The MA students in Film and TV are pleased to invite you to their final curatorial projects, from 11 to 16 July.
This year’s projects will explore moving images and their approach to reality, with an engaging series of exhibitions and film screenings. The exhibition and events will take place at London Gallery West, LGW Project Space (Harrow Campus), at Regent Street Campus (Room UG05), and at Close-Up Cinema.
Further information on the Film and Television: Theory, Culture and Industry MA website for Final Curation Projects.
Launch: Tuesday 11 July, 6–9pm
Regent Campus, University of Westminster, Room UG05
309 Regent Street W1B 2HW
11'09"01 September 11 (various directors, 2002) + Discussion with Dr Aidan Hehir, Reader in International Relations (UoW).
Film programme / closing event: Friday 14 July, 11am–6pm
A film programme about women, in films by women filmmakers
Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnès Varda, 1962)
Love is Blind (Sabine Crossen, 2015)
Please RSVP on Eventbrite - Through their Lenses: Film Screenings + Q&A
A screening project focused on films directed by Kiki Tianqu Yu
Screening of China's Van Goghs (2016) + Q&A with the director Kiki Tianqi Yu.
Please RSVP on Eventbrite - China’s Van Goghs (2016): Screening + Q&A
Please RSVP on Eventbrite: Tower (2016): Screening + Panel
Launch - Wednesday 12 July, 6pm
Open Wednesday 12 July – Sunday 16 July, 9am–5pm
London Gallery West & London Gallery West Project Space
University of Westminster, Harrow Campus
Watford Rd HA1 3TP
London Gallery West
The Third Space
A film exhibition on films about dreams and memories
Curated by Wandi Lou, Mengyu Huang
Cinema and urban culture in Shanghai
An exploration of films and urban culture in the “Hollywood of the East”, from 1912 to 1949
Curated by Yuehan Zhu and Yijun Zhang
London Gallery West Project Space
Through their Lenses
An exhibition about women by women filmmakers
Curated by Amandine Gros
Film as a Mirror
An exhibition about the relationship between audience identity and the film world
Curated by Ziyi Wang & Xi Chen
Kiki & Her Documentaries
An exhibition focused on films directed by Kiki Tianqu Yu, a Chinese independent filmmaker
Curated by Bingjie Zhai