9.30 – 3pm at University of Glasgow Gilmorehill Halls
Radical Film Network Unconference
Space for people involved in radical film culture to meet up, share knowledge and materials, and reflect on their practice.
9.30am – 3pm at Gilmorehill Halls
Radical Independent Bookfair, Spirit of Revolt, The Drouth and The Radical Film Archive will be in the RFN Resource Space – where you can browse books, magazines, archive and independent radical films during the Unconference weekend.
A nomadic installation exploring migration and movement featuring films from GRAMNet.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.
11am – 3pm at Flourish House
Let Glasgow Flourish House Party
Drop in cafe with an eclectic programme of films suggested by RFN members and presented by the Scottish Mental Heath Arts and Film Festival. There will be free soup and cake as well as coffee throughout the Let Glasgow Flourish House Party!
2pm – 6pm at GalGael
How To Generate Our Collective Futures?
GalGael and Life Mosaic invite you to share the experience of how the Misak indigenous people of Colombia reclaimed their land and took control over their collective futures, and to think together on how this approach could apply to Govan, Glasgow and Scotland.
4pm – 6pm at GMAC
More Voices: Minority Ethnic Women on Stage and Screen in Scotland
How does drama in film or theatre inform people’s perceptions of minority ethnic women in Scotland? And what does the current cultural landscape feel like for BAME women?
4pm – 10pm at various venues
RADICAL HOME CINEMA
Glasgow personalities invite you to their space to watch the film that they want to show you. Musicians, artists, activists, film-makers and journalists invite you into their homes and workspaces for a radical screening experience.
6pm – 8pm at Market Gallery
Disappearing Glasgow: Shorts by Chris Leslie
A programme of provocative short films on Glasgow’s regeneration.
8pm – 9.30pm at GFT
LUX Scotland presents ‘Pain Is…’
A public screening and discussion about Stephen Dwoskin’s feature length film that considers the role of pain within society – in terms of healthcare, pleasure and administration.
7pm – 2am at QMU
Love Music Hate Racism
An evening of live music at the Queen Margaret Union.