Sulphur is a short movie.

It merges documentary and horror, diving head first into the ceremonial weirdness of bonfire night in Lewes, Sussex. An annual event of ritual, anti-catholicism, errant fireworks and some healthy hostility between locals and outsiders.

 The shoot involved sending two crews and two actors into the furnace to explore the peccadilloes and darker dimensions of our odd, English folk traditions. 

 Sulphur was directed by Christopher Ian Smith, whose short films have played at festivals across the world. His feature documentary New Town Utopia ( is Exec Produced by Margaret Matheson (Scum, Sid and Nancy, Sleep Furiously) and due for completion in Feb 2017.

It was edited by audiovisual master Xavier Perkins (Exceeda), with a music score by analogue hauntologist Concretism (




Rencontres de Bandits-Mages 2016


Dans le cadre des Rencontres de Bandits-Mages 2016, PUMP sera projeté au théâtre Jacques-Coeur à BOURGES le 9 novembre à 18H.

Puis cliquer sur APRÈS-MIDI ZAAP à la date du 9 novembre.

Entrée libre et gratuite.

Informations au +33 (0)2 48 50 42 47


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Au plaisir de vous y voir,

Joseph David


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Akina in Paris


Akina is having a Paris week starting from tomorrow.


Starting from Tuesday 8th of November at 20:30 at Club Silencio, the AM projects crew, in collaboration with AKINA, will be projecting their new collective body of work BKK to a live DJ set created by Alex Bocchetto. 
This will consist of photo works by:

Daisuke Yokota
Hiroshi Takizawa
Laura Rodari
Olivier Pin-Fat
Tiane Doan na Champassak
Thomas Vandenberghe


You will be able to find AKINA’s books on the boat of Polycopies 


Bateau Concorde-Atlantique
Berges de Seine – Port de Solferino
75007 Paris


Wednesday Nov. 09: noon to 9pm
Thursday Nov. 10: 11am to 9pm
Friday Nov. 11: 11am to 10:30pm
Saturday Nov. 12: 11am to 6pm

We will be happy to show you Anaesthesia, by Valentina Abenavoli, Can’t pay you to disappear by Thomas Vandenberghe, BKK posters by AM Project, Grand Circle Diego by Cyril Costilhes and the sold out and final copies of Italia o Italia and Immerse. Drop a line if you want to reserve any copy. 




  • Wednesday 9th at 5pm, AM projects will be signing the posters set BKK.
  • Saturday 12th at 5pm, Thomas Vandenberghe will be signing his book Can’t pay you to disappear.
  • On Sunday 13th at 3pm, Valentina Abenavoli will be signing her book Anaesthesia at Le Bal.



Walk London site by TFL

I don’t know if it has been launched, relaunched, revamped or I am just very late to it, but I received  an email from TFL about this site which features informations and maps to walk in London, including some walks which remind of some of Iain’s most impressive expeditions.