This shorts programme focuses on Sarah Wood’s concerns with the way counter-cinema can survive as an open space for thought & imagination.
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”.