Daisy Dickinson is a London-based director/visual artist whose work involves experimental short film, music video, projected installation and live visual performance. She is one half of audio/visual collaboration ‘Adrena Adrena’ with drummer E-da Kazuhisa (Boredoms, Seefeel) and has worked on AV shows with other artists such as Samuel Kerridge, Snapped Ankles, Toy, The Comet is Coming, Grimm Grimm, Seefeel and Yuko Araki. Dickinson’s visuals have been described as ‘magmatic and sulphurous, cosmological and transcendental, drawing attention to the wonder of the earth and our sensuality on it’.

Her shorts films have been screened at festivals such as The BFI London Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, Edinburgh Film Festival, Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, among others and her installation work has shown at venues such as the ICA, The Tate Modern, Shepards Bush Empire and Village Underground in London, CERN in Geneva and Kraftwerk in Berlin, as well as completing audio-visual tours across the UK, Europe, Japan and Taiwan.


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Winner of Sony Entertainment’s Bass Music Awards 2014

Bornshorts Film Festival 2014

Raindance Film Festival 2015

BFI London Film Festival 2016

Encounters Short Film Festival 2016


Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2016


Vienna Independent Film Festival 2016


London Experimental Film Festival 2016


London Short Film Festival 2017


Edinburgh Film Festival 2017


Finalist Celeste Prize 2017

National Open Art Award 2017

Winner Film Crash Festival 2018, USA


East End Film Festival 2018


Oxford Film Festival 2018


SHORT to the point 2018


Toronto Short Film Festival 2018


New York International Film Festival 2018


Underwire Festival 2018


Blow Up International Arthouse Film Festival 2017 & 2018 

Bucharest Shortcut CineFest 2019/ 2020

Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival 2019

Tokyo Lift-Off Film Festival 2020