British Shorts: Made in Britain
We are delighted to collaborate with the Balkan Can Kino Film Symposium with screenings of a tailored selection of British short films that reflect this year’s focus on Women Creators. Τhe selection represents storytelling that reveals the breadth and diversity of British society, featuring some of its finest acting talents as seen by visionary UK filmmakers.
- The Present by Farah Nabulsi (Bafta 2021)
- The Trap by Lena Headey and Anthony Fitzgerald (Bafta 2020)
- Swan by Sophie King (The Uncertain Kingdom)
- What’s in a name? by Runyararo Mapfumo (The Uncertain Kingdom)
- Grit/Oyster by Rebecca Lloyd-Evans (The Uncertain Kingdom)
|When||Wednesday 13 October 2021, 20.00–22.00|
17 Kimolou Street
113 62 Athens
Find out more about the programme: http://balkan-can-kino.com
The screenings are admission free with pre-booking via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the 4th Balkan Can Kino Film Symposium
The #4BCKFS aims to offer space for more visibility and promote women creators, showcase their work and invite them to discuss and reflect on it. The international curated programme presents a wide selection of works of all types and genres created by women filmmakers, both established and newcomers, active in Greece and around the world. These works and discussions are meant to touch on the concerns and difficulties that women face today working in a male-dominated sector such as cinema, as well as the challenges, stereotypes and obstacles they need to overcome in an effort to achieve equal opportunities and recognition. Our ultimate aspiration is to create and support a network of women creators and cinema workers who will carry on promoting women’s work and rights, under an intersectional approach.