Friday, 4 December 2009

Snail Teen Snail High

Unfinished epic snail drama staring Fergus' giant African Land Snails.

Complex group relations are mutated and elevated to new and bizarre extreems when mind controlling parasites get involved....... But will love survive?

Sunday, 22 November 2009


Poster we made for a screening of Curt McDowell's Thundercrack!

Oct 24th 09

Mulder and Scully Float on Warm Air

Commissioned drawings by Giles Oldershaw float on warm air when the heating comes on.

Thursday, 19 November 2009

why are you weird?





by Zach Shipko and Tucker Bennett

Curtis Jackson is studying performance art at one of the most prestigious art schools in the nation, yet he is still unable to live down the shame of his devastating past as a high school swimmer who was exposed as having webbed feet. In this heart warming, coming of age tale Curtis must overcome his insecurities and finally obtain the girl of his dreams all while still trying to explore his creative path and get a good grade at the end of the semester.
Why Are You Weird was shot in the year of our lord, 2009 utilizing state of the art VHS and 8mm video.

Oscar, Hollie and i are in this (very briefly).

Saturday, 20 June 2009

screening 23rd of june

Online invitation

witness the mysterious mystical madness as the fiff converges with time, space and the seasons to bring you an extraordinary evening of increased solar flux.

fiff celebrates midsummer with fire, magic carpets*, and a double feature:

George Kuchar's epic technicolour teen drama

We may also premier one or two very short films by joe campbell and oscar oldershaw made in San Francisco

* to be confirmed

Hope to see you there. Don’t forget to bring blankets, drinks and popcorn etc!

“Popcorn. Perfect for the movie”
– George Kuchar

Tuesday, 7 April 2009


"going upstate while my flatmate turns the lights on and off in our apartment"

Dia Beacon, New York

At the time of writing this, I was lodging with Hayden Dunham (from the previous post) in the appartment in which a large part of the film 'Fatal Attraction' (directed by Adrian Lyne, 1987), was shot. The performance was an allusion to events of the film and explored ideas of simultaneity and layered histories / realities. It was also an attempt to explore the contrast between a specific site and one of some inditermancy.

Still from 'Fatal Attraction', 1987

My appartment, NYC, 2009

Monday, 23 February 2009

Fiddler's Island

A small patch of land on Fiddler's Island, Port Meadow, Oxford.

Friday, 16 January 2009