Indie Society: Women in Revolt “BEYOND THE VISIBLE, a study of the Inner Self & Spirituality" 

28 May 2019, 19.30
Regent Street Cinema, London, UK

“Beyond the Visible” is a journey across inspiring short films by female filmmakers. This programme sets out to explore the inner self, digging beyond artefact and materiality. Venture with us beyond the surface, to the other side of the mirror, into a new realm of consciousness through a superb selection of short films on the theme, and an immersive breathwork session.  After the screening you will have an opportunity to converse with the filmmakers and other special guests.

INDIE SOCIETY is a collaboration between London Film AcademyShorts On Tap and UK Actors Tweetup, which presents a host of screenings, industry events and a way to truly connect with other professional filmmakers.

WOMEN IN REVOLT is Shorts On Tap's award-winning series celebrating female filmmaking. Bringing you the best contemporary short films and documentaries from Women all around the world since 2015.

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PROGRAMME

Immersive Breathwork Session 

  • Experience the power of using your breath to turn down the volume of your thoughts in a way like you’ve never experienced and leave you on a natural high with a sense of peace, clarity and blissful calm.  Richie Bostock, aka “The Breath Guy”, is an author and one of the world’s leading Breathwork coaches, recently named in the Wellness100 people who have made our world a better place (amongst David Attenborough, Oprah, Dalai Lama, Ellen Page)   @thebreathguy

Short Films Programme 

  • Childhood Amnesia 15:37 .  Directed by Indira Solovieva
  • Elle 14:45 .  Directed by Florence Winter Hill
  • Early Days 12:00 .  Directed by Nessa Wrafter
  • The Sky Underwater 10:20  .  Directed by Maria Galliani Dyrvik
  • Faceshop 5:31 .  Directed by Zhongwen H
  • Hidden 6:21 .  Directed by Jess O’Brien
  • Eternal Resonance 8:30 .  Directed by Indira Solovieva

Q&A with attending filmmakers

Networking in the bar area 

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To BOOK tickets please visit Regent Street Cinema Box Office Online 

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About REGENT STREET CINEMA
Built in 1848, the cinema was the first in the country to show moving pictures. In 1896, the cinema showcased the Lumière brothers’ Cinématographe to a paying audience, and, as the curtain fell, British cinema was born.  It is a truly landmark venue for the British film industry in the heart of London’s West End. The cinema is one of the few in the country to show 16mm and 35mm film, as well as the latest in 4K digital film. It offers exclusive premieres, repertory screenings, retrospectives, documentaries, animation and experimental cinema. You can also experience double bills, showcasing the best of home-grown British talent, world cinema and classic movies in a classic environment.  www.regentstreetcinema.com

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