This is the first of three events in the Visual Methods Events Series hosted by the Centre for Gender in Politics.
Join us at our next event, Wednesday 25 May at the Sunflower pub - a screening of ‘Let Us Be Seen’ - a feature documentary by Elspeth Vischer about grassroots feminism in Belfast, featuring activists, artists & educators in the North of Ireland.
‘Let Us Be Seen’ - a feature documentary about grassroots feminism in Belfast, featuring activists, artists and educators in the North of Ireland. All the work of Elspeth Vischer who will introduce the film.
Elspeth Vischer is a filmmaker based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and director of Vish Films Ltd. Elspeth has worked over the past few years writing as well as directing short films and music videos. Elspeth's work is particularly focused around both experimental and documentary traditions and takes an interest in the absurd side of the everyday, aiming to question the politics of existence. Let Us Be Seen is Elspeth’s first feature film and is part of a Creative Practice PhD at Queen’s University, Belfast.
The film screening is part of a series of events, check out the rest of the Visual Methods Events Series.
Please register for the event via Eventbrite here.