Film: Desire / Temàukl – with filmmaker Q&A – 8 April 7-9pm

Desire – Julia Parks – Still 3
Desire – Julia Parks – Still 3

Monday 8 April 2024  7-9pm
Piel View House, Barrow Park LA13 9DB 



Desire / Temàukl

A double bill of films as part of Full of Noises’ Light in the Park series.

Includes a Q&A with Julia Parks.

Desig / Desire

by Najat El Hachmi / Julia Parks

(5 mins / 16mm & archive footage / 2022)

A filmic response to a piece of text written by author Najat El Hachmi. The film was created for the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona as part of their project "A Vocabulary for the Future" which has seen a collection of commissioned audiovisual essays that reflect on ways of thinking about the world of tomorrow.

Julia Parks grew up and spent most of her life in west Cumbria. Parks is an artist filmmaker exploring the different relationships between landscapes, plants, people and industry. She works with experimental documentary forms often using 16mm film, archival footage, poetry and song.

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Julia Parks


A short film programme by Jose Luis Sepulveda.

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"A Territory where the ancients lived, a place with the decompressed and segmented landscape that formed a place that only exists on the other side of the light."

Artist and filmmaker Jose Luis Supelveda presents an encounter with symbols and soundscapes, drawing on the Patagonian landscape in the south of Chile, using 16mm film projection, alongside real time sound sound interventions.

Directions and Information


Piel View House, Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9DB

Access to the venue is by foot.

Parking: There is no parking at the venue as we are in the middle of a public park. You are best parking up outside the park on Park Drive.

There is one designated accessible parking space, to book please email

Enter from the park gate by Park Drive junction bus stop (by the Baptist Church)

Walk route is 2 mins signposted from here.

We have a no pets policy within the premises. Assistance dogs are welcome.

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Co-funded by the Creative European Union
Arts Council