Birds Eye View Film Festival

21.02.10
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 ...
The Uncle Hans-Peter Party at ICA

09.11.09
Uncle Hans Peter Date: 17 November | Location: Comica 2009, at the ICA, London The inaugural Uncle Hans-Peter Party takes place at Comica 2009 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London on Tuesday 17 November. Uncle Hans-Peter is the patriarch of the LET ME FEEL YOUR FINGER FIRST family. He’s a hunter. An operator. He enjoys tying up his nephews on hot summer afternoons. The Uncle Hans-Peter ...
Let Me Feel Your Finger First talks about Uncle Hans-Peter and those homo zombies

09.11.09
Uncle Hans-Peter APEngine talks to comics project Let Me Feel Your Finger First. The Uncle Hans-Peter Party is at the ICA, London, on 17 November 2009,  as part of Comica,  the London International Comics Festival. All guests get a mask, a copy of the new comic, Das Familienoberhaupt, and a CD featuring Escapade, the Uncle Hans-Peter Theme by Fil OK. What or who is Let ...
Mark Webber

14.10.09
Showing the festival: Gustav Deutsch's FILM IST. a girl & a gun APEngine talks to Mark Webber about his programming for the London Film Festival. How – why – did you start programming? As a teenager I was obsessed with Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground and reading books about The Factory and getting a little glimpse into that world, the New York underground. That’s my way in. I ...
The Jarman Award: James Mackay on Derek Jarman

22.09.09
Derek Jarman, image courtesy of James Mackay James Mackay worked closely as producer and collaborator with Derek Jarman throughout the 1980s. He was Cinema Programmer at the London Filmmaker’s Co-op in the 1970s, and programmed for Edinburgh and Berlin film festivals. He continues to work as a film curator, including programmes for Cambridge Film Festival, and recent work as  producer includes projects with Hannah Collins and ...