Design by Maeve Redmond
The second instalment of GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW, this year’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival continues with an online screening, available to watch for free from 13-20 March 2021. Watch here.
The programme lies in between the folds of artists’ moving image, performance documentation, protest documentary and animation, considering their strategies for interruption, to undo the formal and psychological trappings of a neo-colonial, white supremacist, capitalist, patriarchal cinema system.
The programme includes works by Minia Biabiany, Evan Ifekoya, and Matthew Wayne Parkin and is accompanied by a discussion event hosted by the programmers on Thursday 18 March from 6–8pm.
Evan Ifekoya, Contoured Thoughts, 2019. 4 mins, 42 sec.
Minia Biabiany, Pawòl sé van (words are wind), 2020. 13 mins.
Mathew Wayne Parkin, Mud Mask, 2018. 8 mins.
Total running time: 25 mins, 42 sec.
GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW, this year’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival, is supported by Screen Scotland and Film Hub Scotland in partnership with Tramway.