Sleep Has Her House is now available to purchase as a digital copy in Blu-Ray quality via the digital store.

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November 27th 2018 | Buy Tickets
Sleep Has Her House will be screening at The Palace Central Cinema in Sydney on November 27th, at 7pm local time.

November 17th 2018 | More info
Womb will be screening at Frontera-Sur Festival of Non-fiction Cinema in Chile on November 17th 2018.


November 10th–18th 2018 | More info
The Museum of Metz (Musée de La Cour d'Or - Metz Métropole) will host a retrospective of my work, screening Hunter (2015), Hinterlands (2016), Womb (2017), and Sleep Has Her House (2017) as continuous installations in various rooms of the museum from 10th–18th November.

October 25th 2018 | More info
Sleep Has Her House will be screening at Cinema Museo, in Cuenca, Ecuador on 25th October, at 7PM local time. 

October 13th 2018 | Sold out
Sleep Has Her House will have its Australian premiere at ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) for the Environmental Film Festival Australia. For the first time the film will be screened with a live musical accompaniment by classically trained pianist and composer, Rose Riebl.

October 12th–13th 2018 | More info
Sleep Has Her House will be presented for the first time as an installation, at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, Macedonia, running on 12th and 13th October 2018.


October 11th | More info 
Sleep Has Her House will be screening at Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles on Thursday, 11th October, at 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. $5 admission.

September 28th 2018 | More info
Sleep Has Her House will have its Russian premiere at MIEFF (Moscow International Experimental Film Festival) at The Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, with a second screening the following day at The Documentary Film Center, as part of the ‘Special Screenings’ programme.

September 22nd 2018 | More info
Sleep Has Her House will be screening at TodaysArt Festival 2018, in The Hague, Netherlands. Pay-what-you-want entry fee.


July 31st 2018 | Read here
“Scott Barley’s eternal gloaming” – Sight & Sound article by Matt Turner