7 – 13 September 2022
Call For Entries
Immersive Factual Storytelling
Talks & Workshops
Online Film Programme
In Focus: Renate Sami
In Focus: Alia Syed
Talks & Workshops
The Critics Workshop is an immersive five-day programme developed with the Another Gaze editorial team that will provide an introduction to the ethics and methodologies of feminist film criticism for 12 selected participants.
Sep 9 — Sep 13
We invite you to submit a working draft of your text, in any stage of completion for one-to-one tutorials with not/nowhere.
Writing Surgeries with not/nowhere
Thu 09 Sep, 10:00
In this workshop we will consider the practicalities and possibilities of self-organising independent film tours of community spaces, meeting halls and cinemas.
Organising a Film Tour
Thu 09 Sep, 12:30
Through visual presentations, sonic installations, and conversation, this session aims to reflect upon the extremis of London in lockdown and to imagine new possibilities of how we might choose to re-inhabit the city space.
The Return to the City
Thu 09 Sep, 14:30
Join us for the launch of a special issue of MIRAJ (Moving Image Review & Art Journal) that engages with the current crisis, providing testimonies to the experience of the past the year and imagining new strategies in a post pandemic world.
Launch of MIRAJ Special Issue: “Artists’ Moving Image, Isolation and Covid-19”
Thu 09 Sep, 17:00
A single afternoon accelerated workshop for filmmakers and artists working with film seeking to develop their next project.
Project Bootcamp (for those that don’t have time)
Fri 10 Sep, 14:00
In Focus artist and filmmaker Alia Syed will discuss her practice.
Masterclass: Alia Syed
Sat 11 Sep, 13:00
This workshop will be facilitated by Ed Webb-Ingall, as part of his ongoing research into collective and collaborative video making, and filmmaker and artist Jasmine Johnson.
More than a circle of chairs: A collaborative video workshop
Sat 11 Sep, 15:30
“In this session I propose to discuss the relationship between sound and image in film and video."
Masterclass: Luke Fowler
Sun 12 Sep, 12:30
Join artists Hope Strickland and Onyeka Igwe in a collective reading and discussion of McKittrick’s Dear Science and Other Stories.
swimming for seven hours; a reading group
Sun 12 Sep, 15:00
Convened by Erika Balsom and Elena Gorfinkel, this day-long event will focus on the practice of writing about cinema, particularly as it takes shape on the margins of mainstream film criticism and academic publishing.
On Film Writing: Forms and Histories
Mon 13 Sep, 10:00
This autumn, the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, celebrates 150 years of fine art teaching and research with a varied programme of events which reflect on the past, present, and future.
Slade 150: Film & Pedagogy
Tue 14 Sep, 10:30