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Birds Eye View Film Festival
Birds Eye View Film Festival 2010

Birds Eye View Film Festival 2010

Dates: 4 – 12 March | Location: BFI Southbank, ICA and Barbican

Birds Eye View is back for its 6th annual Film Festival of celebrating, championing and showcasing women filmmakers.

‘Nine jam packed days, 8 inspired features, 7 penetrating documentaries, 21 visionary shorts, 22 retro movies starring iconic blondes, cutting-edge fashion and music films plus BEV’s already-famous commissions of new scores by hot female talent to classic silent films. Expect a glittering bevy of celebrities and filmmakers, parties, special events and much more. This year we’re at the ICA, BFI Southbank, Cinema Renoir and Ritzy Picturehouse.’

For further information, visit Birds Eye View Film Festival.

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