Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2019 : Hanging Out (Saturday)

Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2019 : Hanging Out (Saturday)
Date 16th Nov 2019 11.00am - 7.00pm Price Day tickets £6/ £5 concessions | Weekend tickets £10/£8 concessions (Transaction fees £1.50 online, £1.75 by phone) See age restrictions Location Tramway Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501

'Hanging Out’, this year’s artists' moving image festival, is programmed by artists Emmie McLuskey, Ima-Abasi Okon and Kimberley O’Neill. As part of their ongoing conversation, the programmers have continually returned to what it means to ‘hang outside' typical moving image conventions and social structures.

The work included in the festival explores themes of repetition, memorial, outside-ness and gesture. The themes listed attempt to articulate a praxis whereby an operation of hanging out is evidenced in film as a network of elements. The festival will feature, amongst others, performances by Appau Junior Boakye Yiadom and Jude Browning; screenings of work by Steffani Jemison, Carolyn Lazard, Lauren La Rose, Rory Pilgrim, Cauleen Smith and Rhea Storr; and a workshop with Ain Bailey.

SCHEDULE: Saturday 16 November
(go to the schedule for Sunday 17 November>)

All blocks on Saturday include BSL introduction. All films on Saturday will be captioned, BSL interpreted and/or include a sound description as part of BSL introduction, and roaming BSL interpretation available, see Box Office. A limited number of rumble packs are available for all the blocks on Saturday, except Balcony features, ask at the Box Office. Audio Description (AD) headsets available from the Box Office.

11am–12pm – T1
Introduction by programmers
Ima-Abasi Okon, Emmie McLuskey, Kimberley O’Neill (Live captioned and  BSL interpreted)
BSL Introduction
REGNORTS (N22 MOMENTATION MIX), Adam Farah, 2019  (3 min 44 sec) (BSL performance)
RIP RichD Dancing in the Rain Oakland Street, YAK FILMS, 2009 (3 min 56 sec)
Brendan’s Test, Seamus Harahan, 2010 (1 min 40 sec)
Recipe for Disaster, Carolyn Lazard, 2017 (28 min) (Captioned and Audio Described)

BREAK (15 min)

12.15–1.20pm – T1
BSL Introduction
Presence, Ekta Mittal & Yashaswini Raghunandan (17 min) (Hindi with English subtitles)
Mr and Mrs Compost, Seamus Harahan, 2013 (1 min 28 sec)
COME INTO THE RISE, Adam Farah (3 min) (Captioned)
Rat Life and Diet in North America, Joyce Wieland, 1968 (16 min 03 sec) (BSL and Audio Described)
Evil, Tony Cokes, 2003 (10 min 56 sec) (contains strobing)
Mutiny, Abigail Child, 1982 (11 min) (Captioned)

LUNCH BREAK (1 hour 10 min)

LUNCHTIME SCREENING (1:50-2:15pm - T4)
The Story So Far, Noski Deville, 1994 (23 min), (Not Captioned, No Hearing Loop Available)

2.30–4:05pm – BALCONY
BSL Introduction
The Camera: Je, La Camera: I, Babette Mangolte, 1977 (88 min) (French and English with subtitles)

BREAK ( 20min ) 

4.25–5.30pm – T1
BSL introduction
ends portals / pull up (MOMENTATIONS),  Adam Farah (1 min 48 sec) 
Intro to Bee-ing Sequential Spectrum [Cold Open] , Seamus Harahan, 2012 (1 min)
Mass of Images, Ulysses Jenkins, 1978 (5 min) (Captioned)
Turkish Delight, Basma Alsharif, 2010 (3 min) (contains strobing)
Slumberparty, Cait McKinney and Hazel Meyer, 2018 (25 min 33 sec) (Captioned and Audio Described)
Before Adaptive Rhythm,  Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, 2018 (20 min) 

BREAK (15 min)

5.45–7:15pm – T1
BSL Introduction
Flop to the Floor, Jude Browning, 2019 (45 min) (Live Captioned and BSL)
Martina’s Playhouse, Peggy Ahwesh, 1989 (30 min) (Captioned)

From 8pm–12am the programme moves to Queens Park Bowling Club for a party with DJs Poisonous Relationship and junglehussi

About AMIF
The annual Artists’ Moving Image Festival (AMIF), produced by LUX Scotland and Tramway,  was established in 2012 to provide a platform for the discussion and presentation of artists’ moving image, showcasing forms of production and research alongside screenings and discursive events. AMIF is presented and produced as a collaboration between Tramway and LUX Scotland, funded by Screen Scotland’s Film Festivals Fund and Film Hub Scotland’s Access Fund.

Image: Abigail Child, Mutiny, 16mm transfer to video, 1982