The Migrant Ecologies Project, '{if your bait can sing the wild one will come} Like Shadows Through Leaves', Chinese Regional Dialects, English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil / with English subtitles 2021 / Finland, Singapore; film, 28 minutes
On Sunday 27th March: The Migrant Ecologies Project, '{if your bait can sing the wild one will come} Like Shadows Through Leaves', Film Chinese regional dialects, English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil; with English subtitles; Finland, Singapore

Seriously Immaterial at St Andrews

Title:
(Im)material worlds, part of Sands International Film Festival

Dates:
25 Mar 2022 – 27 Mar 2022
Venue:
Byre Theatre
Abbey Street
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9LA

A new international film festival is set to bring diverse new films from around the world to St Andrews at the end of March. Sands International Film Festival is set to include a groundbreaking artists’ moving image programme, (Im)material worlds, focusing on the environmental crisis from Global South and postcolonial perspectives, bringing together recent and new moving image work by four Southeast-Asian and four UK-based artists and filmmakers, who use experimental and essayistic forms to explore communities, habitats and places through their colonial, political, military and environmental histories. The Festival offers the opportunity to watch and discuss films in the programme, with live discussion with the filmmakers themselves, either in-person or on-screen.

The programme is co-curated and co-organised by Dr Philippa Lovatt, a Lecturer in Film Studies at University of St Andrews where she is Co-Director for the Centre for Screen Cultures in collaboration with Graiwoot Chulphongsathorn, LUX Scotland and Cample Line Gallery, and Sands’ head programmer is Ania Trzebiatowska.

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