The Problem of Perspective, 25 October 2016–25 March 2017


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Pavilion is delighted to have been granted a Strategic Audience Development award from Film Hub North funding to produce The Problem of Perspective, a screening programme of artists’ moving image, in collaboration with Hyde Park Picture House.

Launching in October 2016, in partnership with art and cinema venues across the region, The Problem of Perspective takes place over six months and aims to illuminate a distinctly northern perspective on artists’ moving image. The project maps the varying terrain of artists’ moving image across the North of England, identifying key themes and connecting the work to broader precedents. It emerges from a belief that work from the North of England deserves a critical engagement equal to that work produced in and around London. A series of guest speakers will be invited to contextualise the selected films.

Schedule:

25 October 2016 at Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

The Problem of Perspective: I Am the Real Kevin Atherton, 25 October 2016

17 November 2016 at Delius Arts & Cultural Centre, Bradford

The Problem of Perspective: “A documentary film”, 17 November

9 December 2016 at Side Cinema, Newcastle

The Problem of Perspective: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

20 January 2017 at ROAR, Rotherham

The Problem of Perspective: Rotherham, 20 January 2017

25 January 2017 at The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

The Problem of Perspective: Kendal

12 February 2017 at ​LUX, London

The Problem of Perspective: London

27 February 2017 at ​LUX, Showroom Cinema, Sheffield

The Problem of Perspective: Sheffield

11 March 2017 at ​Cast, Doncaster

The Problem of Perspective: Doncaster

12 March 2017 at Rogue Artists’ Studios, Manchester

The Problem of Perspective: Manchester

25 March 2017 at ​Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

The Problem of Perspective: Leeds

26 March 2017 at ​Cast, Hull

The Problem of Perspective: Hull

Image: Still from From A to D, Janey Walklin, 1994.