FILM AT CAMPLE

Find details of our upcoming screenings in 2022 ↓

All of our in-house screenings are now captioned for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing viewers as standard
Optional SDH captions available to switch on for all films when watching online

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2021, Rhayne Vermette, 80mins

Set and shot in Treaty 1 territory in Vermette’s native Manitoba, the film’s narrative centres on a long-missing young woman’s unexpected return to her indigenous Métis community. 

Watch at Cample: Sunday 29 May 7pM

Watch Online: 29 May - 5 June

2021, Salomé Jashi, 92mins

Georgian filmmaker Salome Jashi’s feature length documentary, which centres upon the efforts of billionaire and former prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili in uprooting mature trees from villages and communities along the Black Sea coast to be transported to and replanted at the site of his privately owned Shekvetili Dendrological Park.

Watch at Cample: Friday 18 March

Watch Online: 18 - 25 March

Tracing creative practice, histories and environmental contexts in artists’ moving image from Southeast Asia & UK

โลก(ไร้)รูป (Im)material worlds is an online programme of artists moving image that gives focus to the environmental crisis from Global South and postcolonial perspectives

Online 30 January - 26 March 2022

Includes online events: 5 February, 19 February, 5 March and 19 March, 12pm GMT

Visit our Screenings archive to see details of previous screenings and replay recordings of our live discussions

Browse other events, activities and workshops currently available online and in person via our What’s On page

Join us on 12 September for ‘A Night at the Cinema’ – a curated selection of traditional silent movies brought to life with live musical accompaniment from The Bookshop Band