News and Opportunities - May 2018 round up

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Maria Pirkkalainen

Categories: News Round-up

ICO News

  • This 7-9 July, we’ll be heading back to Phoenix Leicester for our Summer Screening Days. Last July we were joined by over 150 delegates from 88 film organisations for this three-day event of films and key conversations – don’t miss out and register now! First films announced are The Heiresses and Lucky, with a very Cannes-shaped announcement coming through any day now…
  • In addition to our Summer Screening Days, we’re delighted to be able to announce the dates for all of our upcoming Screening Days until next Spring. Mark your calendars and see you at mac Birmingham for our diversity and inclusivity focused ‘D’ Word Screening Day (25 September 2018), Tyneside Cinema for our Autumn Screening Days (27-29 October 2018) and BFI Southbank for both our Archive Screening Day (29 November 2018) and Spring Screening Days (2-4 March 2019).
  • In Distribution news, we’ve announced all the film titles for our and Club des Femmes’ touring film programme Revolt, She Said: Women and Film after ’68: , including gems such as Laura Mulvey’s Riddles of the Sphinx (pictured above), Ula Stöckl’s The Cat Has Nine Lives and Pat Murphy’s Maeve  – in brand new restored DCPs. Join the revolution and save a slot in your programmes this summer for films on women’s revolutions in seeing, being, living and loving.
  • We’re also re-releasing Jacques Rivette’s The Nun (starring the one and only Anna Karina) in partnership with Studiocanal on 27 July across the UK; add this Cannes Classics treasure to your cinema’s programme if you haven’t yet.
  • Want to be a part of shaping our history? We’re looking for new trustees – make sure to apply by 5pm on 16 July.


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