Seizing the Screen - all female hip-hop film screening 27/03/11
Female All Stars are happy to be sponsoring a very exciting all female event. Siezing the Screenis an all female hip-hop film screening that takes place in London especially for Women’s History Month in March. We welcome an audience of all ages, genders, shapes and sizes and everything in between to experience the roles of women in hip-hop internationally. The night will include, films, discussions and live entertainment. Films on the night include: Redder than Red UK|2005| Dir: Martha Cooper & Nika Kramer| 17 mins
Not Bad For A Girl AUS|2007|Dir: Jo| 12.30 min
Counting HeadzSA|2007| Dir: Erin Offer| 48 mins
Keep Hanging on to our Dreams FR|2005|Dir: Keira Maameri| 45 mins Discussion: When will women be seen as artists and not women in hip-hop and and is that achievable?
Panellist Include: Jee Nice: Editor & Founder of AnAttitude, the world's only female hip-hop magazine
Diss Miss: DJ(ane) and Founder of DUTTY Girls, an all female hip-hop collective based in Bristol and organiser of many female hip-hop nights SouthWest of England.
Claire: Graffiti Artist of 10 years and co-ordinater of 'Girls on Top' exhibition the UK's only all female graffiti exhibition and was feautred in 'Graffiti Woman' by Nicholas Ganz.
Kay Young: An artist/producer from London , with an eclectic taste in music from Pink Floyd to Marvin Gaye, she is set to release her EP 'The Smell of Winter' on 28.02.2011.
Keira Maameri: The director of Keep Hanging on to our Dreams
Sarah Sayeed: An Mc/Soul inspired singer from London via Manchester and founder of Sister Elementz a record label.
For advance tickets, you can pay by paypal, using my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets £5/7 adv/conc & £8/£10 OTD
Closest tube/National Rail: Old St/Liverpool St Overground: Shoreditch High St/Hoxton Buses: 8, 26,35,47,48,70,100,135,149,388 (Shoreditch High St)