Anthea Kennedy and Ian Wiblin have been making films together since 2000. Their work, which takes the form of experimental documentary or essay films, focuses on place, history and memory. It has been shown at many international film festivals including Rotterdam, Thessaloniki and the European Media Arts Festival in Germany.
Anthea has worked as a film editor and currently lectures in film in London. As well as being a filmmaker, Ian is also a photographer and was Kettle's Yard Resident Artist at the University of Cambridge. He lectures in photography at the University of South Wales.