Thursday 12 May, 6:30pm
Sound artist, musician, Sonic Liberation Front founder and Radio alHara راديو الحارة member Dirar Kalash delivers a special masterclass on sound and image.
Thursday 12 May, 8:30pm
The latest work from Franco-American artist and filmmaker Éric Baudelaire is fabricated from a variety of materials and sources, exploring the process of creation as a radical act of resistance amid political instability.
Thursday 5 May, 7:30pm
Adirley Queirós and Joana Pimenta explore the turbulence of contemporary Brazil through the prism of an all-female gang who hijack a pipeline for the sake of their community.
Thursday 5 May, 10:30pm
The Recordat collective of sound artists teams up to curate a series of live performances by Hiro Kone, Ross Alexander and Dirar Kalash.
Friday 6 May, 6:15pm
Eduardo Crespo and Lina Rodríguez join us for a wide-ranging workshop exploring contemporary Latin American avant-garde cinema.
Friday 6 May, 8pm
Rafiki Fariala follows a group of students of the University of Bangui in the Central African Republic, portraying their reflections on political activism and generational conflicts.
Saturday 7 May, 2:15pm
Eduardo Crespo’s camera observes young students of the Las Delicias agrotechnical boarding school.
Saturday 7 May, 4:15pm
Arnaud des Pallières’s new work unfolds as the four-month diary of an anonymous narrator in an unspecified year, weaving together images and narratives from the USA in the 20th century.
Saturday 7 May, 7pm
The latest film from Sierra Pettengill explores the treacherous militarisation of the US police from the late 1960s until today.
Sunday 8 May, 3pm
Franziska von Stenglin’s debut feature follows Liêm and his friends leave their homes in the Highlands of Vietnam to embrace the forest, aiming to maintain the ancient traditions.
Sunday 8 May, 5pm
Directed by a collective of filmmakers, Myanmar Diaries documents life in the country after the violent military coup of February 2021.
Sunday 8 May, 7pm
Colombian-Canadian filmmaker Lina Rodríguez poetically and empathetically explores the migrant experience through the stories of three Latin American women.
Monday 9 May, 6:15pm
Charlotte Cook, Co-Creator of Field of Vision, and Sierra Pettengill, director of Riotsville, USA, discuss the emergence and position of filmmaker-driven production unit Field of Vision.
Monday 9 May, 8pm
A programme of three short features engages with ideas of communality from three very different cinematic languages.
Tuesday 10 May, 8:15pm
Miryam Charles's debut feature investigates the passing of a 14 year-old girl in the form of an imaginary dialogue with a young girl who can no longer speak for herself.
Wednesday 11 May, 6:15pm
Two years after premiering Un film dramatique at FRAMES of REPRESENTATION in 2020, visual artist and filmmaker Éric Baudelaire joins to discuss everything from his early work as a photographer to his current practice in film and the visual arts.
Wednesday 11 May, 8:15pm
Shot over four years, Francesco Montagner’s feature portrays the aspirations of three brothers to escape from traditional values imposed on them by their elders in contemporary Bosnia.