Written by JJ Barnes
Kenny Morris is a filmmaker, artist and musician based in Cork in Ireland. He is best known for this music career as the drummer of Siouxsie and the Banshees, a time which inspired his film, La Main Morte.
Kenny performed with Siouxsie and the Banshees between January 1977 and September 1979, releasing the albums The Scream and Join Hands. Kenny was worked on composing the hit single, Hong Kong Garden.
La Main Morte
Kenny describes La Main Morte as about the beginning of Siouxsie and The Banshees from when he joined the band, up until himself and John McKay left them.
Stills from La Main Morte by Kenny Morris
Other Films From Kenny Morris
On his YouTube Channel, Kenny is releasing a series of short films he has written and directed. They are an eclectic collection of artistic and thought provoking experiences, demonstrating his love of art and creativity.
Stills from Blind Obedience and Summer House by Kenny Morris
More from Kenny Morris:
Kenny now lives and works in Ireland where he teaches art, and exhibits his own original paintings. The new exhibition will run in February 2022.
His style is eclectic featuring a variety of mediums, including collages, sketches, paintings, film and assemblage.
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