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Scottish International Film Education Conference 2019

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The 2019 Scottish International Film Education Conference will explore diverse perspectives on film education from around the world, from a variety of different perspectives within the process - class-room teachers, filmmakers, policy-makers and academics.

The event is free to attend and is geared both towards those with a specific interest in film education, and those interested in film culture and practice more generally.

Coffee / tea will be provided during morning and afternoon breaks.

Programme:

09.30 Welcome - Dr Jamie Chambers - (Edinburgh College of Art; general editor, FEJ)

09.45 Papers from the Film Education Journal

Past and prospective authors published in the Film Education Journal explore short papers on film education, including:

• Malena Janson (Stockholm University) - 'Moulding the democractic citizen of the future: film education in Sweden'

Dr Steve Connolly (University of Bedfordshire) - 'What do film teachers need to know about cognitivism?'

Professor Petra Anders (Humboldt University, Berlin) - 'Getting a bigger picture: teaching film in a migrant society'

This panel will be hosted by Professor Andrew Burn (University College London; editor FEJ)


11.00 Coffee


11.30 - 12.45 Film Education in Africa

This panel event will explore diverse perspectives on film education in Africa from across the continent, featuring celebrated, authoritative voices within African film culture Eric Kabera (Rwanda Film Centre), Firdoze Bulbulia (Zanzibar International Film Festival) and Imruh Bakari (University of Winchester).

The panel will be hosted by Dr Lizelle Bischoff (University of Glasgow) and is presented in partnership with Edinburgh College of Art and Africa in Motion Film Festival.


12.45 - 14.15 Lunch


14.15 - 15.30 The filmmaker in film education.

This panel event will explore the perspectives of practicing filmmakers, teaching film within educational environments, featuring Gideon Koppel (Manchester School of Art, award-winning director of SLEEP FURIOUSLY (2008)), Emma Davie (Edinburgh College of Art, award-winning director of I AM BREATHING (2013), and Jamie Chambers (Edinburgh College of Art, award-winning director of BLACKBIRD (2013).

The panel will be hosted by Dr Jonathan Murray (Edinburgh College of Art).


15.30 - 16.00 Coffee


16.00 - 17.30 Using film in the classroom: Glasgow

This panel event will explore some of the diverse ways in which film is being used in classrooms across Glasgow, from the teachers and practitioners involved.

Panelists will include •) Michael Daly exploring his secondary school work with Into Film at John Paul Academy, •) Shona Thomson (Kind of Seeing) discussing her work with archive on the Our Maryhill Project with John Paul Academy, •) Yasmin Al-Hadithi exploring her work on the Understanding Cinema project with Glendale Primary School, and •) Dr David Archibald (University of Glasgow) + Professor Stephen Driscoll (University of Glasgow) discussing their award-winning film GOVAN YOUNG made with Pirie Park Primary.

This panel will be hosted by Mark Reid (British Film Institute; editor FEJ).


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After the day's core activities, conference attendees are also warmly invited to attend the following screening, which will take place later the same day in the Gilmorehill Cinema, organised by our partners in Africa in Motion.


19.30 - 22.00 Film Screening and director Q&A: 'The Psychosis of Whiteness' (2018)

'The Psychosis of Whiteness' is a powerful documentary shedding light on society's perceptions of race and racism by exploring cinematic representations of the slave trade. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Eugene Nulman. Register here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-psychosis-of-whiteness-screening-director-qa-tickets-61044731435

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