SARAH PUCILL
Education and Teaching
1990           MA in  Fine Art- Media - The Slade School, University College London
Since 2000 Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster

Solo screenings
2007
Greenwich Picture House, London
2006
The Millennium Film Workshop, NY
Greenwich Picture House, London  
‘Light Reading’ series, NowhereLab, London, curated by Karen Mirza and BradButler
2002
291 Gallery, London, curated by Lisa Jensen
2000
LUX, London, part of DNET Festival of Electronic & Digital Art
1998
Tate Britain, curated by Gary Thomas
1998
LUX, London

Selected group screenings and exhibitions
2008
Mother Cut, New Jersey University Gallery, curated by Siona Wilson
2007
Intervention, curated by Richard Ducker, Fieldgate Gallery
2006
Unfixed POV, curated by Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe, New York Film-Makers Co-op
PULSAR Caracas Contemporary Art Museum, touring in France, French Embassy
Archetypes, curated by Karen Miirza and Cate Shindler, Transit Space
2005
Wake, London Gallery West
Take 291, curated by Charlie Phillips, 291 Gallery
2004
Masquerade, curated by Kate Newton, Photofusion Gallery, London
A Century of Film and Video Artists, curated by David Curtis, Tate Britain
2003
Telling Tales, curated by Karen Alexander, Serpentine Gallery
The Hair Show, curated by M Farquhar and P Atherton, Tablet Gallery, London
The UK/Canadian Video Exchange, curated by Cate Elwes, South London Gallery;
TRANZ<>TECH 2003, Toronto
2000
DNet information, The Lux, London
2000
Girl, Walsall New Art Gallery,  Backcomb  curated by Angela Kingston
1999
Sweetie: Identità femminile nel video britannico, Maria Rosa (ed.),British School at Rome

Film Festivals
2007
Images Festival, Toronto
Osnabruck, European Media Art Festival
2006
Cork Film Festival, Ireland
Rencentres Internationales Paris-Berlin        
2005
Rencentres Internationales Paris-Berlin
The Magic Lantern Dream Cinema, Ciné Lumière Institute Français, London
London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
2004
Experiments of Moving image 1970-2000, curated by J Hatfield & S Littman, London
Feminale, Cologne, Germany
Kassel Documentary Film Festival, Germany
College Art Association (CAA) Art History Conference, Atlanta, USA

Articles, Publications
2007        Spring issue Vertigo Review of Taking My Skin  by Niamh MacDonnell
2007        Lux-on-line, text by Vicky Smith (www.luxonline.org.uk)
2007        A History of Artist’s Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004, David Curtis, BFI, Uni Cal Press.
2006        ‘The “autoethnographic” in Chantal Akerman’s News From Home, and an Analyssis of Almost Out and Stages of Mourning’, in Expermintal Film and
Video, Jackie Hatfield (ed.), London: John Libby, pp.83-92
2004        ‘Touching the Camera: The  body in film in the films of Nina Danino, Jo Ann Kaplan and Sarah Pucill’, Susanna Poole, in New Frontiers: essays on the
body in representation, Silvana Carotenuto and Annamaria Morelli (eds.), Aedipus, London

TV Broadcasts
1996        BSB TV Australia
1995        Carlton Television, UK
1990        Granada TV, UK

Awards
1991        Best Innovation Award, Atlanta Short Film Festival, USA (You Be Mother)
1991        Best Experimental Film Award, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Germany (You Be Mother)

Distributors
LUX, BFI, New York Filmmakers CoOp, British Council, Canyon Cinema, CFMC (Toronto)

Publications
2007        A History of Artist’s Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004, David Curtis, BFI, Uni  Cal Press.
2006        ‘The Autoethnographic’, Sarah Pucill, in An Anthology of Experimental Film and Video, Jackie Hatfield (ed.), John Libbey, London
2005        Wake, exhib. leaflet, text by Angela Kingston
2004        ‘Touching the Camera: The  body in film in the films of Nina Danino, Jo Ann Kaplan and Sarah Pucill’, Susanna Poole, in New Frontiers: essays on the
      body in representation, Silvana Carotenuto and Annamaria Morelli (eds.), Aedipus, London
      ‘Stages of Mourning’, Sarah Pucill, in Experiments in Moving Image, Jackie Hatfield (ed.),
      EpiGraph Publications, London pp.71-72, illus. p.101
2003        Masquerade: Women’s Contemporary Portrait Photography, Kate Newton and Christine Rolph (eds.), illus., ffotogallery, Cardiff, UK
      The UK/Canadian Video Exchange, The Canada Council for the Arts
2001        Women’s Artists’ Diary, Nicky Coutts, illus., The Women’s Press, London
2000        DNet information, The Lux, London

Bibliography
2007        Spring issue Vertigo Review of Taking My Skin by Niamh MacDonnell
2007        Lux-on-line, text by Vicky Smith (www.luxonline.org.uk)
2006        Chroma, Issue 4, Spring, pp.18-19
2004        Sarah Pucill, Lux-on-line, texts by Helena Blaker and Cecile Chich [www.luxonline.org.uk]
      ‘Bold Types’, Pluk, Issue 18, May/June, p.24
2000        Cherry Smyth, Art Monthly, July-August
      Helen De Witt, Make Magazine, March-May
1999        ‘Little Deaths’, Sandra Lahire,  Make Magazine, issue 83, March-May
1998        ‘The Fairies Banquet’, Sandra Lahire, Coil, Issue 7

Articles and Editorships
2007        The Short Film from an Experimental Film-makers perspective, Short Film Symposium Paul Booth, Manchester Metropolitan University
2006        ‘The “autoethnographic” in Chantal Akerman’s News From Home, and an Analyssis of Almost Out and Stages of Mourning’, in Expermintal Film and         
      Video, Jackie Hatfield (ed.), London: John Libby, pp.83-92
2004
‘Art-in-Sight’, Sarah Pucill (ed.) Filmwaves Magazine, Issue 24, no. 2
‘The Question of the Subject and the Autobiographic in Artists Moving Image
Practice’, Sarah Pucill, Filmwaves Magazine, Issue 24, no. 2, pp.5-9
‘Some thoughts on Sandra Lahire’s film Johnny Panic’, Sarah Pucill, in Experiments
in Moving Image, Jackie Hatfield (ed.), London: EpiGraph Publications, pp.76-77

Juries and panels
2007        British Filmmakers ‘Oh so British’ panel,  Creteil Film Festival, Paris
2004        Best First Feature, Feminale, Cologne Germany