Metal (Online): FILM CLASS: Watch-along + Conversations on Andrea Luke Zimmerman’s Trilogy

Metal (Online): FILM CLASS: Watch-along + Conversations on Andrea Luke Zimmerman's Trilogy Metal (Online): FILM CLASS: Watch-along + Conversations on Andrea Luke Zimmerman’s Trilogy


Venue: Metal at Edge Hill Station
Dates: 06/11/2020
Times: 18:30 - 21:00


FILM CLASS: Watch-along + Conversations on Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s Trilogy

OPENING: 06/11/20 – 08/11/20 | FREE

An online gathering looking at the films of Andrea Luka Zimmerman, current Metal artist-in-residence and Jarman Award Nominee.

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All donations will go towards future events as we begin conversations about creating a community cinema for Liverpool, a space to share film and instigate change in our communities.

Timings below are for watch-alongs. Upon booking, you will be able to watch the films at your convenience.

Friday 6 November

6.30pm: Welcome meetup and Intro on Zoom

7pm: Taskafa, Stories of the Street (2013) 60mins

8pm Regroup and share reflections

8.30pm: Music inspired by the film

 

Saturday 7 November

3.30pm: Welcome meetup and Intro on Zoom

4pm: Estate, a Reverie (2015) 83mins

5.30pm Join a conversation with Andrea after the film

 

Sunday 8 November

3.30pm: Welcome meetup and Intro on Zoom

4pm: Here for Life (2019) 86mins (15)

5.30pm: Join cast members Ben and Kamby for a conversation after the film

 

Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s films call for a profound re-imagining of the relationship between people, place and ecology. Focusing on marginalised individuals, communities and experience, she uses hybridity and narrative de/re-framing, alongside reverie and a creative waywardness. Informed by suppressed histories, and alert to sources of radical hope, Andrea’s work prioritises an enduring and equitable co-existence.

Films include the Artangel-produced ‘Here for Life’ (2019), (receiving a Special Mention at the Locarno Film festival and 1st Prize at PALMARES FESTIVAL DE CINEMA EN VILLE), ‘Erase and Forget’ (2017), ‘Estate, a Reverie’ (2015) and ‘Taskafa, Stories of the Street’ (2013), written and voiced by the late John Berger.

Cinema Nation: Michael and Monika want to change the world, and cinema is a suitable tool! Winners of the Cinema For All Roebuck Cup 2020 for dedication to Community Cinema, M + M are more than ever convinced of the importance of people coming together to collectively choose what films, images and music videos they want to watch. Together we can defeat isolation, share resources (essential for the planet!) and dream new worlds are possible.

Having met in Liverpool in 2015, Michael and Monika produce Scalarama, a nationwide coming together of cinemas of all shapes and sizes now in its 10th year, and have worked together on Liverpool Small Cinema, Big Adventure Cinema, Scalarama Merseyside and the release of Ken Loach’s Sorry, We Missed You

Produced in partnership with Cinema Nation.