The Fellow Artists’ Network of the RSA invites you to the second FAN Film Night.
Following the success of last year’s film night, we once again present short films by RSA Fellows. These are very varied including animation, drama, and documentary. This year the programme includes:
THE GOOD DREAM ROBOT — Animation directed by Talmud Bah. Exploration of ego through a child who has bad dreams.
JOURNEYS: WHY PEOPLE JOIN EXTREMIST GROUPS — A documentary that lets people who are, or were, extremists tell their stories. Directed by Chris Cove and Rory Barber.
LIQUID VIBRATIONS — a documentary about underwater listening and it’s benefits for children who are hearing impaired. Directed by Adele Drake
SMOKE AND MIRRORS — by Three and me/Matthew Davis. An imaginative music video shot in B & W directed by Laurence Dutton.
INDIANS IN THE TRENCHES — On the Western Front — An impressionistic documentary based on the writings of Indians who fought in WW1. Directed by Jay Singh-Sohal, army reservist.
SAND DAMS — Transforming Lives in drylands. An animated film offering a solution to the water shortages in drylands. Directed by Simon Maddrell.
Full programme available on our website: www.fellowartistsnetwork.org.uk
There will be a break of 15-20 minutes for refreshments and questions.
This event is free of charge and open to all, but please do book your place at the top of this page. Any questions, please contact Hazel Chandler FRSA: email@example.com
If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: The Green Lab, Keeton’s/Collett Road, Bermondsey, SE16 4EE
ABOUT THIS NETWORK
The Fellow Artists’ Network (FAN), was started to give working artists the opportunity to network, discuss issues important to them, and to show their (and others') work. Core members are Andrew Darke, Chair, environmental artist; Mark Power, Secretary, architect; Hazel Chandler, Creative Director, filmmaker; and Philip Emery, Treasurer, musician. The group was founded by Ann Kristin Glenster FRSA.
Artists are often working alone in their studio or at their computer and we wanted to break that isolation and come together. We organised a visit to the Jubiloo at South Bank, designed by Mark Power; an evening of short films; a concert by ex-prisoners who then talked about how music helps them; a guided tour around the Saw Swee Hock student centre and so on. Discussions range from Arts Council funding to ethics and editorial control. We are currently developing the project "What's On Your Walls?" about what people put on their walls and what art means to them. Look out for events advertised on the RSA website and join us - you don't have to be an artist, just interested in the arts and we welcome suggestions for events.