Screen conference panel

University of Glasgow, 29 June-1 July 2019 Jill Craigie: documentary and feminist film practices The panel presents work undertaken as part of the AHRC-funded project, Jill Craigie: Film Pioneer. We  explore Craigie’s film work, contextualising her career and producing both written and film responses to this body of work. Thus, the panel encompasses creative, critical… Continue reading

Making the Grade: Women Directing Documentary Past and Present

Friday 22-Saturday 23 November 2019, in partnership with Arts Institute Plymouth    Directors UK (2018) reports an almost 10% decline in the number of women directing factual programming in recent years. What factors are driving this and how have individual women managed to forge careers in this sector? We will use the career of Jill… Continue reading

British Women Documentary Filmmakers 1930-1955 – symposium

British Women Documentary Filmmakers 1930-1955 – symposium

British Women Documentary Filmmakers 1930-1955 5 April 2019 9:00-18:30 Book via Eventbrite here. Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics As the work of filmmakers including Jill Craigie, Kay Mander and Marion Grierson testify, women  played a significant part in the early decades of British documentary and informational filmmaking. Women were a vital… Continue reading

Blue Scar paper

Blue Scar paper

Lizzie Thynne presented a paper on Jill Craigie, ‘Blue Scar (1949) and the Question of Nationalization’ at 1948: Seventy Years On, a day conference at the University of Sussex on 9 November 2018. More details here. Continue reading

Public events & partners

Public events & partners

Public events about Jill Craigie’s work are planned for 2019- 20 with our partners, The Arts Institute, Plymouth, the Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham, The Forum Norwich and the British Film Institute. Watch this space for news. The Arts Institute, Plymouth → British Entertainment History Project → The British Film Institute → The Stanley Spencer Gallery → The Forum, Norwich → We… Continue reading