Performance (1970) | Fri 19 Oct | 3pm | 105mins Suggested Rating: 12 | Language: English Venue: Herbert, Coventry + Post screening with special guests. Influenced by Ingmar Bergman’s Persona (1966) and the films of Alain Resnais, Performance introduced the fractured storytelling and editing style of cinematographer-turned-director Nicolas Roeg. Co-director and screenwriter Donald … Continue reading Performance – Fri 19 Oct
A Northern Soul (2018) | Thu 18 Oct | 8pm | 76mins Suggested Rating: PG | Language: English Venue: Old Grammar School, Coventry + Post screening Q&A with Director Sean McAllister and Chaired by Paul Long (Professor of Media & Cultural History at BCU) & other special guests. Sean McAllister returns to … Continue reading A Northern Soul – Thu 18 Oct
What Is Democracy (2018) | Wed 17 Oct | 8pm | 106mins Suggested Rating: 12 | Language: English, English Subtitles Venue: mac Birmingham + Post screening Q&A with Director Astra Taylor and Chaired by Steve Hewitt (Political Historian, Birmingham University) & other special guests + Reception @ 7:00pm. Featuring a diverse cast, including celebrated … Continue reading What Is Democracy – Wed 17 Oct
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We are happy to announce some of the highlights for the Screening Rights Film Festival 2016. Tickets will be on sale soon.
Screening Rights Film Festival in Birmingham delivers the best social justice and human rights documentaries from all over the world. Our team together with new administrator Vladana, works hard to get everything ready before the screenings in September.
2015 Event @ University of Birmingham's 'Arts and Science Festival' What: 'Film and Human Rights: Local Stories and Bigger Pictures' When: Wednesday 18th March 6.30pm Where: Muirhead G15, University of Birmingham The evening will start with a showcase of short films on social issues and science fiction made by local pupils from Holte Academy in … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bp3Wph6khws Monday June 30th, 2pm-6pm Arts Building, Main Lecture Theatre University of Birmingham Join us for a special screening and panel discussion to inspire and develop debates on the relationship between human adversity, film and social action, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa: - Screening of We are the Giant (2014) – the … Continue reading ‘We Are the Giant’ screening and discussion