Category Archives: Talks

We Are Northern Lights

SOUTHSIDE FILM FESTIVAL 2012 PROGRAMME: SUNDAY 20 MAY



WE ARE NORTHERN LIGHTS TALK AND WORKSHOP
3.30pm-5.30pm
Tusk
FREE but donations welcome

We are Northern Lights is a first in a lifetime mass participation film project funded by the Year Of Creative Scotland 2012.

Southside Film Festival has invited Creative Director Nick Higgins along to host a filmmaking workshop to encourage and support Southsiders to brainstorm ideas. 
What can you see?
What do you wish you had seen? 
What do you wish you could see? 

Anyone that contributes to the project as a direct result of attending a workshop is automatically eligible for the Northern Lights £1000 workshop award.

The workshop is free and open to everyone but please book a place in advance by emailing workshops@wearenorthernlights.com

Cinemas of the Southside

SOUTHSIDE FILM FESTIVAL 2012 PROGRAMME: SUNDAY 20 MAY


SPANISH COURTYARDS, EGYPTIAN PALACES AND WHITE ELEPHANTS: THE WILD AND WORLDLY CINEMAS OF THE SOUTHSIDE
2pm-3pm
Tusk
FREE but donations welcome

An illustrated talk by Gary Painter, editor, www.scottishcinemas.org on the development of Scotland’s varied and wonderful cinema architecture, with a special look at the cinemas of Glasgow’s Southside – from the fleapits to the picture palaces, and everything in between!

The Power of the Crowd: Crowd Funding Films

SOUTHSIDE FILM FESTIVAL 2012 PROGRAMME: FRIDAY 18 MAY 



THE POWER OF THE CROWD: CROWD FUNDING FILMS, DOES IT WORK?
6.30pm-7.30pm
The Bungo-note change of venue!!!
FREE but donations welcome
Suitable for all ages

Film Journalist and Programmer and Film Editor of The List, Gail Tolley, will chair this discussion on crowdfunding with a panel of filmmakers who have used different web forums to help raise funds for their films. 

Panel includes Beth Allan, who helped run the campaign for feature God Help The GirlRebecca Thompson on the current campaign to raise money for feature film Not Another Happy Ending and Producer Marie Olsen with Director Peter Mackie Burns on their crowdfunding experience with short film Stronger.

The cafe at Film City will be open for this event