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Cine Sisters SW November Mixer Event

Sunday, November 28

November Mixer Event! A day of free workshops, screenings of commissioned films and networking as we celebrate our first year as an organisation!

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Programme:
12.45 Doors Open
13.00 Workshop: Long Form Sound for Film with Lucinda Guy and Kate Paxman
14.30 Break
15.00 Workshop: Making It Happen, Production Musts with Marina O’Shea
16.30 Break
17.00 Screening of ‘Welcome to Plymouth’ by artist Katy Richardson
18.00 Commissioned Artists Screening + Discussion

Further details:
Workshop 1: Long Form Sound for Film with Lucinda Guy and Kate Paxman

Lucinda Guy and Kate Paxman are hosting a sound for film workshop. In this workshop we will collaborate to create a soundtrack and film that uses fragments and patterns of sound and images in multiple combinations, with an unfolding variety of meanings over an extended time period.

Lucinda Guy is a radio artist and composer working in non-commercial spaces. She is a founder of two arts-based radio stations, Soundart Radio and Skylark FM.
Facebook: @soundartradio
Twitter: @SoundartRadio

Kate Paxman is an artist who works with sound, film, animation and drawing, and her latest commissions include BEaSt Feast 2021, and Aeolus Online. Kate is a founding member of Cine Sisters SW.
Facebook: @kate.paxman
Instagram: @katepaxman

Workshop 2: Making It Happen, Production Musts with Marina O’Shea

Looking at the finer details of production, storyboarding and understanding ‘drivers’ for a film project with a step-by-step guide of all the aspects in production on a project; with avenues for startups, development and high-level stages of working.

A writer, performer, theatre maker and creative producer, Marina has worked extensively in theatre and film. She’s written for the What The Frock! Book of Funny Women and worked with various stage and screen companies including Screenbound Pictures/ Odeon Entertainment, Cineon Productions, RH Media, Smiths News and Oceanallover in Scotland. She has produced several film series for both creative, cultural and corporate industries with her work having been screened at film festivals across the UK.
Website: www.yettobe.org
Instagram: @marina.oshea

Screening of ‘Welcome to Plymouth’ by artist Katy Richardson

This film pairs new and found footage to poetically and critically examine Plymouth as a built environment. It does not track smoothly past the state of the art university facilities, or fly you over Smeaton’s tower on a sunny day. This is the other city: the low-income city, insular and geographically disconnected; the city where the UK’s nuclear submarines are refuelled and refurbished. This is the overwhelmingly white city, a post-Brexit port city, in late capitalism. This is a city which has a lot to learn about welcoming people.

Katy Richardson is an artist based in Plymouth, UK and this film was commissioned as a response to the Encounters She/Her film programme produced in Summer 2021.

Commissioned Artists Screening + Discussion

Antonina Szram primarily works with extended vision, and is fascinated by the history of glass, which has a tremendous influence on the evolution of mankind and its planet.

Emma Welton is a composer and violinist specialising in contemporary and experimental work.

Jemma Cholawo has worked within mixed media experimental art films, music videos and travel films.

Katherine Glynne-Jones works primarily with moving image to create abstract films that explore themes such as romance, nostalgia, dreams and the landscape.

Trudie Shutler is currently experimenting with found footage. Her work has has been featured in festivals such as 2dayslater Horror Festival.

Anna Boland’s practice is interdisciplinary, and her current work is influenced by dystopian fiction, notions of invisible environments and worlds, post pandemic existence, research into biological forms, the air we breathe and Plato’s writing on the structure of elements.

The event is free and open to everyone.

Workshop attendees will need to register in advance to due to limited places.

We will be following current government COVID guidance and encouraging attendees to wear face coverings when moving around the space.

Please contact cinesisterssw@gmail.com with any questions.

Cine Sisters SW CIC is an Arts Council funded collective of womxn working in film and living in Devon & Cornwall. Our aim is to develop a network that provides inspiration, supports our members to create projects on a range of platforms, and offers small funded opportunities for womxn film makers in our region.

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