A film exploring the future of ageing, increasing life expectancy and life extension. Visually juxtaposing architecture and space against interviews with a diverse range of people, from scientists and evolutionary anthropologists to the director’s family and friends.
Artist, filmmaker and designer Jessica Bishopp experiments with a range of media, including film, installation, sound and design. Jessica’s work has universal themes embedded in daily lives and thoughts, studying basic human interactions and habits and exposing the magic in the mundane. Within a social context, she focuses on investigating ideas around the future of community and society. She has been exhibited at Somerset House and the Science Museum London, and her films have screened at festivals such as Sheffield Doc/Fest, London Short Film Festival and East End Film Festival. Her projects have featured on The Guardian, Dazed and Huck Magazine.