A day of screenings, panels and discussion bringing together activist filmmakers from across the UK and beyond. Part of LIFF2017 and working with the Radical Film Network. FREE. Booking essential.
Date: 15/11/2017 Time: 09:15am - 4:30pm
Voicing Hidden Histories: a two day conference on Participatory Arts and Activist Film-making - part of the 31st Leeds International Film Festival.
Two full days of seminars, screenings, expert panels and discussion exploring the role of film and digital media in participatory arts and activism activities at a local, national and global scale.
Hear from a range of practitioners, academics and creative activists from Leeds and across the world.
Day 2: Film and Activism Symposium - Wednesday 15 November
A day of screenings, panels and discussion bringing together activist filmmakers from across the UK and beyond.
Working with the Radical Film Network, this event seeks to ask why and how we make activist films, from conception to dissemination, and asks what we can learn from each other to keep producing change.
A full programme will be available soon. For more information please contact Inés Soria-Turner
Refreshments included. Bring your own lunch.
Generously funded by the AHRC. Support by LIFF and the Hyde Park Picture House. Free, but booking is essential.
Image: Film still from Leeds Animation Workshop's short film They Call Us Maids. Credit: Leeds Animation Workshop.