Posts Tagged: Politics

Film Poems: a discussion about the films of Margaret Tait at the BFI

It was a real pleasure to discuss the films of Margaret Tait with Peter Todd, So Mayer and Lucy Reynolds at the BFI on 5 November. Advertisements

Film Poems: a discussion about the films of Margaret Tait at the BFI

It was a real pleasure to discuss the films of Margaret Tait with Peter Todd, So Mayer and Lucy Reynolds at the BFI on 5 November.

Kicking Against The Pricks: an article on Revolt, She Said for Sight & Sound

Commemoration of the events of May ’68 has masked a wider context of political agitation – in particular, the radicalism of women.

Kicking Against The Pricks: an article on Revolt, She Said for Sight & Sound

Commemoration of the events of May ’68 has masked a wider context of political agitation – in particular, the radicalism of women.

Roots and Culture

Another book that I commissioned at I.B.Tauris, Roots and Culture: Cultural Politics in the Making of Black Britain by Eddie Chambers, came out this year too.

Roots and Culture

Another book that I commissioned at I.B.Tauris, Roots and Culture: Cultural Politics in the Making of Black Britain by Eddie Chambers, came out this year too.

Other Cinemas

In 2017 a book I commissioned while at I.B.Tauris was published – Other Cinemas: Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s, edited by two of my feminist film heroes, Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey. The book explores how younger

Other Cinemas

In 2017 a book I commissioned while at I.B.Tauris was published – Other Cinemas: Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s, edited by two of my feminist film heroes, Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey. The book explores how younger

“If we can go to Mars, we can send more kids to art school”: an interview with Sonia Boyce for the Royal Academy of Arts

I interviewed artist and educator Sonia Boyce about art, life and lessons learnt for the Royal Academy’s ‘As I see it’ series. Here she talks about tuition fees, a love of Liberty and why we should all be prepared to

“If we can go to Mars, we can send more kids to art school”: an interview with Sonia Boyce for the Royal Academy of Arts

I interviewed artist and educator Sonia Boyce about art, life and lessons learnt for the Royal Academy’s ‘As I see it’ series. Here she talks about tuition fees, a love of Liberty and why we should all be prepared to