The Calling 
An underwater dance film about global warming, the Greek myth of the Siren the avenges of nature and gender identity.
Concept / Photography / Editing: Gil Mualem-Doron
Preforming: Dimitris Galanakis
Music: Written by Matthew Wigton, Preformed by The Falls
Twinkle Twinkle 
The short video work (06:55) Twinkle Twinkle highlights the death of refugee children in sea crossing and the betrayal of UN's member countries to the promise given to refugees in the 1951 Refugee Convention.
Commissioned by Queens Hall Arts digital curator Dominic Smith the work was created for the 70th Anniversary of the UN Refugee Convention.
The film depicts a burning crib on a shore at dusk. The film's sound is composed of the Twinkle Twinkle Little Star lullaby tune which refers to the traveller at the dark night: "Then the traveller in the dark, Thank you for your tiny spark, He could not see which way to go, If you did not twinkle so." However, the lullaby lyrics in the film's soundtrack is replaced by the 1951 Refugee Convention legal document.
Concept and editing: Gil Mualem-Doron
Photography - Joe Hartman
Singing - Juliet Russell, Vocal Explosion.
Violin - Geoff Falk.
Before The Law (Leicester Square, London 2012)
A short musing on the Franz Kafka short story “Before The Law”, architecture, controls and freedom. The film was taken from the CCV camera at Leicester Square London shortly after the renovation of the square and the removal of some of the street vendors, buskers and other street artists from the square in 2012.