STOP PLAY RECORD is a three-year programme (2015 -18) for creative young people aged between 16 - 24 years who are interested in making experimental short films. Selected from an annual open call, filmmakers will work with a range of professionals working with moving image to conceive and produce short films between 90 seconds and 3 minutes long.
For the second year of the programme Chisenhale Gallery is working with two artists, Korallia Stergides and Raheela Suleman.
Korallia Stergides recently graduated from BA Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins. Forthcoming activities include a residency at The Watermill Foundation, Summer Program 2016, New York and a performance at Next Choreography Festival, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.
Raheela Suleman is a filmmaker and writer from London. She is studying for a degree in Film Studies at Queen Mary University. Her first short film Alien, 2015 was screened at Tate Britain as part of Eye Want Change and at gal-dem Winter Film Festival, 2016. Inspired by the video games of her childhood, Suleman has produced a short film 'Exist Without Anyone Knowing' (2017). See the film here.
STOP PLAY RECORD forms part of a joint initiative between Arts Council England and Channel 4, which sees the Institute of Contemporary Arts lead a London Network in partnership with Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Chisenhale Gallery, DAZED, Kingston University and SPACE.