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Women in Film SE15 at Peckham and Nunhead
Free Film Festival 2017

 

Tuesday 5 September 2017
7.15pm, Peckham  Library, Pod 2

Paragraph 175 + Intro by Kate Hodkinson

Time: 7:15PM (Doors open 6.45PM)
Venue: Peckham Library – Pod 2, 
122 Peckham Hill St, Peckham, London SE15 5JR

PARAGRAPH 175 is an award-winning documentary about the persecution of gay men and women in Nazi Germany. Over 100,000 people were arrested under Paragraph 175 of the German penal code, and of those that were sent to concentration camps only 4,000 are known to have survived.

Five of these tell their stories in this film, in gripping accounts that bring to life the historical persecution and incarceration of LGBT people – serving as a stark reminder of the atrocities that homophobia continues to fuel in Chechnya today.

Read the joint interview by Kyna Morgan (Her Film Project) and Tracey Francis (Women in Film SE!5) with Gavin Kelleher, of The People’s Film Club about the Paragraph 175 screenings: www.herfilmproject.com


  

Wednesday 6 September 2017
8pm, The Green Community Centre

Mustang + short film Simi

Time: 8:00PM (Doors open 7.30PM)
Venue: The Green Community Centre, Nunhead Green
5 Nunhead Green, London Se15 3QQ

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MUSTANG is a subtitled Turkish language drama about five young sisters who are imprisoned in their house by their grandmother, as punishment for their perceived flirtatious behaviour, and to keep them unsullied for their future husbands.

Simi

Simi (2015) is a collective film made by young who attended a women in film SE15 workshop.
Simi is a psychological drama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Prevenge (15)

Tuesday 13 June 2017
Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way.

Time: 8pm
Tickets: £5/£3.50 Conc.
Doors Open at 7.30pm
Venue: Deptford Cinema, 39 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PQ

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F-Rated: Films with a female lead, director or are about women will get the rating.


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Women’s History Month Screening
American Honey (15)
Friday 10 March 2017 
Time: 7.45pm (Doors open from 7pm)
Tickets: £5/£3.50 Conc.
Doors Open at 7pm
Venue: Deptford Cinema, 39 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PQ
www.deptfordcinema.org
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A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits.

F-Rated: Films with a female lead, director or are about women will get the rating.


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Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival 2016
Women in Film Do Horror
Can women and the horror genre mix?
Wednesday 7 September 2016

An illustrated talk led by the journalist, lecturer and horror fan Charlie Oughton about women and horror. Looking at women as the central character in horror films, to contemporary directors such as Jennifer Kent, Ana Lily Amirpour and the Soska Sisters.

Wednesday 7 September 2016
Time: 8pm (Doors 7.45pm)
Venue: The Green Nunhead, (Community Centre) 5 Nunhead Green, Nunhead SE15 3QQ

Certificate 18
Door 19.45 Start. 20:00 -21.30

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Charlie Oughton

Dr Charlie Oughton is a broadcaster, author, lecturer and journalist specialising in taboo (particularly serial killers), horror film and gender studies. He is also a historical storyteller, presenter and occasional actor (in horror films, naturally).

Charlie writes on horror for publishers including Starburst, SciFi Now, Ain’t It Cool News and Real Crime. He has also contributed chapters on horror film to books including Robert Downey Jr. From Brat to Icon (McFarland), Celluloid Ceiling: Women Film Directors Breaking Through and Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema (all Aurora Metro).

As a broadcaster, Charlie has presented DVD ‘extras’ commentaries and appeared on the web-based Moviedrome cult film introduction series as well as appearing on international radio and BBC News. He has also co-organised arts events including The Dark Mills Cult Cinema Club and London Horror Festival and judged international film competitions including the Melies D’Argent. Charlie lectures in film, media, live events and cultural studies at Regent’s University London and University of the Arts London and has toured his horror film studies cabaret lectures at public events including the Shock and Gore Festival (Manchester), Nine Worlds Geek Fest (London), Southend International Film Festival and Bram Stoker International Film Festival (Whitby).

Random fact: Charlie also has a serious ‘thing’ for How to Train Your Dragon.
Follow Charlie @DrKOughton


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Landscapes of Girlhood 
Tuesday 8 March 2016 – International Women’s Day
Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: £5/£3.50 Conc.
Doors Open at 7pm
Venue: Deptford Cinema, 39 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PQ
www.deptfordcinema.org
To book tickets click here.

To mark International Women’s Day an evening of short films and discussion ranging from South London to Palestine, celebrating the diverse and unconventional voices of young women. The programme includes archive film, ‘Back To Josie’ from the Cinenova catalogue and Underwire Award Winning film ‘Knock Off.’

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Films: Landscapes of Girlhood (2015), Simi (2015), Back To Josie (1997), Knock Off (2009) and A Running Occupation (2015)


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Young Women’s Filmmaking Workshop
Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 October 2015

A FREE two-day filmmaking and ideas workshop for young women aged 12-15 years old living in SE15, interested in films and filmmaking. No experience needed.

Date:     Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 October
Time:    10.30 am – 3.30pm
Venue:   Thames Reach, Employment Academy, 29 Peckham Road SE5 8UA

Sign up, come along and develop an idea and make a short film plus gain an insight into filmmaking. The workshops will be run by Tracey Francis (M.A Digital Film student at LSBU), Sarah Peace (Artist and Filmmaker) and is a collaborative project with Theatre Peckham.

Light lunch will be provided. If you have any food allergies please supply your own lunch.
Tutors are DBS checked.

This event is funded by
Southwark Council
and supported by Theatre Peckham, Nunhead’s Voice
and Thames Reach.

For further information and to sign up, contact: Tracey Francis: tracey.francis.tf@gmail.com
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Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival 2015
Women in Film presents at Nunhead Library

From silent films to war projects, through to web series – the fifth Women in Film event presents an eclectic mix of female creatives working in the film and image making industries. There will be short films and archive footage, plus a Q&A.

Our speakers will be:
Lucy Smee, film archivist, will give a short talk about Alice Guy, one of the first female pioneers in early French cinema.

Melissa Jo Smith will discuss how a postcard with an iconic photograph led to the Peckham War Horse Project.

Monique Needham, writer and director of the popular web series Housemates will discuss how and why she created this show.

Date and Venue: Tuesday 8 September, Nunhead Library, Gordon Road SE15 3RW
Time: 8pm (doors open from 7.30pm) African Drumming from 7.45pm
Website: Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival

Light refreshments provided


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Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival Event
Women in Film present: 

‘What happened next?’

A programme of three short films and a Q&A with artist Ruth Maclennan, in which the city is a site of disorientation, inner conflict, and power struggles

Date: Wednesday 18 March at 8pm
Venue:  Upstairs at The Old Nun’s Head, 15 Nunhead Green SE15 3QQ

Ruth Maclennan is currently developing work in the far North of Scotland and Arctic Russia into changing relationships with the sea and the geo-political shift North. Her most recent film Call of North, was shot in Russian Karelia and premiered at the BFI LFF.  She is currently editing a film commissioned by Cape Farewell, shot during the Sea Change sailing expedition to Orkney, Fair Isle, and Shetland.

This is a FREE public screening
www.ruthmaclennan.com
Ruth Maclennan’s films are distributed by LUX


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Women in Film present: ‘My £999 Wedding’ and Q&A with Director Tanya Stephan

Date: Wednesday 21 January at 8pm
This is a Free Event but you will need to reserve a place via Eventbrite, click here .
In the first of a series of free public events showcasing the work of women in the film and television industries, Women in Film present a screening of Tanya Stephan’s documentary ‘My £999 Wedding’*, followed by a Q&A with Tanya.

Tanya Stephan has produced and directed observational documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4 since 2001. She self-shoots all her own films and has worked with many independent production companies on singles and series, often about sensitive subjects like mental health and addiction, as well as developing her own projects such as the documentaries ‘Muslim School’ and ‘Donor Mum’. She produced and directed the series ‘Liberty of London’, which was broadcast in December 2013.

My £999 Wedding’ is a moving exploration of love and limited finances. The film follows the stories of three couples, two straight and one gay, getting married on budgets that are a fraction of the national average, and meets the wedding planners working hard to make their days as perfect as possible for the money.

Tanya Stephan’s website: www.tanyastephan.com
*First broadcast in October 2014 on BBC2

Women in Film Events
Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival 2014


Women in Film: Documentary

Lina Caicedo and Jenn Nkiru, two local female directors, talk about their first films and their take on the film industry. Plus, Lucy Smee who runs the Bechdel Film Club talks about what the Bechdel Test is, why she started the film club and will screen her chosen short documentary that passes the test. There will be a Q&A and discussion during this event.

Date and Venue: Monday 8 September, Nunhead Library
Time: 8pm (doors open from 7.30pm)
Website: Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival


Previous Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festival events:

2011: Sister Act: Female Friendship in films.
Speakers: Dr. Danielle Hipkins and Else Thomson and hosted by Tracey Francis

2012: Reel Women: Short Films and a Q& A with two of the directors, Tanya Stephan and Charlotte Bill

2013: Screening of short film Adults – A Women in Film Production. This film was made from a two day workshop. Plus, a screening of The Kids are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko,  as chosen by our group.

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