Biggerhouse Films present 'Different Voices'

Watch films and take part in a discussion about the next step for Neurodiverse filmmaking.

“…… neurodivergent – i.e. being dyslexic, dyspraxic, autistic, or having other learning difficulties or neurological/cognitive conditions, or experiencing yourself as someone whose way of relating to the world and other people is outside of the norm.” 
Dr. Daniel Oliver

Come the Revolution Present: (Wo)man In Me

Join us for an immersive film essay curated collectively by Come the Revolution, followed by an in-conversation between members of the group.

Societal constructions of Black women, reflected in cinematic culture, present us with hyper notions of gender identity, from the mama figure of Oprah Winfrey, to the supposed 'masculinity' of Serena Williams.

Playback: Touring Exhibition in Association with Random Acts

Watch over 200 bold and creative short films made by young artist filmmakers.

The award-winning short films that feature in this interactive exhibition have been created by 16-24 year-olds from all over England, including many young filmmakers from Bristol.
 

WOW Wales One World Film Festival

PRESS RELEASE

WOW FILM FESTIVAL’S VOICES OF RESISTANCE CALL FOR A BETTER WORLD

Opening on Friday 17 March in Cardiff then travelling to Aberystwyth, Swansea, Cardigan and Mold.

WOW Wales One World Film Festival takes festival-goers on a trip around the world to Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mali, Palestine, Thailand and Nepal, bringing the very best of world cinema to Wales in an eclectic celebration of global filmmaking’s wonderful diversity, and the human stories that unite us all.

WOW Wales One World Film Festival

WOW FILM FESTIVAL’S VOICES OF RESISTANCE CALL FOR A BETTER WORLD

Opening on Friday 17 March in Cardiff then travelling to Aberystwyth, Swansea, Cardigan and Mold.

WOW Wales One World Film Festival takes festival-goers on a trip around the world to Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mali, Palestine, Thailand and Nepal, bringing the very best of world cinema to Wales in an eclectic celebration of global filmmaking’s wonderful diversity, and the human stories that unite us all.

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