The preview screening of Beyond Clueless I came to see, became a huge sucess at The Cube, Bristol, due to the tickets been sold out and public interest. If you couldn't able to go to the screening or if you love teen films e.g. Mean Girls, 13 Going on 30 and American Pie, I would recommend you and everyone to watch this brillant essay film about analysis of teen film genre.
I am currently writing about my experience at the preview + Q&A with first-time director Charlie Lyne, and my review of the film as well.
If you are interested, the film would be on the general release on 23rd January, and here is the chance to book tickets as soon as possible. It costs £5 for adults and £4 for students/concessions on Monday 26th January. Furthermore, the campaign made a special offer on Tuesday 27th January, which all of the tickets cost £3 each.
There is a preview screening of Beyond Clueless at the Cube, Bristol on Friday 16th January. It starts at 8pm and after the screening, there is a Q&A with director Charlie Lyne. There will be an after-party more details will be anounced soon. If you are interested, book your ticket immediately as I have done it, there are 20 or less tickets avaliable. So hurry!!!
BRISTOL TRIP/ MONDAY 28th APRIL FdA Film & Media Arts and UAL Photomedia 10AM – 4.30PM
EXPANDED CINEMA & PHOTOGRAPHY
at The Cube Cinema Microplex & Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery
Meeting time: 10AM/ Bristol Bus Station.
Richard/ Jimmy will meet you there. Walk to the Cube Cinema (5 mins easy walking just up from the bus station towards Stokes Croft).
Bring: A Camera. At the Cube Cinema there will be a variety of activities on offer during the day, including insights in to how The Cube is run, film screenings and expanded cinema workshop. For the photographers, The Cube and its surroundings also offers a great opportunity as a location for photo shoots, excellent fuel for UAL/ UNIT 7.
Bring a packed lunch or lunch money as there will be opportunity to stroll over to Stokes Croft to explore this vibrant arts quarter.
3pm: Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery Jeremy Deller exhibition: English Magic.
For the British Pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, artist Jeremy Deller presented the exhibition English Magic. This now forms the summer exhibition at the city museum where Jeremy gives us an off-the-wall vision of England.
You can expect scrapyards, street parades, Bowie vs The Troubles, an inflatable Stonehenge, birds of prey and a giant Morris with Abramovich's boat – all set to a steel drum soundtrack of David Bowie, A Guy Called Gerald and Vaughan Williams.
'i-Docs 2014: a two-day event, at The Watershed - Bristol, dedicated to the fast-developing world of interactive documentary – exploring the new forms and storytelling practices that are emerging where the internet and mobile technologies meet changing audience behaviours.
i-Docs brings together leading practitioners, producers and scholars to present, debate and reflect on cutting edge and award-winning work. Two full days of focussed and challenging conversations – interrogating new production models, considering methods of engagement and evaluation, exploring new territories for participatory and collaborative media.
Keynote speakers include new media artist Hank Willis Thomas (Question Bridge), documentary storyteller Elaine McMillion (Hollow) and media historian Professor William Uricchio (MIT Open Documentary Lab) and for Thursday evening we are delighted to confirm a special performance of the award winning interactive theatre event – Choose Your Own Documentary.'
FdA Film & Media Arts Production students will explore interactive media in the upcoming Experimental Media module