Friday, 12 December 2008

Cine25: Women in Film & Media Showcase - event details

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Registration for this event is now closed.
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Tickets for the screening of The Viva Voce Virus are still available directly through City Screen
Please click here to book online, or visit the cinema for your tickets
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Cine25 - schedule for registered delegates:

Registration: 9.30 am*
Event Programme: 10am-6.30pm
Venue: City Screen, Coney St, York, UK
(*nb: you must register to pick up your Viva Voce Virus cinema pass. Please be prompt to register from 9.30-10, before the programme starts)
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Cine25: Women in Film & Media Showcase
Sunday 8th February 2009
City Screen, Coney St, York



9.30 – 10.00 – Arrival and registration

10.00 – 10.15 – Introduction to the day

10.15 – 11.40 – Panel discussion with Q&A

11.40 – 11.50 – Comfort break

11.50 – 1.05 – Short film programme

1.05 – 2.00 – Lunch (with informal Q&A for filmmakers)

2.00 – 4.00 – The Viva Voce Virus: UK premiere screening

4.00 – 4.20 – Tea break (with informal Q&A for VVV artists)

4.20 – 6.00 – Workshop: Funding and exhibition

6.00 – 6.30 – workshop contingency time, close of day


Cine25: Women in Film & Media Showcase are excited to announce the programme contents of the day.

Discussion panel: Where is gender in film and media today?

Cathy Lane: music composer/lecturer in music & sound design, London School of the Arts
Kristyn Gorton: lecturer in Television, University of York
Stacy Gillis: lecturer in modern and contemporary literature, Newcastle University
Anahid Kassabian: lecturer in School of Music, Liverpool University
Caroline Bainbridge: reader in visual culture, Roehampton University, author ‘feminine cinematics’
Mo White: Lecturer in fine art, Loughborough University
Florence Ayisi: Filmmaker & Reader in Film Practice, Newport School of Art, Media & Design.

Short film screening programme:

Kate Jessop: ‘When The Telescope Came’
Shyla Lee: 'Honour'
Jason Elvis Barker: ‘Millenium Man’
Abbe Robinson: ‘Private Life’
Florence Ayisi: ‘Zanzibar Soccer Queens’
Mo White: ‘On stones I draw’
Taz Wyllie: ‘Belle… je t’aime’

Low-budget filmmaking workshop

Alissa Juvan (Workshop Facilitator): from Girls on Film and Fabric
Jason Elvis Barker: artist, filmmaker & LBGTI film fest programmer
Abbe Robinson: filmmaker
Denise Fahmy: Arts Council funding advisor


Main Feature:

The UK Premiere of 'The Viva Voce Virus', Directors Kathleen Bryson and Kimmo Moykky

Cine25 is very proud to present, with City Screen York, Picturehouse, this new, supercamp, time-travelling extravaganza exploring the closet. Already hailed as a queer film classic, this screening will be the film's UK premiere.

Tickets for the movie are included in the event cost for Cine25 or can be bought separately from City Screen box office:

13-17 Coney StreetYork, YO1 9QL Tel: 0870 758 3219 or book online (Tickets for screening of VVV *only* are £7.20 - concession only for City Screen members.)

Time of screening: 2pm (notice, there will be no trailers or ads - this is the time the film starts)

http://www.vivavocevirus.com/



3 comments:

tans said...

A very stimulating event. As someone who wore dungarees in the early 80's and was involved with the setting up the now long gone "York Film" group in 1976 (film-making and screening) it was great to see and hear so much searching, funny and evocative material.

Kaitlyn Kernek said...

This event was everything I hoped it to be. Great variety, great discussions. I had an interesting discussion with a lady who lived in Germany during 1997, when Bandits came out. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to continue my conversation with her later, but would love to talk some more about it. Please email me: kk525@york.ac.uk

Anonymous said...

It was a lovely day and I spoke to some interesting people who shared similar concerns. It's a shame that the panel discussions weren't for longer though, especially the first panel where a lot of important issues were raised. I enjoyed the short films that were screened, but felt a little tortured by the feature film!