Scott Barley (nascido em 11 de novembro de 1992, Wales, Reino Unido) é um cineasta e artista britânico. Seu trabalho tem sido associado aos movimentos de cinema Remodernista e Slow, e estão principalmente preocupados com o antropoceno, natureza, escuridão, cosmologia, fenomenologia e misticismo. Seus métodos de cinema foram comparados com David Lynch, Stan Brakhage, Philippe Grandrieux, Béla Tarr, Alexander Sokurov, Maya Deren e Jean Epstein.Desde o início de 2015, Barley filmou quase exclusivamente seus filmes em um iPhone.
Filmes e Séries de TV
Sleep Has Her House
As sombras dos gritos sobem além das colinas. Já aconteceu antes. Mas esta será a última vez. Os últimos sentem-no, retirando-se para o fundo da floresta. Eles clamam para o preto, à medida que as som...
The Green Ray
A Green Ray that never features. Instead, we sense it, seeing beyond our own eyes, beyond the hills, we sense it for an instant. We are plunged into the unknowable, beyond the horizon, beyond seeing a...
The Mouth screams. It swells, hunting the night like a snake in the dark. The laceration tears through the stars, devouring its meal. In an infinite womb, limbs drift suspended, like flies in a giant ...
A Silence. Two deer. Mother and child. Curiosity and the World. Being and responding. Love and courage. A gesture. Alone in the woods inside an imperfect image. A film of three shots. A passing.
Through a structuralist and simultaneously ambiguous form, the image's reality treads closer to the abstract, leaving the sunset and trees behind. As we enter the image's gloaming, it reveals its true...
Upon liminal spheres where dreams are woven, Adrift between stars and the trees, I pass closer to the golden dawn. There’s a warmth beyond the shadow. I feel the aurum under my eyelids, And I hop...
A silent poem to celebrate the winter light and the sense of solitude that it brings.
Blue Permanence / Swan Blood
Above all, an experiment. Two identical films mirror each other. The only thing that differentiates between them is colour and sound, which is simply reversed. Through the use of just colour and sound...
Darkness has crept in. The hours pass quietly. A window ajar. A shadow observes the moonlight from the window.
Through a series of hauntingly beautiful, chiaroscuro vignettes, the poignant deterioration of an elderly woman's life is observed.
It is nightfall. A hunter lurks in the darkness, wandering further towards the impenetrable. Do the meanings lie in the stream, in the mountains, the stars, or in the death of things?
The Sadness of the Trees
Two separate, yet poetically connected films that act as a threnody on nature; with the trees as silent observers to Man's insidious desolation. Mikel Guillen's film is dedicated to the artist, Hirosh...
Waves run across the surface of the sea. A blanket of fog has descended, shrouding the far side of the water in dark mist. We hear a disturbance in the sea's surface, out of our line of sight. A man s...
An audio-visual collaboration between Italian ambient/drone musician, Easychord and UK filmmaker, Scott Barley. Guided by Easychord's haunting, bodily piece, the Scott Barley's visuals explore and in...
Several figures move through the darkness on a cliff-edge. An inaudible conversation near the brow of the cliff may be the cause for the group to disband. The rest of the film follows the solitary jou...
"Retirement. My retirement. After a long stretch of intense work on a project that I wasn't passionate about, I finally had a little time to make something I truly wanted. Solitude. A subtle use of ma...
"[...] Looking back, I now feel that I understand that the film was my response to the two entities, Man and Nature competing for space in the local vicinity where I lived, ergo layers of images and s...
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