This screening is followed by a panel discussion with actor Mania Akbari and Saeed Kamali Dehghan, Iran correspondent for The Guardian, hosted by The Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw.
The 16th T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland. Competition jury members: Gust van den Berghe, Adrian Sitaru, Magnus von Horn, Sandrine Marques and Mania Akbari.
On the 6th March 2016, Sheffield University is hosting a screening of One.Two.One followed by a Q&A with the director, Mania Akbari.
Mania Akbari, the Iranian actress and director, and Mark Cousins, the British director and film critic, communicated first in a literary, then in a visual form. Their exchange became an epistolary feature film, a spiritual journey into their demanding artistic minds that confronts their cultures, their artistic sensitivities and their political visions.
Marking International Women’s Day, and launching her major new study, writer and activist Sophie Mayer curates a global survey of feminist film-makers who link personal and political revolution, with screenings, readings, discussion and special guests.
The Film Society of the Year Awards celebrate and reward the hard work and dedication of volunteer-led community cinemas and film societies.Applications for this year’s awards are now closed. Many thanks to those who applied. Join us for the ceremony on 3 October 2015 at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield, during the Cinema For All Community Cinema Conference
10+4 screening at “Centre Pompidou” on 12th Nov 2015 .
Une minute pour une image, d‘Agnès Varda, 1983
Une minute de commentaire pour une image de Nurith Aviv
In My Country Men Have breasts will be screened in Manifiestos Fílmicos Feministas, at the Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona.
6 – 8 November 2015, alongside films by Alice Guy, Chantal Akerman, Martha Rosler, Agnès Varda , Carole Roussopoulos, Eugènia Balcells , Helke Sander , Sadie Benning , Su Friedrich , Jennifer Reeder , Naomi Kawase , Mania Akbari , Yvonne Rainer ,Barbara Hammer.