Steven Eastwood is an artist-filmmaker. His second feature film ISLAND (2018) had its international premiere at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2018 and had a theatrical release in the UK later that year. The sister artwork The Interval and the Instant (2017) is a multiscreen video installation commissioned by Fabrica. His first feature Buried Land (2010) was officially selected for Tribeca, Moscow, Mumbai, Goteborg film festivals 2010. Eastwood’s work is often concerned with ethics, belief, mental health and physical disability. His documentary Those Who Are Jesus was nominated for a Grierson Award. Eastwood has screened and exhibited internationally. He has published widely and is Professor of Film Practice at Queen Mary University London, where he is Head of Film Practice. His current projects are concerned with Neurodiversity (Autism through Cinema, funded by Wellcome Trust), and co-creation methodologies. He lives and works in London.