Film
5, March 2021 - 26, March 2021


Film, photography, video, TV, and online content
This month we're highlighting still and moving image from analogue to online

Exhibitions and events will be online via social media and in the real world through our on street gallery.

Introducing

Film Leicester are here to make Leicestershire a destination for Film & TV Production. For Filmmakers, Students, Production Companies, Agencies, Local business & councils, Education, Minority Groups. Find out more and get involved at https://filmleicester.com and follow on social media @filmleicester 


Events
Sat 13th 10am: Cultural Quarter Earlies. Family activities from CQ venues. This month discover analogue photography with Leicester Lo-Fi Photography's free kits. Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/events/3775880372461583

Weds 17th 4-6pm Independent Filmmaking: Breaking In By Doing It Your Way Exploring ways to succeed in the modern film industry. DMU will be hosting a free guest lecture from Oscar shortlisted director Chris Jones, the co-author of The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook.Join via teams

Tues 23rd 8pm:
Cable 7 Leicester, The Reunion. Cable 7 was Leicester’s community TV channel between 1992 and 2000. Broadcasting 9.5 hours of original programmes every week to 220,000 homes. Programmes made by local volunteers and enthusiasts, now part of Leicester folklore. Join us for the 20 year anniversary reunion. Find out more, see clips and tell us you're coming via https://www.facebook.com/events/142096347816261

Tuesday 23 - Thursday 25 March, 10:30-12:30 each day Workshop- Leicester Producers Series **SOLD OUT** Established producer Lauren Parker leads a series of workshops over three days for emerging Leicestershire and Rutland-based short film producers. Find out more and register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bfi-network-leicester-producers-series-tickets-144298539817

Thurs 25th 7pm screen_share is a new event for artists making screen-based work of any kind to come together, share what they’ve made and talk about it in a friendly and informal environment. Submit your work by March 17th. Find out more at https://www.phoenix.org.uk/event/screen_share/

Exhibition see more at #film on Instagram



Street Gallery- local residents can see some of the work in our gallery windows

Featured Artists
See the artist profiles below for how to get in touch and if their work is available to buy, unless stated otherwise/ Not For Sale

1710 Film Please DM @17.10film to discuss prints
360red Productions
Adam Khalifa
Alex Hemley
Alexander Buja
Alucia
Ama Dogbe
Amelia Daiz and Lucy Robinson
Ayesha
bgfcsmllftrs £15 each. Limited availability. via @bgfcsmllftrs 
BJK.
Cameron Lee Horace see full version here
Clair Robins
Dawn E Woods
Digital Mechanic see the full version here
Dr Miffy Ryan in collaboration with TY YU
Eden Sandy
ELK Medium
Emma Lloyd
Film Leicester
Freya Pryce
Gaz Birtles  
Hannah Sarah Day 
Harjeev Singh Dhillon
Henrik Fjoord
HQ Media see the full version here
Hubert Kotlicki
Intrepid Media/ Nick Hamer- see Brotherhood: The Inner Life of Monks on BBC4 8pm on Sunday March 28th 2021 or iPlayer after
Jacqui Booth £95 per piece, £130 mounted on board, contact via website
Josie Parr
Keith Allott / Badshoes Film 
Ken Ogborn Photo
Kieran Bond
Kira Jenkins
Laura Dickinson & Taz Jammali see the full version here
Lucy James see the full version here
Marco Morelli
Marét
Matthew Pell
Mehul Patel / Arcangel Images For purchasing image licences and digital downloads, please visit website
Morgan Busow enquiries via @morg_b_
Nathan Gunn
Nick Linnett
Phoebe Carnall-Ruppel
Phoebe Mae Ellis £25, enquiries via @phoebe_mae_ellis
Saarah - £100, DM @saarahpatelphotography
Sallyanne Kirk has just been featured in Vogue! read more here
Samantha Stone
State68 Photography (Simon Mears)£50 via @simonmears7318
Steve Friendship - Large Scale Film
Subhash Viman Gorania - Artistic Director of Morph Productions
Tall Socks Animation
Thomas Jack Brown
Victor Anton Photography prints £60 each via @victorantonphotography
Wayne Mitchelson 
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