Archive for the ‘Films’ Category

Location: LIVERPOOL and Festival, The Box, Fact, 88 Wood St, L1 4DQ, Liverpool Date: Friday 25 September, Time: 2pm Price: £7/£5 Location: LONDON, Goldsmith’s, University of London, Small Hall Cinema Date: Tuesday 29 September Time: 6.30pm Price:£3 CLUB DES FEMMES Presents ‘Why have there been no great women artists?’ This is how the critic Linda […]

Birds Eye View was founded as a short film event in 2002, registered as a charity in 2004, launched the UK’s first major women’s film festival in 2005, and are now developing year-round activity with the First Weekenders Club, BEV Labs, touring programme and online community. They have one paid position, a voluntary position and […]

Date: 27th September 2009 Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm Location: The Imperial War Museum, London Cost: Free Women in war or peacetime do not always get the historical credit they deserve. Through film and documentaries find out about Black women who have led the resistance against slavery, colonialism, and racism. In association with Tony Warner and […]

Birds Eye View, the organisation celebrating and supporting international film makers, is looking for an editor to help them complete their 2009 festival highlights video. We are looking for an editor to help us tackle the mission of making a highlights video from the footage of our 2009 film festival. Follow this link to watch […]

All events are free but require booking as they are often over subscribed. The Stoning of Soraya M Based on a true story, the film opens with a woman describing the stoning to death of her niece Soraya to a French journalist who has been stranded in a remote Iranian village. When Soraya refuses to […]

Birds Eye View the ever expanding company championing women in film and organisers of the annual Birds Eye View Film Festival are seeking candidates for two roles. Managing Director Permanent full-time Salary: £27k per annum Company Administrator Permanent flexible part-time: 4 days per week (negotiable). Salary: £16k per annum. Visit the recruiment section of the […]

H.O.P.E Training and Consultancy specialise in BME Domestic Violence Training. In March they launched a DVD “An Insight into Forced Marriages & Honour Based Violence” which ‘[looks] at for forced marriage issues and honour based violence through the eyes of young people. This DVD has been produced, filmed and edited by young people from Leicestershire.This […]