REASON TO CREATE
Mon 9 Aug – Sun 15 Aug
Join Cine Sisters SW (CCSW) and Exeter Phoenix for Reason to Create, a pop-up festival which celebrates and showcases some of the incredible versatility, resilience and creativity of members of Exeter's cultural community. CSSW will be hosting events, screenings, and surgeries aimed at filmmakers working in the region.
There will be virtual gatherings and in-person, socially distanced activity. You can find the full programme here
Cine Sisters SW: One to One Virtual Surgeries for Filmmakers with Jo Barker from Black Bark Films
Monday 9th August | *FREE* | 30 minute sessions | 6pm - 7pm
In partnership with Reasons to Create CSSW are offering free, informal, one-to-one surgeries with Jo Barker of Black Bark Films, a female led company that evokes authentic and meaningful conversation by working collaboratively. This is chance to meet and talk with an industry expert whose work ranges from food and farming activism, community engagement, youth empowerment, gender politics and providing a platform for marginalised voices. Filmmakers can book 30 mins 1:1 virtual sessions which will focus on professional development. You can ask questions, gather inspiration and talk through your current projects.
Creative Hub Social at Exeter Phoenix
Wednesday 11th August | *FREE* | BOOKING ESSENTIAL | 5.30pm - 7pm
CREATIVE HUB SOCIAL
Join Cine Sisters South West, Exeter Phoenix Creative Hub and South West Filmmail in the first in-person Creative Hub social this year. This is a chance to have a drink on us and meet others within the creative community and find out more about project, events and activities taking place around us.
image: Katy Richardson Performing Relic (2016)
ENCOUNTERS PRESENTS: PROGRAMME 1 | SHE / HER
2021 | 49 mins | Rated 15
Presented with closed captions
EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 74 | *FREE* | BOOKING ESSENTIAL |
SHOWING TIMES: Wed 11 Aug: 3.30pm | Sun 15 Aug: 3.30pm
CSSW are delighted to announce that we have commissioned artist Katy Richardson to create a video-essay in response to SHE/HER. Katy's video-essay will be shown before each screening of SHE/HER, and Katy will be at the Phoenix before the SHE/HER programme screening on Sun 15th August at 3.15pm to present her work in person.
Katy Richardson is an artist based in Plymouth, UK. Her moving image, installation and sound works draw on research into trauma, haunting, memory and mental health, in an attempt to shine a light on hidden, unknown and undervalued voices. Her work has been shown and performed internationally, and she holds an MA in Contemporary Art Practice from University of Plymouth.