (1925-2019) where she made multimedia works using slide/tape, audio and 16mm film.  She continued her practice in experimental film in the ambit of the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative 1981-1992. She was also a member of the editorial collective of the journal Undercut 1981-1990 which published on artists’ film and video.

 

Her films have been shown worldwide in film festivals including Edinburgh (1985), London (1992, 1998), Chicago (1994), Ann Arbor, US (2016), in cinemas; Pacific Film Archives, San Francisco (1994), NFT (2011), ICA, London (2016), Anthology Film Archives, New York (2017), in museums; CAC, Malaga (2012), National Museum of Iceland, Reykjavik (2013), Tate Modern (2016) and recently at the London Film Festival (2019), Seville European Film Festival (2019).

 Her films are in the collection of the British Film Institute National Film Archive. Visionary Landscapes is an illustrated monograph published by Black Dog Publishing (2005). She is Reader in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London. She lives and works in London.  

 

 

Filming First Memory, Royal College of Art, 1981