Artists’ Moving Image Festival: Give Birth To Me Tomorrow

Held between the 21st & 24th January, Give Birth To Me Tomorrow, LUX Scotland's Artists' Moving Image Festival, will host a series of screenings co-programmed by Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf!

Artists’ Moving Image Festival: Give Birth To Me Tomorrow

About Artists’ Moving Image Festival: Give Birth To Me Tomorrow

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Give Birth To Me Tomorrow, LUX Scotland’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival, has been co-programmed by artists and writers Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf. It begins this month with a series of screenings available to watch online from 21–24 January 2021, via LUX Scotland’s website, delivered in partnership with Tramway.

Works by Isabel Barfod, De’Anne Crooks, Sharon Hayes, Kyuri Jeon and Camille Turner, and will be available to watch on the LUX Scotland website across the January festival dates, with captioning provided by Collective Text.The programme lies in between the folds of artists’ moving image, performance documentation, protest documentary and animation, considering their strategies for interruption, to undo the formal and psychological trappings of a neo-colonial, white supremacist, capitalist, patriarchal cinema system.

Following the online festival, there will be a series of screenings and events scheduled to follow the lunar calendar across the rest of 2021, connecting viewers and asking them to . Dates have been released for these events, with screening and programme details to be announced shortly. GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW extends the AMIF weekend festival for the first time across eleven months, firstly inviting audience members to see an introductory selection of works in January, before participating in a full programme of virtual screenings and events across the lunar year. It is also the first time that events have taken place fully online, allowing audiences to access the programme from wherever they might be. By elongating the programme across a longer period,the programme allows the viewer time and space to make connections between the works, watching one work and then coming back after a period of reflection to engage once again, with renewed attention.

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