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10 December 2021: This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection + Spirits and Rocks: An Azorian Myth

10 December 2021: This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection + Spirits and Rocks: An Azorian Myth

Awarded the Special Jury Prize for Visionary Filmmaking at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s bold and distinctive feature is an extraordinary and otherworldly confrontation between the forces of tradition and progress.
12 December 2021: Edge of Belief: Short Films Part 1 & 2

12 December 2021: Edge of Belief: Short Films Part 1 & 2

A journey through physical, political and spiritual landscapes in two short films exploring memory and resilience. Followed by three artist moving image films that turn to the figure of the ‘‘poet as prophet’’ and ‘‘poet as guide’’, to translate the moral chaos and violence around us.
12 December 2021: Passion

12 December 2021: Passion

This delicately-conceived film gradually shifts attention away from specific relationships to a common plane where the outcome becomes a complex meditation on wounding others and the burden of forgiveness.
15 December 2021: The Illinois Parables + Sensemayá

15 December 2021: The Illinois Parables + Sensemayá

The multiple layers of history – the official, the mythical and everything in between – form the focus of this screening featuring the UK premiere of Colectivo Los IngrávidosSensemayá and Deborah Stratman’s much-acclaimed essay film The Illinois Parables.
16 December 2021: Ste. Anne

16 December 2021: Ste. Anne

Commissioned by the Indigenous-led COUSIN Collective, Canadian Métis filmmaker and artist Rhayne Vermette’s award-winning debut experimental feature has been described as ‘‘Paris, Texas set in Treaty 1 Territory’’