Another Version of Events

A selection of films influenced by feature film genres including sci-fi, mockumentary,pseudo-documentary, mockbuster and ethnofiction is being screened every week throughout the Biennial.

Every Thursday, 6.30pm at FACT

13 October 2016Another Version of Events: Freak Orlando (1981)
Set in former West Berlin, this uncompromising fantasy explores society's outsiders in a boundary breaking cinematic epic of experimentation and visual extravagance.
06 October 2016Another Version of Events: Nothing More (NADA +) (2001)
Depicting the social and political struggles in present day Cuba, the film follows a young postal worker who dreams of joining her parents in Miami. Selected by Coco Fusco.
29 September 2016Another Version of Events: Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore (1999) and Q&A with Mark Leckey
Taking found footage of British dance halls, discos and raves of the 70s, 80s and 90s, Mark Leckey charts changes in style through the decades.
22 September 2016Another Version of Events: Circuit Breaker Group Screening
Short films by artists who use new technologies in their work.
15 September 2016Another Version of Events: Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World) AKA Turkish Starwars (1982)
This cult science fiction film is affectionately known as the Turkish Star Wars due to its bootleg use of clips from the official movie.
08 September 2016Another Version of Events: Dust Group Screening
Short films by artists and filmmakers on the theme of histories and landscapes.
01 September 2016Another Version of Events: Paris is Burning (1990)
A cult classic following a community of Black and Latino gay and transgender New Yorkers, who find sustenance, creativity and family through dance and performance. Screening accompanied by a special performance.
25 August 2016Another Version of Events: Sans Soleil (1983)
This mind-bending free-form travelogue charts late filmmaker Chris Marker's journey from Africa to Japan.
18 August 2016Another Version of Events: Castle for Home Group Screening
Short films by artists and filmmakers on the theme of domestic, interior and artificial habitats.
11 August 2016Another Version of Events: Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974)
Celine and Julie meet in Montmartre and wind up sharing the same flat, bed, fiancé, clothes, identity and imagination. Selected by Mark Leckey.
04 August 2016Another Version of Events: Stop Motion Group Screening
Two films, Jump (Hysterique Bourreé) and Parade, that capture dance and unique interactions with the camera.
28 July 2016Another Version of Events: Tampopo (1985)
Comedy ensues when a truck driver helps a young widow named Tampopo improve her roadside noodle restaurant. Selected by Oliver Laric.
21 July 2016Another Version of Events: Remote... Remote... Group Screening
A selection of films exploring representations of the body and identity in public and private spaces. Selected by Jesse Jones.
14 July 2016Another Version of Events: News From Home (1976)
The late Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman’s portrait of 1970s New York City, capturing scenes from the three years she spent living and working in the city before returning to Belgium.