Birmingham Critical Film Forum presents:
Eastside Projects, Thursday 14 April, 6.30pm
Earthly Bodies is a screening of films by artists exploring feminist, embodied relations to the non-human, curated by Birmingham-based curator Jessica Piette.
The screening will centre feminist, multi-vocal and ecological film-making practices, showing four short artist films that explore varied material entanglements with the non-human. Themes explored in the films include the colonial commodification of nature, nature as a site for connecting with others and tracing genealogy, embodied and queer relationships to the non-human.
The programme takes place on Thursday 14 April, 6.30pm, at Eastside Projects and will include work by Bryony Gillard, Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann, Shireen Seno, and Linda Stupart.
This free event is the first part of the Birmingham Critical Film Forum, initiated by Seán Elder, a series supported by the Stuart Croft Foundation Curation Award to develop artists’ moving image in the West Midlands.
Visit Eastside Projects website for more information and to book tickets.
Top image: Still from Unctuous Between Fingers, Bryony Gillard (2019)