See the short films that perfectly embodied the oddities/ambivalence of the lockdown, and managed to forge some creative hope out of 2020.
Through her long and rich writing life Toni Morrison channelled the power of words to transform understanding of the African American experience. In this Sundance favourite, she tells the story of her remarkable life.
This shorts programme focuses on Sarah Wood’s concerns with the way counter-cinema can survive as an open space for thought & imagination.
This dazzling portrait of a visionary, trailblazing artist reveals not only her colourful, sensual, strange works but also the skewing of art history that would leave her out of the narrative of abstraction for so long.
2020 Essay Film Festival - Presenting Afterimages: on Cinema, Women and Changing Times by Laura Mulvey
Laura Mulvey presents & discusses her book with film scholar and audiovisual essayist Catherine Grant. Followed by a short Q&A.
We've teamed up with Birkbeck University to present Home in E Major, a first-person essay film originally scheduled for the 2020 Essay Film Festival.
The 4th edition of our filmmaking competition invites people to make a 6-10 minute short on the theme of 'Re-emergence,' and we'll have free workshops too.
As mass protests and violent clashes shake Belarus for a fifth week, join our free online screening of this searing portrait of the provocative theatre group risking their lives to challenge President Lukashenko, Europe's last dictator.
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In a career spanning seven decades, Merce Cunningham’s innovation expanded the frontiers of dance, reshaping it into a new kind of art form. Eschewing labels like “avant-garde choreographer”, he preferred simply to be called a “dancer”.