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Artists and filmmakers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard explore the cinematic qualities of Paul Delaroche’s ‘The Execution of Lady Jane Grey’.
About the artist
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard are artists and BAFTA nominated directors working across film, installation, performance, sound, documentary and TV drama. Working collaboratively since meeting at Goldsmiths in the mid-nineties, their work has been exhibited around the world and is collected by museums and institutions including Tate and the British Government Art Collection. Their debut feature film, ‘20,000 Days on Earth’, won two awards at Sundance and nominations from BAFTA and the Independent Spirit Awards. In 2015 Iain & Jane received the Douglas Hickox Award for best debut director from the British Independent Film Awards. They recently co-curated the exhibition ‘The Horror Show! A Twisted Tale of Modern Britain’, which was on display at Somerset House in 2022‒23.