SCREEN-IT is ATLAS’ film and moving image programme. Throughout the winter season, ATLAS screens artists’ moving-image monthly: encouraging a dialogue and discussion about the role of artists film and the themes explored through each film selection. Creating this forum to foster conversation and collective exploration of artists’ moving-image has allowed ATLAS to expand it’s film programming remit, with large-scale film screening projects in collaboration with Transit Arts and Skye Live. Through SCREEN-IT, ATLAS has also worked with Smoking Dogs Films, Lisson Gallery and Dunvegan Castle to screen John Akomfrah’s The Call of Mist (2012 Redux).

Past seasons of SCREEN-IT have shown works addressing themes of globalisation, colonialism and borders; everyday life and the avant-garde; the work of woman film-makers and feminism – with works by John Smith, Rachel Maclean, Chantal Akerman, George Barber, Margaret Tait and Elizabeth Price screened.

Details of all SCREEN-IT events are posted on the ATLAS Facebook and in the Events section of the website. To keep up to date with the programme and to find out when the next screening is, please sign up to our newsletter here.