LMFYFF Productions is a film production company set up by artist and filmmaker Richard Squires.
Richard Squires is a London-based visual artist and academic who works predominantly with film, drawing and animation. In 1998, he set up the comic art project Let Me Feel Your Finger First which disseminated comics, animated shorts and live art focused on a defective cartoon family. Squires’ work is shown internationally in galleries, broadcast and at film festivals. Recent festival screenings include BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam and Queer Lisboa. Past exhibitions include COMICS UNMASKED: ART & ANARCHY IN THE UK at the British Library (2014), ALTERNATIVE 23 at IMT Gallery, London (2014) and BACKHANDER at studio1.1, London (2011). Past projects include the feature-length experimental documentary DOOZY that investigates the queer-coded villains voiced by actor Paul Lynde (2018); FRANCIS an Animate Projects commission for Channel 4 TV (2007) and performance work THE UNCLE HANS-PETER PARTY debuted at the ICA, London (2009). His films are distributed by Light Cone, Paris and have been featured on various compilations including Grey Suit; Bloody Gays and New Contemporaries: Moving Image 1968-2010 (Lux). His published work includes contributions to Art Review; Animation Practice, Process and Production; Performance Research and Chroma Journal. Squires is Joint Course Leader on BA Filmmaking at Kingston School of Art, UK.