Interview with Devon and Cornwall Film – 4th May 2020
Nick Hudson – Composer, Songwriter, Film-maker, Writer
‘Having worked with Lois on various collaborative film endeavours, I can confidently state that she boasts a diversely-accomplished skill-set and a generosity of spirit within the collaborative relationship that I don’t doubt will see us work together many times henceforth.’
Swivel – Winner Best Experimental Short – Love Story Film Festival, London 2020
See the Post Screening Interview.
Swivel, Film Festival Reviews:
‘This moved me to tears! One of the most stunning pieces of dance-on-film I have probably ever seen – in fact, the best one I have seen.’
Catfish Shorts –Winner, Splash Award 2020
A beautiful and tender expression of love that deftly danced around our notions of gender.’
Bendigo Queer Film festival -Winner Best International Short Film 2020
‘Poetic & Beautiful.’
Brighton Rocks Film Festival – Best Art House Film 2019
An interview by Lee Morgan, editor of Devon and Cornwall Film talking to Lois about Swivel and trust, honesty, intimacy and the inspiration of artistic bravery. 4 May 2020. Click here.
‘The Shell’, an experimental poetry film
Winner Best Poetry Film- BAFTA Cymru Carmarthen Bay Film Festival 2019
NRFF Amsterdam 2019 -Lois Norman talks about her experimental short The Shell.
Lois is a British/Australian Creative Artist, whose work focuses on the bravery and diversity of the human condition.
Lois screened her documentary ‘She Is Juiced’ at the NRFF Amsterdam 2018 and won Best Art Film. She Is Juiced was also shown at the Tate Britain and other film festivals.
Link to interview for The Shell
She is Juiced – an Award Winning Creative Feature Documentary
‘An intellectual, aesthetic work that crosses, and pushes, boundaries.’
Brighton Rocks International Film Festival – 2018
Sarah Jane Moon – Artist, She Is Juiced
‘I trust Lois instinctively and very much like her ethos. It is also hugely important to me that we are seen. Women painters working at a professional level are still few enough to be worthy of comment. Lesbians even more so. It is vital that those of us who sit comfortably with these labels stand up as positive role models of difference and strength and confidence and joy!’