This Sunday 25 March in our sold-out salon at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, we present 4 rising female filmmakers to watch: Tash Tung, Georgi Banks-Davies, Esmé Hicks and Noémi Varga.
CRANES, MAFIOSOS AND A POLAROID CAMERA
A paranoid late night phone call sparks a Native American woman's meditation on nature, identity and death. Shot on 16mm in Nebraska and South Dakota.
Dir. Tash Tung
SUNDANCE 2018 NOMINATED:
Krishna wakes up in a strange place, with a strange guy. As she pieces together how she got there, she realises that the reasons may be bigger than just the night before.
Dir. Georgi Banks-Davies
THE OLD WOMAN AND THE SEA
After the death of her husband, Jo, at the age of 60, tries to find solace in learning how to swim.
Dir. Esmé Hicks
BEST SHORT DOC, LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2017:
THE HAPPIEST BARRACK
An experimental documentary chronicling the life of Varga's grandmother in Soviet Hungary.
Dir. Noémi Varga
Following the screening the filmmakers will discuss their films in an open conversation with the audience. We're proud to say the salon will be accessible to all: all films will be subtitled and a British Sign Language interpreter will assist.
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