(2012, colour, 12 minutes)

A lyrical story of a woman’s blue obsession for an adolescent girl—told through a collage of images, moving and still.

“I was drawn to … Mavor’s hauntingly beautiful film … narrated in her own hypnotic voice, which is something akin to an all-female, fairy-tale version of Thomas Mann’s dark novella Death in Venice.”
—Edith Newhall, The Philadelphia Inquirer


(2015, black and white, 39 minutes)

by Carol Mavor and Megan Powell

A ten-year-old boy prefers not to eat. Where summer vines grow a mile a minute and insects are the size of birds, Ivo is becoming bones.

Hypnotic and beautiful, FULL is a moving-image portrait that unveils the drama and terror of one boy’s anorexia and his mother’s failure to feed him.

“Carol Mavor’s lyrical narrative fits the film essay genre like a glove. Megan Powell’s stills and close-ups hold the viewer in a tight embrace, evoking an anxious proximity to the mother’s body… FULL maneuvers skillfully through… space– close, still, tight, too full of meaning, and then with a single gesture, at the end of the film, lets go, leaving the viewer with a palpable sense of relief and a quiet place for reflection on a remarkable journey.”
– Mary Kelly

Note: The film begins silently. Audio comes in after the film titles.

For more information on FULL visit ivoisfull.com