Events

The Art and Politics of Eating at Radical Home Cinema

Greencity Wholefoods will present two food documentaries by Zev Robinson, One Dish at a Time (The Eusebi Deli Story) https://vimeo.com/335710384, reflecting the evolution of food in Glasgow, and The Black Isle – https://vimeo.com/255969078 about local food production and circular economies in the region north of Inverness.

It will be followed by a panel discussion about issues of local food and supply chains.

Zev Robinson is a Canadian-British artist living near Glasgow, working on his art, film and food project The Art and Politics of Eating – http://theartandpoliticsofeating.com/

Greencity Wholefoods is a wholesaler of fine food and drink. It operates as a worker co-operative, democratically run by their members.More info about Greencity Wholefoods: http://www.greencity.coop/

Radical Home Cinema is an experimental programming and exhibition event where Glasgow personalities and film lovers invite you to watch radical films in their home, studio or garden shed.
More information about the Cinema Up Collective and Scalarama:

https://www.facebook.com/cinemaupcollective/

https://twitter.com/CinemaUpCollect

The Punk Singer

Screening of the 2013 documentary The Punk Singer, directed by Sini Anderson at Boot & Rally in Meanwood

Lead singer of the punk band Bikini Kill and dance-punk trio Le Tigre, Kathleen Hanna rose to national attention as the voice of the Riot Grrrl movement of the ’90s. She became one of the most famously outspoken feminist icons for a new generation of women and a cultural lightning rod. Her critics wished she would just shut up, and her fans hoped she never would. So in 2005, when Hanna stopped shouting, many wondered why. Through 20 years of archival footage and interviews with Hanna, as well as musicians like Kim Gordon, Joan Jett and Carrie Brownstein, THE PUNK SINGER provides a fascinating overview of her influential career, leading up to the much-anticipated launch of her new band, The Julie Ruin. (c) IFC Films

CURIOS & MAVERICKS SERIES // FILM // 306 HOLLYWOOD

THE CURIOS & MAVERICKS SERIES

The ‘CURIOS & MAVERICKS’ series is curated by Scott Hall Mills founders Lord Whitney, which sets out to draw people together, spark curiosity, and inspire through creativity.  More than your typical film screening, the ‘CURIOS & MAVERICKS’ film series looks to incite creative discussion, provoked by real-life stories. This screening is is being shown as part of Scalarama Leeds 2019, a DIY celebration of cinema, for everyone, by everyone, everywhere.

THE FILM

When siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín undertake an archaeological excavation of their late grandmother’s house, they embark on a magical-realist journey in search of what life remains in the objects we leave behind.

2018 Sundance Film Festival opener 306 HOLLYWOOD transforms the dusty fragments of an unassuming life into an epic metaphor for the nature of memory, time, and history.

“Startling. 306 Hollywood feels like a whole new way of tackling documentaries.”— The Verge

“One of the more universal and relatable films you’re ever likely to see.” — The Hollywood Reporter

“In the world of documentaries, it is bold, if not a landmark.”— rogerebert.com

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUIThTQgX8w

We’re showing the film at Scott Hall Mills on Wednesday 25th September at 7pm (arrival from 6.30pm). We’ll run a friendly bar and provide some delicious snacks.

SCOTT HALL MILLS

Scott Hall Mills is home to creative and independent businesses. Across 3 floors it houses workshops, a screen printing studio, spaces for events, photography and more.

Unfortunately Scott Hall Mills is not fully accessible, the event space is located on the 2nd floor and we do not have a lift. Any questions about this event please email mail@scotthallmills.co.uk

We aim to provide a safe space for events, arts, film and music that brings people together. Scott Hall Mills is committed to creating an environment in which we priorities each others’ safety and wellbeing, in which harmful or marginalising behaviour is not tolerated.

TICKETS

Tickets are £4 via our EVENTBRITE LINK HERE or on the door, subject to availability.

Teenage Superstars

Last year’s Jumbo Records Scalarama film looked at Glasgow bands from the mid to late 90s and this year’s looks at Glasgow bands that came to fame a bit before that in the 80s and early 90s. The bands that are featured in this documentary include The Pastels, BMX Bandits, Teenage Fanclub, The Vaselines and The Jesus and Mary Chain and has the legendary Kim Deal providing the narration. Alan McGee and Thurston Moore give their thoughts about the massive worldwide impact that these bands had during this creative period of time.

Tickets can be bought through Jumbo Records and will be selling online soon.

King Skate (2018)

A feature length documentary screened at Leeds’ iconic indoor skatepark. Exploring the rise of skateboarders in Communist state- Czechsloviakia,  through the crumbling concrete conditions of 20th century oppression with archive footage and  punk soundtrack.

Invited guest speaker-  TBA