Following the end of a stormy love affair, Expressionist artist Oskar Kokoschka enlists in the First World War. After suffering serious injuries in battle, he experiences a series of memories and visions as medics transport him through the forests of the Russian front. Playful and imaginative, I’m OK explores the wounds of heartbreak and trauma.
About the director: Elizabeth Hobbs is an animator based in East London. Hobbs’ films (including The Emperor, The Old, Old, Very Old Man, The True Story of Sawney Beane and G-AAAH) are notable for their strong narratives and use of diverse techniques (e.g., ink on bathroom tile, typewriters, watercolour on paper, butterfly prints, and rubber stamps), and are often based on unusual and overlooked historical stories and figures. Hobbs has won many awards, and her work has screened at numerous international film festivals. She enjoys sharing her practice through lecturing and workshops.