Archive for May, 2008

bw screening @ cca wednesday 4th june

Bildwechsel Glasgow presents…. independent and d.i.y. films from glasgow, scottish, uk and international women / lesbian / transgender / feminist / queer film makers.

Wednesday 4th June, 7.30pm at cca

A free but ticketed event – get your tickets at the cca box office: Tel. 0141 352 4900. cca, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow


Wake up, Stini Sebald & Sabine Rollnik, Germany, Flash, 2‘55 min, 2006

A young lady makes desperate efforts to angle for a boy‘s attention but he lives in his own world and doesn‘t notice her. So she gets really angry…

My Heart The Rock Star, Nikki Forrest, Canada, 2001, 2 mins

Technicolor Kiss, Alexandra Adams, USA, 2006, 3 mins 30
Technicolor Kiss was made in a workshop for teenagers, and shows the powerful combination of lipstick, kisses and fantasy.

Airplanes, Jen Heck, USA, 2006, 8 mins

An encounter with another girl…. that first look can sometimes feel like taking off….

I didn’t know what to say to him, Jessica MacCormack/Steven M Brown, Canada/Tyskland, 7 mins 49

“Many forms of state violence are hidden and prey on the most vulnerable members of society”. “I didn’t know what to say to him” comes in response to the official Report of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) on the conditions at Weimar/Ichtershausen Juvenile Prison, Weimar Germany.

Misja Brunhilda, Queer Misjia Collective, Polish with english subtitles, 2008, 13 mins 28
The result of a video workshop in Warsaw earlier this year, this collaborative project deconstructs the very sexist, polish cult film Seksmisja – queering the storyline and turning the heterosexism of the original on its head.

“I Am Leaving Home”, Eva Kietzmann, Germany, 2008, 10 mins 30
Video diary/ video performance. The video performance deals with living space and identity. How is my identity constructed by my surroundings? How are my surroundings mirrored by my identity? How easy is it to leave my home/ my identity/ my past? Leaving as a process of becoming…

Stalking Mike Hawke, Lisa Ganser, USA, 16mm, 1999, 8 mins

A lesbian becomes obsessed by a 16-year-old boy.

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