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My Work
Interruptions

2020

Rowland Hill & Jack Sheen -Interruptions is a number of events, workshops, and performances that intersects the Holden Gallery's annual programme of exhibitions. Collaborative practice is encouraged across disciplines in a series of one-off events.

 
Bells for Peace

2019

Yoko Ono invites the people of Manchester to gather together in Cathedral Gardens and send a message of peace to the world.  Join thousands of diverse voices and a people's orchestra of bells from home and abroad as the city rings and sings out for peace – and welcomes the world to Manchester.

 
GIRL. BOY. CHILD

2019

Girl. Boy. Child. is part of a major research collaboration between the Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG) and the National Trust - explores queer histories intimately connected to properties in the Trust’s care, and their contemporary significance.

 
Interruptions

2019

John Powell Jones - Interruptions is a number of events, workshops, and performances that intersects the Holden Gallery's annual programme of exhibitions. Collaborative practice is encouraged across disciplines in a series of one-off events.

 
Narratives of Homelessness

2019

After listening to Jimmy Hendrix for the first time at the age of 9, Graham felt as though he was experiencing an epiphany; understanding life, death, art, love, science, and magic. Even though his household wasn't religious, he said he felt like "God had suddenly grabbed my hand and started holding it, and from that very moment, and that very day, I've had a faith in something higher than self". This short follows on from that conversation and is 1 part of a 4-part portrait documentary on Graham, who runs a centre for the homeless in Manchester after he experienced homelessness himself.

 

BIO

Finn is a multi-faceted filmmaker who is set to graduate from Manchester School of Art in July of 2020. While much of his work focuses on small town nostalgia, he has spent the last 3 years in Manchester working on projects such as Yoko Ono’s ‘Bells for Peace’ and ‘Narratives of Homelessness’ for HOME Cinema. After acquiring credits in directing for documentation, Finn is set to make his narrative directional debut in the short in The Dance is Cancelled, which is set to film later this year. 

 

With a keen eye for composition and colour, Finn is eager to further his skills in the field of cinematography after graduation. 

CONTACT

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Email: finnloganfilm@gmail.com
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