PSYCHÉ TROPES PRESENTS HFF Vol. 1
      Directed by Steven McInerney
      Produced by Psyché Tropes

      Psyché Tropes is a label dedicated to exploring the synaesthetic intersections between sound and its visual counterpart. HFF Vol. 1 is a triple vinyl LP with 15 tracks of wayward electronics and sound pieces by artists who have been involved in Hackney Film Festival. . Each record comes with a 40 frame 16mm film strip with combined optical soundtrack.

      www.psyche-tropes.com

    • MERKABA MACABRE - MARE TRANQUILLITATIS
      Produced by Psyché Tropes

      Official video for Merkaba Macabre's Mare Tranquillitatis as featured on HFF Vol. 1. Film footage courtesy of NASA. Digital transfer by iDalies. Film editing by Steven McInerney. Special thanks to Umit & Son.

      www.merkaba-macabre.net

            • ABOUTFACE - IN THE TEPID SHINE WE BREATHE
              Directed by Steven McInerney
              Produced by Psyché Tropes

              Official video for Aboutface's In the Tepid Shine We Breathe as featured on HFF Vol. 1. An emotive evocation of a sunny spring day in Hackney's Springfield Park where it seemed people, nature and the surrounding environment homogenised in the emergence of early-spring sun, with the first buds of spring blooming giving a feeling of new-birth and optimism for the upcoming year, expressed in a collaborative musical short-film.

              www.psyche-tropes.com

                    • CIRCLE TRAPS - PORTENT
                      Directed by Steven McInerney
                      Produced by Digital Snowball

                      Official video for Circle Traps' Portent. The video was inspired by the bands artwork for their new EP Machine City. Set within a concrete post modern structure called the Pasmore Pavilion, a piece of public art in the new town of Peterlee in County Durham in the North East of England, designed by British artist and architect Victor Pasmore.

                      www.circletraps.com

                            • BASS CLEF - STENALINE METRANIL SOLAR FLARE
                              Directed by Steven McInerney
                              Produced by Hackney Film Festival

                              Offiicial video for Bass Clef's track Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare. The video has been releaseed to accompany a 12'' of remixes out on Punch Drunk 7 October. Order online here. Enjoy!

                              www.punchdrunkmusic.com

                                    • EN TROU DANS LE TEMPS
                                      Installation by Steven McInerney and Paul Bloom
                                      Commissioned by Cork French Film Festival

                                      3’00’’ in loop
                                      Sound : Reconstructed from La Jetée

                                      Un Trou Dans Le Temps is a video triptych in homage to Chris Marker’s ‘photo-roman’ La Jetée (1962). Using the Fibonacci sequence it creates an experience of past, present and future caught in a loop of time.

                                            • HACKNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2012
                                              Produced, Directed and Edited by Steven McInerney

                                              Hackney Film Festival 2012 teaser directed by Steven McInerney and Stuart Heaney. Edited by Steven McInerney. Sound by Tom White (Exposures side a). The Hackney Film Festival 2012 spanned across 7-9 September unleashing a varied and lively programme consisting of film screenings, Q&A's, live cinema shows and artist film performances.

                                              www.hackneyfilmfestival.com

                                                    • 19 WARDS
                                                      Directed by Steven McInerney
                                                      Produced by Hackney Film Festival

                                                      The Hackney Film Festival presents 19 WARDS. A psychogeographical document on the London borough of Hackney. Filmed with an ARRI SR2 using Kodak Double X at 50fps.

                                                      www.hackneyfilmfestival.com