ATLAS Arts will host a monthly short film and discussion programme with students of Portree High School. The monthly lunchtime screening will consist of one short film with a maximum duration of twenty minutes, followed by a ten to twenty-minute discussion time with the students. Each film will be introduced, giving background information on the filmmaker, location, and themes.
Open to all Portree High School Students
Main themes and genre: comedy, landscape, the everyday, feminism, globalisation.
MONDAY 04 SEPTEMBER A selection of films by John Smith
Om (4 mins), Girl Chewing Gum ( 12 mins) & Gargantuan (1 min)
Three short comedies to inspire your own filmmaking
MONDAY 02 OCTOBER Limitless by Rory Macleod (6 mins)
Award-winning film on social anxieties within young people
MONDAY 06 NOVEMBER Semiotics of the Kitchen by Martha Rosla (6 mins)
A feminist parody, a taken-for-granted role of happy housewife is subverted to demonstrate frustration
MONDAY 04 DECEMBER Peel by Jane Campion (9 mins)
Australian comedy depicting the trials of a family car journey
Details for 2018 programme will be updated soon.
For more information, please speak to Mr Coles, English Teacher, Portree High School or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This Event is related to the following Project:
SCREEN-IT is ATLAS’ film and moving image programme, showcasing the best in artist moving image from across the globe. The programme aims to foster a critical forum, encouraging engaged discourse around the themes explored at each event. SCREEN-IT is a regular monthly event during the winter season, which has expanded to encompass large-scale screening events in partnership with Lisson Gallery, Lux Scotland, Dunvegan Castle, Skye Live and Transit Arts.