I Have Become a Stranger to My House

Dir. Gwendolen Osmond
Based on a poem by Helen Clare
Voice: Anne Coutinot
RT: 3.13

About the Film

A live action montage celebrating the peculiar idiosyncrasies that make a house a home, that can equally conspire to alienate us if we leave it for too long. Gwendolen Osmond has previously made videos and documentaries for the Number One selling band The Ting Tings.

Gwendolen Osmond is a French/English filmmaker/artist. She has previously worked on music based projects both independently and collaboratively with multi media artists Soup Collective including, The Ting Tings’ ‘London, Berlin, New York, Salford Art Project,’ Take That ‘Beautiful World’ documentary, The Halle Orchestra, The Verve, James, WeArePerformance, as well as various work including: fashion photography & films and narrative based work shown at the Lipanjepuntin Contemporary Art Gallery, Rome, BBC Big Screen, Latitude festival, Bochum videofest Germany, Manhchester Lit Festival, and moves08/09 festival. She recently completed an MA in Visual Culture from MMU exploring film, photography and time & gained a First class degree in Fashion Image Making from Salford University in 2004.

Showing as part of Version Verse, SAT 14 NOV, 1pm, Cornerhouse.


Version Film Festival is sponsored by Lion Eyes

Festival & Commission Partner Futureworks

With support from The Granada Foundation

Organised by Comma Press