Josephine Lohoar Self is a Scottish Bafta nominated filmmaker and photographer working across live action and stop motion animation. In 2017 she graduated from Fine Art: Painting & Printmaking from The Glasgow School of Art. Working predominately in film her practise explores the integration of dreams and reality. Influenced by authors and filmmakers such as Ian McEwan and Satoshi Kon her film's narratives play with themes of alienation and surrealism.
Josephine has shown her work at film festivals such as The Edinburgh International Film Festival (2019) and has been nominated for a Scottish Bafta. She has also exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy, The Mall Galleries and The Glasgow School of Art.
British Academy Scotland Awards: Nominations in 2019
It’s Nice That’ - ‘Josephine Lohoar Self’s incredibly detailed stop motion animation explores grief’
Award Winners Announced - EIFF 2019
Scottish Bafta Nomination for Best Animation - ‘The Fabric of You’.
Special Mention - The Edinburgh International Film Festival - ‘The Fabric of You’.
Shortlisted for The McLaren Award for the Best British Animation - ‘The Fabric of You’
A 2018 RSA New Contemporary (Exhibiting at The Royal Scottish Academy).
Keills Art Competition Winner
John Ingram Memorial Art Award