This year’s Cinematique! Film Festival showcased 26 films by emerging young talent at the Roxy Bar & Screen, where we ran a prize for the best non-fiction and experimental film.

Two film-makers caught our attention for their creative treatment of everyday reality, and so we decided to award a prize to both of them.

Walking Portraits: Performing Asphalts by Bill Psarras creates exciting visuals from a performative walk around five London tube stations.


Peculiar Circumstance by Fan Hong pays attention to everyday street scenes and crossing the road, resulting in a humorous reassessment of the banal.


Congratulations to both film-makers!

Reeling The Real is a website dedicated to the discussion of all kinds of moving image including documentary, film essays, archive re-use, artists' moving image and more.

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