A series of Film and Television events took place at InsideArts
9 December 2015
On 18 November, Pete Falconer (Film & Television) and colleagues screened and discussed Meek's Cutoff (Kelly Reichardt, 2010) in the Winston Theatre, Richmond Building. For more information, see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/festival/events/2015/screening-and-discussion-meeks-cutoff-kelly-reichardt-2010.html
During the week of 16 November, Helen Piper (Film & Television) invited us to consider the heyday of collective viewing through the memories of the ordinary viewers who watched it. It develops out of a research project undertaken by the University of Bristol which gathered reminiscences from local people to explore the place of shared viewing in family life during the period 1960 to 1985. Visitors came to St Stephen's Church to listen to their stories, look at the forgotten images, browse the memorabilia, and add their own memories to the collection. For more information, see:
On 19 November, MPhil-by-practice student, Yuyu Zhang (Film & Television) exhibited her immersive cinema research in the Dark Studio at Arnolfini Gallery. For more information, see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/festival/events/2015/immersive-cinema-event.html.
On 21 November, Jacqueline Maingard (Film & Television) was in discussion with Edson Burton and Madhu Krishnan at Arnolfini on the teachings of Frantz Fanon. For more detais, seel: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/festival/events/2015/screening-and-discussion-fanon-in-bristol.html