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Screening at Trispace

trispace shorts bermondseyOn Sept 25 TAKING OVER THE KING’S LAND screened in the film programme Trispace Shorts at Trispace Gallery, an art centre in Bermondsey, London, curated by Rizelle Molchanova.

 

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Sheffield DocFest and onward

It was great to take part in Sheffield Doc/Fest. The festival, which is the UK’s biggest documentary-only film festival,  gets about 2,000 submissions. Of that, they screen about 150 films (but that includes interactive films, shorts and older films) and host 100 others in the Videotheque, then  online for a 3 month period. So we are pretty pleased to be in that little pile!

So far we have got some great tweets and emails about TAKING OVER THE KING’S LAND so here’s hoping it keeps getting out there and finds that audience we made it for!

 

Sheffield DocFest opens today

Sheffield DocFest opens today and amazing streetart doc TAKING OVER THE KING’S LAND is on in the Videotheque throughout the festival.

If you are a delegate, please pull up a chair and have a look at the inspiring story of how an Egyptian artist tried to turn a condemned London housing estate into a giant artwork.

http://www.kingslandmural.co.uk

Portrait Nazir Tanbouli

Portrait Nazir Tanbouli

Does the funding of British documentaries threaten the quality of the content?

In the Independent today:   http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/opinion/crisis-in-funding-british-documentaries-threatens-the-quality-of-the-content-9468392.html   food for thought. Let’s see what Sheffield Docfest makes of our unfunded and uncompromised doc TAKING GVER THE KING’S LAND.

TAKING OVER THE KING’S LAND – JUNE FESTIVAL SCREENINGS

bdcmJune 1 Taking Over the King’s Land will be at Puny Gods vs The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum in Exeter, a full day of films and talks. Gillian McIver will present the film.

http://www.bdcmuseum.org.uk/news/puny-gods-vs-the-bill-douglas-cinema-museum/

 

June 7 is the opening of the Sheffield DocFest and Taking Over the King’s Land  will be there! It will screen in the festival Videotheque where it will be available to all delegates. After the festival it will remain available online to delegates for 90 days., So  if you’re going to Sheffield please check it out!sheffield docfest kingsland

I will be tweeting and blogging about the festival so do stay tuned in 😉

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PUNY GODS! Vs The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum – King’s Land Screening

June 01 sees a screening for Taking Over the King’s Land in Exeter, Devon!

The film will be playing at PUNY GODS! Vs The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum. The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum is one of the UK’s largest collection of material related to the moving image and has strong links with the BFI. There will be a great selection of award winning films screening and a selection of talks by film-makers and film studies academics from the University of Exeter.

This is going to be really fun. More details coming

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