Episode 57 – FilmBee ‘Visions of Collisions’ | Projections at Tyneside

For this week’s episode Alice and Amy popped back along to the Tyneside Cinema to check out the most recent event in the Projections programme: Visions of Collisions by FilmBee. FilmBee is a collective based in the North East who experiment with all things film: shooting it, developing it, screening it and creating fab events with it, like this one! This was a weird and wonderful collaboration of ideas and source material, and we learned about the concept of agonism and how that can be thought of in the cinema space.

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You can find out more information about this event on the Projections website.

Episode 50 – Susie Green and Simon Bayliss: ‘Artists’ Music Videos | Projections at Tyneside

For this week’s episode the girls popped back along to the Tyneside Cinema to check out the most recent event in the Projections programme: Susie Green & Simon Bayliss: Artists’ Music Videos. They had a fantastic evening watching an eclectic mix of music videos and true experimentations of what a music video could be.

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We managed to find a few of the music videos that were in the programme so you can check them out here:

You can find out more information about this event on the Projections website.

Episode 39 – Holly Argent: Interleaving The Archive at Projections Tyneside

For this week’s episode the girls went back over to the Tyneside Cinema to check out what’s on in the Projections programme. This time Holly Argent, known for starting the Women Artists of the North East Library, gave a ‘performative lecture’ about here archival findings of the Polish art duo, KwieKulik. This was a really amazing and unique experience, and a fantastic taste of what you can check out at Projections.

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More information about Projections and Interleaving the Archive.

More information about Women Artists of the North East Library.