Cinemap will screen a number of ALBERT DRIVE films including work by Basharet Khan and Abigail Howkins which explore the theme of neighbour but also highlight the importance of local, of community and of bringing people together.
- Cinemap is looking for more films that explore the wider Southside community and the themes of COMMUNITY and LOCAL. We are looking for films that have imaginative approaches to these themes.
- We are also looking for new work made in Southside Glasgow and/or made by Southside filmmakers that has not screened at previous Southside Film Festivals.
- We are also inviting filmmakers to submit site specific work that responds to and relate to the Cinemap screening spaces- Shawlands Arcade, The Glad Cafe, Govanhill Baths, New Victoria Gardens and East Pollokshields Quadand The Tramway.
Cinemap is a partnership project lead by Southside Film Festival with the ALBERT DRIVE project, Art Village, The Glad Cafe, Govanhill Baths, New Victoria Gardens, East Pollokshields Quad, The Tramway and filmmakers Abigail Howkins and Basharet Khan.
N.B. The Festival are also looking for new volunteers to help with the Cinemap project. If you are interested please email email@example.com with your CV and availability and tell them how you would like to get involved. Deadline to apply for volunteering is also 9am, Monday 14 April, 2014.