Europe Endless (2019) is a film research output developed in response to the EU Referendum Act. In 2016-17, predicting that the status of the border between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom would become central to the Brexit debate and negotiations, Stabb and collaborators travelled to Clones, County Monaghan and Pittsburgh USA to discuss the subject with celebrated writer Patrick McCabe and Prof. Colin MacCabe. Europe Endless uses the essay film form to construct a counterpoint to Brexit discourse that immediately post-referendum underrepresented the political and cultural questions and challenges faced by communities at the Irish border. Through the prism of McCabe’s life and celebrated writing the film explores; contemporary Anglo-Irish relations, Brexit, Europe from an Irish perspective and the development of Irish literature and identity. The film features interviews and encounters with academics and artists working ‘on the border’ both geographically and culturally to explore the legacy of the border’s history and consider the implications of the ongoing Brexit process on local communities. The editing process included a screening and workshop session at Birkbeck, with academics and poets reviewing and responding to the raw material, providing feedback to Stabb and Prof. MacCabe. Post- production saw Stabb and artist Christopher Roth work with Dr. Andrew Knight-Hill to develop a sound mix that integrates McCabe's intimate live musical performances with soundscapes that evoke the diverse and sometimes contradictory experiences of the border. Stabb and collaborators use an audio-visual form to present personal and poetic responses to the political question of Brexit, Irish and European identity and the future border landscape adding significantly to the cultural record of a historical period. Europe Endless was by screened The Dublin International Film Festival, The Belfast Film Festival and The Clones Film Festival as part of The Border and Beyond programme, 29/03/2019.