Bird’s Eye View film festival

Posted on February 4, 2009


Apologies for the cut and past job but this info on the Bird’s Eye View film festival did come to me in the form on a press release. Which shouldn’t lessen the event’s appeal as it’s a great concept, supporting the work of female directors and even more importantly my mate Tam’s involved in organising it.

The 5th annual Birds Eye View Film Festival (BEV) launches 5 – 13 March with over 70 films and events, showcasing a selection of the best new work from international women film-makers with a special focus this year on sex on screen. Events will take place at the BFI Southbank, ICA, The Gate cinema (Notting Hill), and Picturehouse Cinemas across the UK on International Women’s Day (March 8th).


The Opening Night Gala will showcase a selection of eclectic UK & international shorts, including Sam TaylorWood’s BAFTA nominated Love You More, Sundance winner August 15th by Jiang Xuan, plus a taste of the vampish delights to come with live music by the Elysian Quartet.

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