one dream, square metre
April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join us for the short film programme one dream, square metre, curated by Ane Lopez.
How it works
To watch the films:
Click here to buy the film programme via our screening platform partner Indy on Demand.
All films are priced on a Pay What You Can basis.
See Pay What You Can info below.
To join the Discussion:
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It’s free to attend, but registration is required.
This programme was curated by Ane Lopez.
Film is a fertile avenue for dreams – dreams that allow us to escape and disrupt the uncanny, enforced temporality we currently find ourselves in. Dreaming thus becomes an almost political act: a tool for unravelling the visible and invisible threads of a story, a way of learning how to occupy different time scales and understanding individual and collective ecological grief.
Akin to dream’s diluted time logic, these three quasi-mythical hybrid documentaries offer a shift of concentration through ripples in time, investigating a different type of cinematic activism that serves both as a tool for resisting collective oblivion and a way of reminding us of the ecological entanglements between the human and non-human.
What are the stories of the past and what is their influence on the future? Can a place remember? What do fossils dream across the millennia? What can we learn from the non-linear temporality of dreams? What is left of something when its presence is removed or when it suffers a radical transformation?
Francesca Scalisi, Mark Olexa |Switzerland / Bangladesh 2017 | Bengali with English captions | 10′
URPEAN LURRA (LAND UNDERWATER)
Maddi Barber | Spain 2019 | Spanish, Basque with English captions | 50′
ANTES DO LEMBRAR (STONE ENGRAVINGS AND THE THREE-COLORED CHICKENPOX TALE)
Luciana Mazeto, Vinícius Lopes | Brazil 2018 | Portuguese with English captions | 20′
Click here to download the programme notes with film synopses.
Content warnings: Depiction of violence. Contains strong language.
We also provide an overview of content warnings for all our public screenings. Click here to download this overview.
Dates & Times
Film available on-demand from 19 April. Click here to buy.
Sunday, 25 April 2021
Start time: 6 pm, End time: 7 pm
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Pay What You Can
Tickets for films are priced on a Pay What You Can basis from £0 to £8. This means you can choose to get a ticket for free, or pay £2, £4, £6, or £8.
Tickets are available via Indy on Demand. The default ticket price is £8. If you need to pay less, you can enter a discount code. Use the following discount codes to pay what you can.
£6 – Weekender06
£4 – Weekender04
£2 – Weekender02
FREE – Weekender00
You can choose what you pay based on your circumstances – you won’t be asked for any proof / ID, we just ask that you are honest! And, if you have a free ticket and can no longer use it, please cancel your order or let us know so that it can be used by someone else. Click here for a rough guide to help you decide what you can afford to pay.