The linocut by Marta Adamowicz Art ilustrates a Radical Home Cinema screening we organised with Babs in Peccadillo Barge , a boathouse in the Clyde canal. It’s an illustration for the book A Screen Less Ordinary by María Velez Serna about pop up cinema and includes an interview with Cinema Up Collective where we said that quote.
FILM SCREENING: NIGHT FUNCTION / Función de noche (Josefina Molina) IberoDocs
Sat 14 March 7.30pm at CCA Glasgow : Centre for Contemporary Arts
Followed by a discussion with Amparo Fortuny Cinema Up Collective https://www.iberodocs.org/night-function?fbclid=IwAR06A1Ni6WzqS9DawhV6dM1-hLzwHAlzPhoQqzIUixYRcgPk39xMJtdgNOo
The 7th edition of the Ibero-American Documentary Film Festival in Scotland creates a safe space to open a dialogue between genres and disciplines.
In this inclusive space we will focus on isolation, colonialism and migration – themes that are relevant around the globe today. We look in to how gender roles are evolving in an atmosphere of rising inequality, growing feelings of anger and a political climate that is becoming ever more polarised.
Scalarama 2019, the 9th edition was fanciful. Radical Home Cinema Fills the Land with Cinemas with Scalarama since 2016. Thanks to all the hosts/programmers, filmmakers and participants for making this adventure possible.
BOOK YOUR FREE TICKET: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/cinema-up-collective-9857607588
Glasgow personalities invite you to their space to watch the film that they want to show you. Musicians, artists, activists, film-makers and journalists invite you into their homes and workspaces for a radical screening experience.
Mr Glasgow was one of our hosts, he is a legend in Barras Market.
Cinema Up Collective
This year we were proud to be part of Scalarama again with a great lineup of screenings all over Glasgow.