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SCREENING: AF Fellow Andrew Kotting screens Disabled and Disorderly at BFI London Film Festival

AF Fellow Andrew Kotting has collaborated with his daughter Eden Kotting to create a short film Diseased and Disorderly, showing at the 2021 BFI London Film Festival!⁠ ⁠

Diseased and Disorderly is a film that uses the paintings, drawings and collages of the neurodiverse artist Eden Kötting to make imagistic gold. Assisted by her father Andrew Kötting, the 2D animator Glenn Whiting and the 3D animator Isabel Skinner the collaboration takes us on a phantasmagorical journey into a world of Eden’s making and then beyond.⁠ ⁠

“Conceived before last year’s Lockdown but inspired by the situation in which we find ourselves today, Diseased And Disorderly is a celebration of difference and the glorification of persistence.”⁠ ⁠

DIRECTOR: ANDREW KÖTTING IN COLLABORATION WITH EDEN KÖTTING (CO-CREATOR AND ARTIST)

PRODUCER: REBECCA MARK-LAWSON

WRITERS: ANDREW KÖTTING, HATTIE NAYLOR

ANIMATORS: GLENN WHITING AND ISABEL SKINNER ⁠ ⁠

Screening in ‘What Are You Looking At?” Saturday 16 October 2021 15:20 ICA, Screen 1