Above Trailer for: Spanish Labyrinth (South from Granada), 2017
62 mins

Sam Stevens is an artist, filmmaker and Lecturer at the University of Westminster where he recently completed his PhD film Spanish Labyrinth. The film traces the journey of avant-garde filmmaker Eli Lotar across Spain in 1931, echoing the main interests in his filmmaking centering around ecological, social and political realities in Europe.

His work is supported by the Arts Foundation having recently been awarded the Essay Filmmaking Fellowship 2017.

His short films have been exhibited internationally including Lo Inconmensurable, Una Idea de Europa at CENTROCENTRO, Madrid (2016), OVNI, Barcelona (2011), Goodgangsters at the Taipei Museum of Fine Art (2008) and New Semantics at the Whitechapel, London (2006), as well as his solo exhibition WHY LOOK? at The Joinery, Dublin in 2011.