Helena Solberg in Conversation with Mila Turajlić
(Wed 19 Apr: 6pm)
Scottish Documentary Institute in partnership with Invisible Women and Cinemaattic are delighted to present an in-depth illustrated conversation between filmmakers Mila Turajlić and Helena Solberg exploring feminism, radical politically-engaged filmmaking across different generations and continents.
This event is part of the Scottish Documentary Institute's Helena Solberg Retrospective, celebrating the extraordinary work of the trailblazing Brazilian filmmaker – a rare feminist voice who emerged from the Cinema Novo movement in the 1960s.
Mila Turajlić is a documentary filmmaker, visual artist and archive scholar born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Her films have screened at Toronto, Venice and Tribeca and her video installations were commissioned by MoMA in New York.
The Helena Solberg retrospective is supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI. This season is also made possible with the support of Guimarães Rosa Institute, the Embassy of Brazil in London, and the Consulate of Brazil in Edinburgh.
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