Discussion event – register for FREE, HERE.
Join us as we close the festival with an informal discussion led by film writer and curator, So Mayer – open to all!
We’ll be touching on some of the major themes and works of this year’s festival, exploring the creative processes that link politics, film and activism, and ideas around the ‘anarchival’ (re)claiming of collective histories.
Speakers TBC – check back here for more info soon!
Linked events: A Nazi Word For a Nazi Thing | Illustrated talk & discussion with So Mayer Fri, 29 Jan, 7pm, on Zoom & Nitrate Kisses (1992), screening 25-31 Jan.
Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI.
So Mayer is the author of jacked a kaddish (Litmus, 2018), Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema (IB Tauris, 2015) and (O) (Arc, 2015). They contributed an essay in Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture, edited by Roxane Gay (Allen & Unwin, 2018) and the introduction to Spells: 21st Century Occult Poetry, edited by Sarah Shin and Rebecca Tamás (Ignota, 2018). So is a bookseller at Burley Fisher, a curator with queer feminist film collective Club des Femmes, and co-founder of Raising Films, a campaign and community for parents and carers in the film industry.
How to join live events
We will host a variety of live events – including Q&As with filmmakers, a director Masterclass, a live performance, an illustrated talk, panel discussion and many others.
You can join us in the Zoom (free, registration required) and watch on Facebook Live.
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