On July 11th Bristol Cube will screen the final in the BEEF organised Go go go: Women in Experimental Animation series. There's a line up of great films, plus guest speaker Caroline Ruddell, co editor of 'The Crafty Animator: Handmade Craft-based Animation and Cultural Value', will introduce the screening!
The films within this programme deploy modes of humour, irony, absurdity, the grotesque, mystery, beauty and defiance where qualities of shape, colour, texture, light, materiality and movement and questions of process itself are given priority.
Born in 1944 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, David Brooks entered Columbia University in the early 1960s, where he immersed himself in the study of philosophy and psychology, with a particular interest in psychoanalysis and the work of Freud. During this time Brooks met critic and filmmaker Jonas Mekas and immediately got involved in New York’s burgeoning independent and experimental film scene. By 1962 Mekas had personally enlisted Brooks, then only 18 years old, to be the first Executive Director of the newly established Film-Makers’ Cooperative.
Friday, June 28, 2019 (All day) to Monday, July 1, 2019 (All day)
Braziers International Film Festival offers an opportunity for independent filmmakers to show their work to an enthusiastic audience, in a unique, historical setting. The programme is selected by a team of artist-filmmakers, who have a particular focus on contemporary artists' moving image works, but who are also looking for a diverse range of films in all genres. The festival will comprise of several short and feature film programmes, alongside workshops an
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sat Feb 01 2020, Sat Apr 04 2020.
Writer Paul Clinton selects films from the LUX archive that reflect the ambivalence in Lionel Soukaz’s works towards sexual liberation movements and their internal norms. The programme examines how differently these ideas are articulated in a British and American context.
Conceived in 1994, Phil Hoffman's week-long Independent Imaging Retreat — known colloquially as the Film Farm due to its situating on Hoffman's property outside Mount Forest, Ontario — has been an important catalyst for a resurgence of artisanal filmmaking worldwide.
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (All day) to Thursday, July 11, 2019 (All day)