Saturday 19 March, 4:00 pm, ICA
Three works exploring questions around black women’s identity and subjectivity.
Saturday 19 March, 6:30 pm, ICA
Three works which responds to themes relating to the notion of the body.
Sunday 20 March 2022, 2:30 pm, ICA
Two works made by the Sistren Theatre Collective and Sheffield Film Co-op, film collectives that both promote awareness of women’s rights at work and bodily autonomy.
Sunday 20 March, 4:30 pm, ICA
Two short documentaries dealing with working class women’s experiences in Italy and the UK during the 1970s.
Tuesday 22 March, 6:30 pm, ICA
This programme brings together works by María Rojas Arias and Andrés Jurado, founding members of creative laboratory La Vulcanizadora.
Wednesday 23 March, 8:45 pm, ICA
Giovanni Cioni’s essay film about man’s attempt to cope with death, told as a fantastic tale from a fragile planet.
Films available from Thursday 23 March – Tuesday 29 March
An overview of Paige Taul’s experimental cinema which seeks to explore her recurring interest in cultural and personal memory.
Saturday 26 March, 7:00 pm, ONLINE
A cinematic memorial to the Serbian victims of genocide in the Independent State of Croatia (1941-1945), directed by celebrated filmmaker Ivan Jović.
Monday 28 March, 7:00 pm, ONLINE
Tea Lukač’s lyrical documentary Roots is an emotionally rich portrait of the people of her hometown, Dvor in Banija, central Croatia.
Wednesday 30 March, 6:20 pm, Bertha Doc House
Zoe Beloff’s latest film is a meditation on, and a visualisation of, the scenario that James Agee wrote in 1948 for his lifelong hero, Charlie Chaplin.
Friday 8 April, 6:15 pm, ICA
The recent restoration of Claudia von Alemann’s 1981 feature-length film Blind Spot (Die Reise nach Lyon / Le voyage à Lyon), is a remarkable experiment in feminist historiography.
Saturday 9 April, 2:00 pm, Goethe Institute
Two films that have a close relation to Blind Spot and explore the history and writings the early feminist movement in nineteenth-century Germany and later, feminist filmmaking.
Tuesday 19 April, 6:15 pm, ICA
In the first screening of our Rosine Mbakam programme, we present Prism, collaborative essay film exploring the legacy of racism inherent in photographic technology.
Wednesday 20 April, 6:30 pm, Birkbeck Cinema
Mbakam’s debut feature Two Faces of A Bamiléké Woman see’s the filmmaker travel to Cameroon, documenting a reunification with her mother.
Thursday 21 April, 6:30 pm, Birkbeck Cinema
Chez Jolie Coiffure Mbakam’s observational portrait captures Sabine, a Cameroonian hairdresser, as she awiats a decision on her asylum application.
Saturday 23 April, 2:45 pm, ICA
Mbakam’s third feature is an intimate portrait of Delphine, a young Cameroonian woman now living in Belgium.