Scott Barley is an artist and filmmaker from Newport, South Wales. His work has been screened across Europe and The Americas, including The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA London), BFI Southbank, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Doclisboa, EYE Filmmuseum, Vancouver International Film Centre, and Fronteira International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival. His work has been associated with the Remodernist film and slow cinema movements, and more recently anthropocenic, cosmological, and phenomenological cinema. His work has often been compared with the sensibilities of Stan Brakhage, Philippe Grandrieux, Béla Tarr, Maya Deren, and Jean Epstein. Since early 2015, Barley has exclusively shot his films on an iPhone. His short film, Hinterlands was voted one of the best films of 2016 in Sight & Sound's yearly film poll. His first feature-length work, Sleep Has Her House was released in 2017, garnering universal acclaim, and winning Best Film - Official Jury award at Fronteira International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival, in Goiânia, Brazil. It was later voted one of the best films of 2017 in Sight & Sound, Senses of Cinema, and The Village Voice film polls.