THE DEATHLESS WOMAN has it’s Hungarian Premiere as the opening film of the Human Rights Film Days festival in Budapest. Organised by the Romedia Foundation, the festival runs from 10th-11th December. Watch Roz discussing the film with Roma Holocaust historian and activist Ágnes Daróczi and Professor of Media at Eötvös Loránd University András Müllner in this video created for the film’s Hungarian launch.
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is screening at Ake Dikhea? Festival of Romani Film on Saturday 21st November at 20.00 CET. There will be a live Q&A after the screening moderated by Lisa Smith from Travellers Times, with Roz and Roma actor and cultural activist Oliver Malik at 21.40 CET. Join us!
We are thrilled THE DEATHLESS WOMAN has received the Special Jury Award from Ake Dikhea? Festival of Romani Film! Jury statement: “This film has significant value in highlighting the importance of commemoration and remembrance for Romani Holocaust victims but also effortlessly weaves together how the historical persecution of Romani people connects with the present day reality and rise in far right fascism across Europe particularly in the Hungarian context. It sends a clear call to action for wider society. A must watch.”
13th October 7p.m.(CET)
Roz will be in conversation with Jennifer Martin at B3 Biennale. Watch live, or recorded here.
‘…discussing their motivations in examining one of the most important socio-political subjects of our times, and their creative approach to portraying this artistically as a moving image artwork’
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is showing in the Art programme of the B3 Biennale, Frankfurt, Germany.
Screening online, 9th – 18th October
Roz will be talking about the development of THE DEATHLESS WOMAN in this online panel discussion with Rubika Shah (White Riot) and Simón Uribe (Suspension) – moderated by Samara Chadwick – at Open City Documentary Festival.
Demystifying the Development Process 4pm, Thursday 10th September. Free, but please register.
Watch the discussion on catch up here.
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN with have its Asian Premiere at the EBS International Documentary Film Festival (EIDF) Korea, in the Festival Choice (Global) Competition. Plus TV broadcast on EBS1 Monday 17th August.
To mark Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, we are very pleased to collaborate with the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma to make THE DEATHLESS WOMAN available to watch online.
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is screening at the Borderlines Film Festival on 13th and 15th March at the Courtyard Cinema , Hereford. Roz will be there on the 13th for a post-screening Q&A.
Will Tizard interviews Roz about THE DEATHLESS WOMAN in Variety.
‘Deathless Woman’s’ Roz Mortimer on Documenting Far Right Violence Then and Now
We are delighted that THE DEATHLESS WOMAN will have it’s International Premiere in the OPUS BONUM competition at Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Screenings 26/10/19 1pm and 29/10/19 3.30pm – both screenings at Dukla Cinema.
Here we finally are at BFI London Film Festival Q&A after the world premiere of THE DEATHLESS WOMAN.
L to R – Margaret Glover (script editor), Stefan Smith (Composer), Helen de Witt (LFF programmer), Roz Mortimer, Loren O’Dair (lead actor), Oliver Malik (supporting actor), Peter Emery (DoP). A packed house and some great questions from the audience. Thankful for my amazing cast and crew, and the many others who have supported this film.
So pleased to read Shilyh Warren’s insightful essay Hum, Buzz, Gurgle: Ecological Soundscapes in Poetic Ecodocs – focusing on ethical sensibility, affective encounters, enchantment and wonder in Roz’s film Invisible. Published in Vocal Projections: Voices in Documentary, Bloomsbury Press.
Roz’s short film, Its Going to Rain, made as part of the development of The Deathless Woman with Roma poet Valdemar Kalinin and featuring newcomer Oliver Malik is live on the Random Acts site
Wormcharmer will be screening at the Aphrodite Festival in Athens in a programme curated by Cinenova Distribution
Roz will be participating in the American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference panel, The Forensic Imagination in Utrecht, NL, July 7th-9th. She will be presenting her research into phenomenology as method: I Feel Myself Looked at by the Things.
This is History (after all) will be screening at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts at 14.15 on Saturday 3rd June as part of the Poetics and Politics of Documentary symposium at University of Sussex, Brighton. Roz will be giving a presentation, Pools of Affect: the tableau vivant as a disruptive space on Sunday 4th June.
Roz will be presenting recent work and work in progress: Sensitive Histories at Autograph ABP, London on 1st November at 6.30pm
Roz will be presenting a paper Bringing a Ghost into Being at the Visible Evidence XXIII conference in Bozeman, Montana on 14th August.
This is History will be screening on 13th August in Cheever Hall at 1.30pm
Roz will be presenting a paper Phenomenology as Method at the Ecstatic Truths: Defining the Essence of Animated Documentary symposium at the Royal College of Art, London on 14th May.
Roz will be presenting Wormcharmer at the European Media Art Festival (EMAF) on 26th April in the programme FILM AS MESSAGE as part of the IRONY AS SUBVERSIVE INTERVENTION strand curated by Ralf Sausmikat.
Roz will be showing new work, Traces, in a group show THIS IS VISUAL SOCIOLOGY at 310 New Cross Road, London SE14.
Private view: 25th Sept 6-9pm.
Sites of Collective Memory opens at the Cube Gallery, Phoenix, Leicester.
5th September – 3rd October 2014. Gallery Open 9am to 11pm daily. Free entry.
Join us on 24th September at 6.15 pm for an artist’s talk. Roz will be in conversation with Animate’s Director Abigail Addison, Delaine Le Bas and Damian Le Bas.
Roz’s new film – This is History (after all) will be premiering at CGP gallery in London as part of the exhibition Sites of Collective Memory.
9 July to 10 August 2014, Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Sites of Collective Memory comprises four new moving image works that offer intimate portraits of individuals, witnesses to historic events at places that resonate with individual and shared remembrance. Each work takes testimony as its starting point, reflecting on personal experiences of iconic and historic moments – the bombing of Hiroshima, the massacre of Polish Gypsies in WWII, and the 7/7 London bombings – and in contrast, the private experiences passed down through British Romani families. Through these works we may consider how representations of history and culture are shared in our collective consciousness.
Reduced to Silence: the Roma Holocaust
At this event in collaboration with Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month I will be screening of a selection of interviews with survivors and witnesses of the Roma Holocaust in Poland. The screening will be followed by a Q&A and panel discussion with Roma speakers from Hackney, Newham and Harringay.
Its free, but please book.
The Flayed Horse comes to Moscow!
17th June @ 22.30 at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design.
Roz will be presenting her new project, Reduced to Silence as work in progress at Autograph ABP‘s Roma: Self-Representation and Popular Media symposium at Amnesty International.
Followed by a panel discussion with Gabi Scardi and Gary Thomas
Thursday 14th June.
Free, but please reserve a place here.
Roz’s new series of video paintings for the Open Gallery – Sites of Memory – will be previewing at the Hay Festival, June 2012