EPISODE #17 - An Experimental Film and Horror Extravaganza with Eric Leiser and Samantha Oči.
Hellbound Hearts: The Art of Clive Barker with instructor Sorcha Ni Fhlainn
Barney will use dramatic reading and sundry entertaining devices to shift unsold copies of his lesser lauded first novel Drunken Baker, and raise awareness of a forthcoming second, Coketown.
African Horror: Shades of Superstition with instructor Nuzo Onoh
“A feminist sci-fi musical extravaganza … Remains consistently fresh and unpredictable” - Sight and Sound
An exhibition featuring some of the rare surviving remnants from Andrzej Zulawski’s notorious science fiction masterpiece On Silver Globe.
EPISODE #16 - Harlock and Able’s ‘Deep Clean’ plus Nicolai Kornum shorts.
Muckle Mouth is back with a night at the nexus of improvisation, noise, composition and experimental electronic music.
The Paranoid Woman's Film with instructor Mark Jancovich
Join us for the exciting launch of new Bloodaxe poetry collection The Gaelic Garden of the Dead by Kirsten Norrie (MacGillivray).
An evening celebrating John Ashbery with readings of poems and letters; recollections of John Ashbery - the poet and the person, film and soundscapes.
Horror and Hilarity: The Legacy of The Grand-Guignol with instructor Richard J. Hand
Ingrid Film Club presents an evening dedicated to the writer, critic, photographer and outspoken figurehead of the AIDS generation Hervé Guibert, featuring the first public screening of La Pudeur ou L'Impudeur [Modesty, or Immodesty] (1992) in the UK.
International Remakesploitation: The Horror Meme From The Turkish Exorcist To Dracula in Pakistan with instructor Iain Robert Smith
Roads to Hell: The Highway Horror Film with Instructor: Bernice M. Murphy
Episode #16 – Tim Dry: Memoirs Of An Xtro-vert will showcase the multi-talented Tim Dry - actor (‘Xtro’, Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi’), award-winning photographer, pop musician, famous mime artist and writer.
LIAF’s annual collection of the hottest music videos from all over the world.
Very special film programme featuring some of the masters of Estonian animation alongside the new generation of youngsters, from 1972 to the present day.
Short films & discussion with the award winning Estonian-born animator.