And Under That: Margaret Tait Award

  • 2011
  • UK
  • Directed by: Anne-Marie Copestake

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Anne-Marie Copestake is the winner of the 2011 Margaret Tait Award, supported by Creative Scotland and in partnership with LUX. Tonight is the world premiere and only screening of her unique film commission And Under That. And Under That combines the footage and sounds surrounding two women, creating a portrait through the acts of looking and listening. Emerging themes are legacies and patterns of so-called emancipation. The women vocalise fragmented language built from ideas, questions, observations, histories uncovered, history's subjective nature, moments of alienation and resisting completion. The language explores particular environments, associations, female voices of authority and histories. Immediately following the screening will be a live soundtrack performance by Glasgow-based musician/composer/producer Stevie Jones and band Muscles of Joy, of which filmmaker Anne-Marie Copestake is a member. Tickets available on the day from GFT. Part of Glasgow Film Festival 2012: Crossing the Line.

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