Direction: Beatrice Gibson
By turns raucous and reserved, I Hope I'm Loud When I'm Dead ponders the future of a world in flux as seen through the eyes of motherhood accented by poets CAConrad and Eileen Myles.
Beatrice Gibson (1978, U.K) lives and works in London. Recent solo screenings and exhibitions include, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh (2015) Statements, Art Basel, (2015 ) Beatrice Gibson, Laura Bartlett Gallery, (2014 ), The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm. Gibson’s films have screened at numerous experimental film venues and film festivals nationally and internationally including The Rotterdam International Film Festival; Experimenta, The London Film Festival; Wavelengths The Toronto Film Festival, Projections The New York Film Festival.