We are delighted to announce that there has been a recent series of screenings of Beg Steal Borrow films, both in the UK and abroad – including our first ever screening in South America!
En Attendant Godard was screened at the Universidade Tuiuti do Paraná in Curitiba in Brazil on 19 October to a warm crowd who also got to hear director William Brown giving a keynote address at the SOCINE XX Conference in the same venue two days later.
Our warmest thanks go to Denize Araujo for organising the screening, as well as to Minda Moreira for helping with the subtitles for the film.
Furthermore, there have been private screenings of Circle/Line at the University of Skövde in Sweden, for which we should thank Lars Kristensen for his warm invitation, and at the University of Roehampton in London.
The short, St Mary Magdalen’s Home Movies, also screened at We’re Not Kids Anymore, a regular night run at the Betsey Trotwood pub in Farringdon by the fantastic band, Extradition Order, for whom we have of course made a couple of music videos.
The night also included performances from author Sam Jordison, historian Jonathan Healey, comedians Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce, and of course Extradition Order themselves.
Many thanks to the Order’s Alastair Harper for that kind invitation.
And, finally, Selfie is due to screen at the Philosophy Faculty of Vilnius University in Lithuania on 10 November 2016, with warm thanks going to Francisco Janes for helping to arrange it.
We are also hoping for further screenings in the near future – word has it that Selfie might also get a screening in Brazil in 2017, with Circle/Line potentially playing at the University of Greenwich.
This is not to mention festivals to which Beg Steal Borrow films have been submitted, and other possible screenings that have been mentioned… So fingers crossed that these shall come to fruition!