International Women's Day with Birds Eye View
This year we bring our opening night shorts programme to Picturehouse cinemas nationwide.
A stunning selection from the hottest new talent, including Sam Taylor-Wood's amazing Love You More, Harry Wootliff's powerful and affecting Trip and the gripping Sundance winner August 15th from Jiang Xuan. Full film listings here . World-class entertainment followed by friendly networking.
The films will be shown on Sunday 8th March at 3.30pm in the following cities:
Film Screening + Local Short Film
Local filmmaker Jules Williamson will introduce the shorts and screen her short film Tattoo after.Tickets: £7.20/ £6.20 conc./£5.20 members TO BOOK:
Please call Tyneside Cinema on 0845 217 9909 or purchase online.
Brighton, The Duke of York
Film Screening + Woman-made Animation and Live Music
The Screening will be followed by Open Book’s After Party: PAPER BAG: A evening of woman-made animation and live music at the Brunswick Pub 6pm – late.Film Tickets: £7.40/ £5.50 conc.
Co-presented by Open Book.
Paper Bag Tickets: £6/ £5 conc. (£4 BEV audience) TO BOOK: Please call Duke of York's Picturehouse on 0871 704 2056 (9.30am-8.30pm) or purchase online.
Film Screening + Networking Party with Films and Music
The screening will be introduced by a successful Scottish documentary maker and followed by a networking party in the Cameo Cinema Bar.
Tickets: £6.50/ £4.90 conc./ £4.90 members
Please call the Cameo Picturehouse on 0131 228 2800 or purchase online
London, Brixton Ritzy
Film Screening + Local Filmmaking Talent and Q&A
Birds Eye View in partnership with Quickflick World welcomes emerging talent from Brixton Paulette James who will premier the kung-fu comedy Enter The Preacher followed by Q&A. The event is chaired by Marjem Lubbers.Tickets: £6.50/ £5.25 conc./£4.75 retired
TO BOOK:Please call the Ritzy Picturehouse on 0871 704 2065 or purchase online.
Film Screening + Networking Party with Films, Talks, Installations....
The screening will be introduced by award-winning independent film producer Emily Blickem. It will be followed by a networking party in the Arts Picturehouse Bar:Successful local female filmmakers will be showing films and installations. Anglia Ruskin University film lecturers will give talks on cinema. Representatives from Vital Communities, Wysing Arts Centre and the Cambridge Film Network in attendance. Stalls by a range of exciting groups connected to film and women; including Cambridge Super 8 Film Festival, Amnesty International (women's issues) and NEUF Film Network. Standard Tickets: £7.20/ £6.20 conc.
Balcony Tickets: £10/ £9 conc. TO BOOK: Please call the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse on 0871 704 2050 or purchase online.
Become a BEV rep: If you live in any of these gorgeous cities, and want to help ensure these events are a fabulous success, please contact to find out more.