DescriptionThis online event focuses on early 20th Century women filmmakers in Scotland. Chaired by Professor Melanie Bell, (Film History, School of Media and Communication, University of Leeds), whose area of expertise is in Gender and Film as well as British Cinema History, the event will discuss the film production of that period, the ethics of filming others, and caring for their work. It will also reflect on how the women filmmakers saw themselves and their motivations for making film. This discussion is with Ros Cranston (Curator of Non-Fiction Film and Television at the BFI National Archive, BFI National Archive), Shona Main (filmmaker and PhD researcher, University of Stirling / Glasgow School of Art); Janet McBain (founding Curator, Scottish Screen Archive); Professor Sarah Neely (Theatre, Film & Television Studies, University of Glasgow, Dr Isabel Seguì Fuentes (Film and Visual Culture Department, University of Aberdeen) and Jenny Brownrigg (The Glasgow School of Art, curator of Glean).
The event took place 27.1.23, as part of the programme for the exhibition 'Glean: Early 20th century women photographers and filmmakers in Scotland' (12 Nov 2022 - 12 Mar 2023). The event was devised and organised by Jenny Brownrigg, in partnership with City Art Centre, and The Glasgow School of Art
|Period||27 Jan 2023|
|Event title||Glean: Focus on filmmaking online event|