We're back to in-person events! 11/12 and 17/18 Sept, Inverness and Edinburgh
Join us for special screenings of some stunning and important documentaries directed by women, and our closing event - a panel discussion on Politics, Ethics, Women and Documentary. Speakers include presenter and journalist Halla Moheideen and filmmakers Amy Hardie and Hannah Currie.
The beautiful, Oscar longlisted Self-Portrait by Katja Hogset, Espen Wallin, Margreth Olin.
3.30 pm at Summerhall in Edinburgh – get tickets here
3 pm at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness – find tickets here.
Beyond My Grandfather Allende by Marcia Tambutti Allende.
- 4 pm at Summerhall in Edinburgh – get tickets here
- 3 pm at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness – find tickets here.
All About My Sisters by Wang Qiong.
4 pm at Summerhall in Edinburgh – get tickets here
1.30 pm at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness – find tickets here.
Island of the Hungry Ghosts by Gabrielle Brady AND Closing Panel Discussion.
2 pm at Summerhall in Edinburgh – find tickets here
2 pm at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness – find tickets here.
4 pm – Closing event of our Phenomenal Women series for a panel discussion with special guests who will be bringing their own perspectives on mental health and politics, filmmaking, activism, ethics and the specific set of challenges that women making documentaries face in the industry and beyond. This event is taking place in the Anatomy Theatre at Summerhall, on Sunday 18 September, from 4 pm – Free but please RSVP here as places are limited.
To make our events more accessible, we are using a sliding scale ticket price for our screenings. You can choose what you pay based on your circumstances – you won’t be asked for any proof / ID, we just ask that you are honest!
All screenings will be available to pre-book online on a sliding scale basis of £2-£8, with free tickets available during the screening dates at the venue. If you would like to book a free ticket in advance or make a group booking of free tickets, please feel free to get in touch via [email protected].
Programme partners: Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, led by the Mental Health Foundation.
Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI.