Radical film at the
dawn of a new society

Radical film
at the dawn of
a new society

Non-hierarchical filmmaking after #metoo

Radical film
at the dawn
of a new

Non-hierarchical filmmaking after #metoo

Friday 15:00 - 18:00
Juli Saragosa
What kinds of hierarchies exist post #metoo? How can we structure authority in filmmaking so we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past? And what potential does non-hierarchical filmmaking hold in disrupting patriarchy? Is truly non-hierarchical filmmaking even possible? (more…)
Thursday 15:00 - 18:00
Everywhere Film School
Everywhere Film School is a free school activist initiative run by film workers that launches this Radical Film Meeting. It plans to grow a community worldwide in giving access to filmmaking skill-sets through a Discord server. We are especially looking for volunteer filmmakers to propose future workshops. (more…)
Friday 15:00 - 17:00
Alternative Fictions
In the act of documenting, power dynamics emerge between storytellers, those whose stories are being told and the audiences consuming them. Filmmakers frequently take an authoritative role over the stories of others. This power becomes evident when their vision, as artist and author, conflicts with those sharing their stories, sometimes leading to decisions that compromise trust, cross ethical boundaries and, at times, put people in precarious situations. (more…)
Saturday 15:00
Arts of the Working Class
THE PARA-REAL: Finding the Future in Unexpected Places
Link: https://tv.undersco.re


Synopsis: The Hologram’s online work began almost exactly after the moment when the day before became “life before.” And when we sat, minds racing in our homes and thinking and fearing the unthinkable, the Hologram was already in motion. One part art, one part activism and one part science fiction, Cassie Thornton, Shawn Chua and Lauren Klein describe their process of seizing and repurposing platforms to create a desperately needed and blossoming practice based support structure. (more…)