Written and directed by award-winning artist and filmmaker Emily Wardill, Fulll Firearms presents the story of Imelda, a woman haunted by the victims of the guns sold by her father’s company. She uses her inheritance to build a house for the ghosts to inhabit. When squatters move in, she is convinced these are the ghosts who have been haunting her. Conveying themes of displacement and storytelling, Wardill’s film examines conditions of precariousness in society and how these affect people’s relationships with each other.
Fulll Firearms is co-commissioned by the Serpentine Gallery, If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution(Amsterdam) and Film London’s FLAMIN Productions. It is co-produced by FLAMIN Productions and City Projects (London) with support from M HKA, (Antwerp), Badischer Kunstverein (Karlsruhe) and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (Reims). Additional support is provided by the European Commission (Brussels) and Mondriaan Foundation (Amsterdam).