We are delighted to have Anne Crilly and Margo Harkin at WANDA to share their experiences of making socially and politically motivated films in Ireland from the 80s to today.
Anne Crilly and Margo Harkin just before lobbying the European Parliament about Strip Searching in 1987
Anne Crilly (Mother Ireland) and Margo Harkin (Hush-a-bye-baby) set up the Derry Film and Video Collective with five others in 1984. It was formed as part of a Channel Four workshop scheme under the ACCT Workshop Declaration which provided access to funding for under-represented voices.
Although the event is free, spaces are limited therefore please pre-book.
This talk is part of WANDA, a four day feminism and moving image event and the first of its kind in Belfast. The event will include film screenings, talks, performances and panel discussions on subjects relating to feminist moving image practice, and how feminism continues to inform and inspire moving image works of many forms.