Andrew Kötting
(United Kingdom)

Andrew Kötting is an award winning filmmaker, artist and Professor of Time Based Media at The University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury. After leaving school he worked as a scrap metal dealer and then as a lumberjack in Scandinavia before returning to college to study Fine Art. He graduated from The Slade in London with an MA. He made numerous short films, which were awarded prizes at international film festivals before making his idiosyncratic first feature-film Gallivant (1996); a four-month journey around the coast of Britain, in which he was accompanied by his octogenarian grandmother Gladys and his daughter Eden. Subsequent feature films include This Filthy Earth in 2001, Ivul in 2009, This is our Still Life in 2011 and Swandown in 2012. His films are in the collections of Arts Council Great Britain and Centre Pompidou, France. He currently lives and works between Fougax-et-Barrineuf in the French Pyrenees and St Leonards-on-Sea on the south coast of England.

Filmography
Là Bas
down there) (1994
H.B. 1829
His Badblood) (1991
By Our Selves
2015
The Woman of Kent
2014
The Sun Came Dripping A Bucket Full Of Gold
2014
Buoyed by the irrelevance of their own self-importance
2014
This Illuminated World is Full of Stupid Men
2014
Underland Beyond the mounting fear
2013
Swandown
2012
Louyre: This Our Still Life
2011
Edgelands:Tagadada
2010
Ivul
2009
The Wake of a Deadad
2006
Too G.
2002
Nucleus Ambiguous
2002
Mapping Perception
2002
This Filthy Earth
2001
Invalids
2001
Kingdom Protista
2000
Me
1999
Gallivant
1996
Jaunt
1995
Gallivant the Pilot
1994
Festival of Brent
1993
Smart Alek
1993
Fleshfilm
1992
Hoi Polloi
1990
Acumen
1990
Hub Bub in the Baöbabs
1989
Erik and Ingrid
1988
Self Heal
1987
Anvil Head the Hun
1986
Klipperty Klopp
1984
Forgive Me
1983
Early Works
1980
Diddyköy (1992) A film by Nick Gordon Smith and Andrew Kötting
Jäckofalltrades masterofnône inalandofman eâtingtrees (1988) Performance
Donkeyhead (1998) A film by Andrew Lindsay and Andrew Kötting

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