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Inclusive Cinema events promotion

Inclusive Cinema wants to promote your Diversity and Inclusion events on the Inclusive Cinema website, social channels, newsletter and in a press campaign. They're focusing on certain awareness dates, and if you're running any screenings, events, activities or initiatives that support awareness of these dates, then let them know.

Women's Histories film menu

The Women's Histories Film Menu is your latest opportunity to get involved with Film Hub North's nationwide season of screen heritage events, running from January to May 2019. Five titles are available to book at reduced rates and you can access up to £500 to enhance your screenings with guest speakers, bespoke marketing materials or accompanying shorts. Book a film or submit your proposal for the Engagement Fund to access support of up to £15,000 for your own project.

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The Personal is Political: The Films of Margarethe von Trotta

An influential but inexplicably less well-known proponent of New German Cinema alongside Fassbinder and Herzog, Margarethe von Trotta's trailblazing films explore ideas of feminism and freedom, rights and revolution, politics and power. ICO are delighted to announce that from 12 January, in addition to the already available DCPs, their The Personal is Political: The Films of Margarethe von Trotta tour will also be available for Blu-ray and DVD bookings.

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DepicT! '18 winning shorts available to book for free

Watershed invites film exhibitors to show the winning DepicT! '18 ultra shorts free of charge on DCP or DVD, either in front of a feature film run or as a package. DepicT! is Watershed’s international short film online competition, part of Encounters Festival, challenging filmmakers from all over the globe to create tiny shorts of 90 secs or less. Find out how to book the 2018 winning shorts, or watch the films here.



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