Dream Screens
Sat, 8 June 2019, 6.30pm, Sheffield Doc/Fest

For this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest, Pavilion’s Art School for Rebel Girls collective have selected a programme of short films by women which explore different ideas of the self image. The screening forms part of Focus/Shapes That Move, Doc/Fest’s special focus on feminist film collectives in Britain from the 1970s onwards.

Art Schools for Rebel Girls is a collective of young women in Leeds aged 13-15 years who meet on a regular basis to make art together. Members of the group met and watched over 30 films by artists and collectives working from the 1970s to present; this programme was put together based on their responses. 

Suitable for people aged 13 and up.

ASFRG Collective
Elspeth, Carmen, Bella, Nina, Kerstin, Alice, Niki, Roshni, Tessy, Elise, Tara, Edie.

Did I say Hairdressing? I Meant Astrophysics
Leeds Animation Workshop, 1998, 14 min   

Semiotics of the Kitchen
Martha Rosler, 1975, 6 min

Feet of Song
Erica Russell, 1988, 6 min

Hang on a Minute (Pornography)
Lis Rhodes & Jo Davis, 1983, 2 min

Own Skin
Geena Gasser & Saskia Tomlinson, 2018, 3 min

Think Brother Think
Georgia Lucas Going, 2016, 4 min

+ short excerpts from:
Serious Undertakings
Helen Grace, 1983, 6 min

Building Your Future
Women in Manual Trades, 1980, 27 min

Pit Women
Amanda Richardson, 1983, 3 min

My Body’s My Own:
Women’s Self Defence, a Necessity and a Right

Jackie Shaw & Toni Harvey, 1986, 16 min

Girls in Summer
Maggie Pinhorn, c.1975, 33 min

The Light (screen 3)
The Moor
Sheffield, S1 4PF

Book via Sheffield Doc/Fest

Thank you
Alex Wilson, Terry Wragg, Jackie Shaw, Maggie Pinhorn, Helen Grace, Lis Rhodes, Amanda Richardson and Tony Dowmunt (LCVA).

Hang on a Minute, Lis Rhodes & Jo Davis

Did I Say Hairdressing? I Meant Astrophysics, Leeds Animation Workshop

Think Brother Think, Georgia Lucas Going