BIRDS EYE VIEW FILM FESTIVAL
8 – 13 APRIL 2014
Hub Pass – just £65
Birds Eye View Film Festival has teamed up with the Film Audience Network to offer a special pass to all Hub members to attend the festival this year, offering huge savings compared to purchasing individual tickets. The Hub Pass is just £65 (+VAT) and entitles delegates to entry into all films (excluding only opening & closing night films) plus entry into the opening night party and a special reception on Saturday 12 April in celebration of the 20th anniversary screening of Bhaji on the Beach.
For More Information
For further information on how to purchase a special Hub Pass and how to reserve screening tickets, please contact:
Film Hub South East members can also apply for a Travel & Training Bursary to support the cost of the Hub Pass and any associated travel and accomodation to attend the festival. Find out more on our funding pages.
BEV 2014 runs from 8 – 13 April at BFI Soutbank, Barbican, Curzon Soho, the ICA, the Electric Cinema, and Clapham and Hackney Picturehouses.
Birds Eye View Film Festival 2014
Birds Eye View Film Festival is dedicated to showing exceptional films directed by women. The films in the 2014 programme demonstrate a breadth of vision by international filmmakers, and with many of the 20 titles UK premieres the programme offers film hub delegates the first opportunity to see a wealth of inspirational cinema, meet some of the filmmakers involved, and explore ways to diversify film programmes.
The full 2014 programme can be found at birds-eye-view.co.uk. Highlights include several UK premieres of European and world-cinema including Oscar entries In Bloom, I Am Yours and Gabrielle; American indies including Kelly Reichardt’s new film Night Movies starring Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning; documentary premieres including Lucky and Pine Ridge; special events including BEV’s acclaimed Sound & Silents, with silent classics re- scored by contemporary musicians; and the recently re-discovered Girlfriends.
About Birds Eye View Film Festival
Birds Eye View (BEV) is a leading UK based organisation celebrating and supporting international women filmmakers.
BEV was founded as a response to the fact that 94% of films distributed in the UK are made by male filmmakers, and aims to create a platform that encourages gender equality and diversity. With an impressive range of industry supporters and high-profile PR campaigns, BEV has established a space to highlight and challenge the gender imbalance in the UK’s creative industries, as well as creating bespoke training programmes aimed at improving the commerciality of projects to make them more attractive to the industry.