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Debuts + Discussion

Debuts + discussion

Event Details

Sunday 4 December 

Genesis Cinema 16:00




A director’s “vision” is a much lauded and hard to define attribute – constantly referred to in reviews and interviews without specifying exactly what it is! Every iconic filmmaker takes a sprawling journey to realise each story, and as we enter their film worlds, they invite us to share their perspectives. As we look back on the early short films of celebrated British filmmakers Andrea Arnold, debbie tucker green, Carol Morley, Destiny Ekhanaga and Lynne Ramsay, we trace the evolution of their storytelling styles. They have made rules, broken them and created films that alter audiences’ understanding of what is possible on film.

Films screening:

Small deaths (Lynne Ramsay, 1996)
Heat (debbie tucker green, 2009)
The Week Elvis Died (Carol Morley, 1997)
Tight Jeans (Destiny Ekaragha, 2008)
Wasp (Andrea Arnold, 2003)
Event supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience
Network, funded by the National Lottery.


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