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Michael Witt <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 20 Apr 2007 14:35:29 +0100
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A reminder that this symposium takes place at BFI Southbank, London (formerly the National Film Theatre), next Friday and Saturday (27th-28th April 2007)

For full details, visit:

Participants include a range of key contemporary artists and filmmakers whose recent work has explored the possibilities of re-enactment as a creative and critical tool:
  Jeremy Deller (whose re-enactment of the BATTLE OF ORGREAVE was filmed by Mike Figgis in 2001)
  Rod Dickinson (creator of the MILGRAM RE-ENACTMENT, 2002, and the WACO RE-ENACTMENT, 2004)
  Nina Pope (co-director with Karen Guthrie of BATA-VILLE: WE ARE NOT AFRAID OF THE FUTURE, 2005, and of the forthcoming LIVING WITH THE TUDORS)
  Amie Siegel (director of BERLIN REMAKE, 2005, and DEATH STAR, 2006)
  Penny Woolcock (director of THE DEATH OF KLINGHOFFER, 2003, THE PRINCIPLES OF LUST, 2003, and MISCHIEF NIGHT, 2006)

The symposium will also include numerous screenings. Organised by the Centre for Research in Film and Audiovisual Cultures at Roehampton University and UnReal in collaboration with BFI Southbank, this symposium forms part of the "After the Fact: Re-enactments" season of screenings, exhibitions and events currently taking place in the cinemas, studio and gallery at BFI Southbank.

For full details of the season, and to book tickets for all events and screenings (including the symposium), call the box office on +44-(0)20-7928-3232 or visit:

Michael Witt
Co-Director, Centre for Research in Film and Audiovisual Cultures
Roehampton University

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