Stuart Croft About

Stuart Croft is an artist-filmmaker. He writes and directs films about power, recurrence, deception and desire.

Croft has shown his work in galleries, contemporary art museums and cinemas in over 25 countries to date. He has been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions at venues including the Museum of Contemporary Art (M HKA), Antwerp / Tate Modern Starr Auditorium, London / Bloomberg Space, London / FACT, Liverpool / PS1-MoMA, New York / Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London / Platform China, Beijing / Royal Academy, London / Chisenhale Gallery, London / Galleria Civica di Modena, Italy / Gasworks Gallery, London / San Salvador Convent, Venice Biennale / Cornerhouse, Manchester / Kunsthalle Luzern, Switzerland / Site Gallery, Sheffield / White Box, New York / Galerie Baer, Dresden / Fiedler Contemporary, Cologne. He has also had numerous solo survey screenings in cinemas and film festivals, and has taken part in various online projects, most recently with MOCA, Los Angeles and YouTube.

Croft has been the recipient of various production awards, research grants and commissions. His work has been reviewed widely in publications such as Time Out London, The Guardian, Artforum, Art Monthly, i-D Magazine, Contemporary, NY Arts and many others. Recently Croft has moved into developing and writing feature length films. His current feature projects in development are The Kingdom of Angels and How to Arrange a Funeral.

Stuart Croft is based in London and is currently a part-time senior tutor at the Royal College of Art. In 2009 Croft founded the RCA Moving Image Studio and most recently he established the RCA's new Moving Image Pathway.

All content © Stuart Croft 1998-2013



Questions in O4W

Stuart Croft's newest film 'Questions' has been selected for O4W: Outcasting Fourth Wall Artists Moving Image Festival in Cardiff. The festival opens on 25 September 2014.


Remetior (gallery-based film)

The kidnapped commander of a spacecraft recites poetry. Shooting autumn 2014.


The Kingdom of Angels (feature film)

A group of actors trap themselves on a film set. Conflict, seduction, death and hysteria ensue. Shooting 2015.