[imc-scotland-discussion] FREE FILM FEST APRIL

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Wed Apr 12 07:51:48 PDT 2006


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FREE FILM FESTIVAL

(for more details on the films and to find out about future free 
screenings, please visit
http://www.camcorderguerillas.net/phpBB2/calendar.php)

What is it?

The Free Film Festival is aimed to provide informational and 
inspirational films and documentaries for free by using the facilities available in 
our communities and our educational institutions. Each location is self 
managed so if you wish to find out more information about the screenings please 
get in touch with the group that is organizing them through the contact 
details at the bottom of this page.


APRIL SCREENINGS
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(for more details on the films and to find out about future free 
screenings, please visit
http://www.camcorderguerillas.net/phpBB2/calendar.php)

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OIL FACTOR
Time: 5:00 p.m, Monday, April 10
Location: Lecture Theater 3, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

IKIRU (translated as LIVING)
Time: 5:30 pm, Tuesday April 11
Location: Bourdon Lecture Theatre, Bourdon Building, Glasgow School of 
Art
Runtime: 140
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English

DARWIN'S NIGHTMARE
Time: 5:00 p.m, Wednesday, April 12
Location: Lecture Theater 2, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

ARNA'S CHILDREN
Time: 5:00 p.m, Monday, April 17
Location: Lecture Theater 3, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

Lucky People Center International
Time: 5:30 pm, Tuesday April 18
Location: Bourdon Lecture Theatre, Bourdon Building, Glasgow School of 
Art
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

FOURTH WORLD WAR
Running Time:75 mins
Time/Date: 7.30pm, Wednesday 19th April 2006
Location: George's X Chalkboard, 34 Clarendon Place, G20 7PZ (near St 
George's Cross underground station)
Admission: free to everyone (though donations welcome)

BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE
Time: 5:00 p.m, Wednesday, April 19
Location: Lecture Theater 2, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

MAKE IT PLAIN
Time: 5:00 p.m, Monday, April 24
Location: Lecture Theater 3, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance
Time: 5:30 pm, Tuesday April 25
Location: Bourdon Lecture Theatre, Bourdon Building, Glasgow School of 
Art
Runtime: 87 min
Country: USA (1983)
Language: Hopi / English
Admission: Free to All

END OF SUBURBIA
Running Time: 77 mins
Time/Date: 7.30pm, Wednesday 26th April 2006
Location: St George's Cross Chalkboard, 34 Clarendon Place, G20 7PZ 
(near St 
George's Cross underground station)
Admission: free to all

DR. STRANGELOVE
Time: 5:00 p.m, Wednesday, April 26
Location: Lecture Theater 2, McCance Building, University of 
Strathclyde
Running Time:
Admission: Free to All

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(for more details on the films and to find out about future free 
screenings, please visit
http://www.camcorderguerillas.net/phpBB2/calendar.php)

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Who is involved?

Open Vistas
Open Vistas is a Glasgow School of Art association composed of students 
and tutors that aims to show challenging films about current issues. Films 
shown so far have focussed on the Israel/Palestine situation.
Contact: earthslittlecommentator at hotmail.com

GS Film Theatre
GS is a Strathclyde group that screens high quality political 
documentary related to current events that usually generates very informative 
discussions following the screenings.
Contact: m.idrees at gmail.com

GAP
Glasgow Autonomous Project is community group based at the Chalkboard 
Social Center near St George's X underground. The group aims to provide a 
space for the local community to gather and organize themselves toward positive 
social change.
Contact: cinemaparadiso at riseup.net

Camcorder Guerillas
The camcorder Guerillas are a Glasgow based video activist collectives 
currently working towards providing Glasgow with videos and literature 
for research and diffusion purposes about subjects that rarely make it into 
the mainstream media and education. By becoming a community resource, the 
Camcorder Guerillas hope to help organise more events such as these by 
putting groups in touch with each other.
Contact: info at camcorderguerillas.net
Web: www.camcorderguerillas.net

How you can help

1) donate money to those organising these screenings for paper and ink 
+ time and effort

2) If you want to put on a free screening, know of someone who already 
is doing that, or want to help out at the current screening locations 
please contact petrolinmyfood at gmail.com

3) can you make cakes? if so, make some and bring them to the screening 
to share with others ... makes for a much nicer atmosphere.

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(for more details on the films and to find out about future free 
screenings, please visit
http://www.camcorderguerillas.net/phpBB2/calendar.php)

And sorry for cross-posting!



Camcorder Guerillas
GMAC Room 17
34 Albion Street
G1 1LH Glasgow
Email us: info at camcorderguerillas.net
www.camcorderguerillas.net
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