Stuart Moore is a filmmaker and sound artist based in Plymouth UK. His work screens internationally and he has won awards from London Short Film Festival and two SW Media Innovation Awards. He is currently a 3D3 AHRC-funded doctoral researcher whose PhD inquiry focuses on personal archives, film and memory. His research aims to gain an understanding through practice of the ways in which specificities of materiality and presentation manifests memory in the present.
His recent essay film Father-land, supported through an artist residency in Nicosia, reflects on the stasis and porosity of the UN Buffer Zone of the divided island of Cyprus through the prism of displacement. Father-land won the 2020 BAFTSS Practice Research Award.