In partnership with Park Circus films, we’re giving away three exclusive posters for festive films that have become as synonymous with the Christmas season as Santa Claus or injuries at a black Friday sale.
The holiday wouldn’t be complete without a cosy revisiting of Frank Capra’s 1946 gem It’s A Wonderful Life, Brian Henson’s mischievous rehash The Muppet Christmas Carol and Robert Zemeckis’ CGI laden but no less magical The Polar Express - so you’ll be pleased to know that all three are back on the big screen at selected cinemas throughout the month of December.
All you need to do to win the set of three posters is tell us your favourite Christmas movie and why in 100 words or less.
Simply email your entry to Intellectthebigpicturemagazine@gmail.com before Friday December 19th for your chance to win.
Cathy Madden - Reading & Book Signing at UBookstore
Teaching people to understand the ways they are interfering with their natural coordination, the Alexander Technique applies the use of consciously coordinated responses to ease tension, alleviate chronic stress, and improve performance. In a new guide-book specifically for performers, Alexander Technique coach Cathy Madden presents the practice as it applies to common concerns and specific applications in the life and work of performers. Join us at the Univerity Bookstore for a reading and signing. Cathy will share from her new book and expand on how anyone can benefit from ridding themselves of unnecessary muscular and mental effort using the Alexander Technique.
Cathy Madden is principal lecturer for the University of Washingtons Professional Actor Training program, director of the Alexander Technique Training and Performance Studio in Seattle, and associate director and research director for BodyChance in Japan. She was a founding member and is a former chair of Alexander Technique International.
- alternative conceptions of boys’ clothing
- aesthetic quality and boys’ clothing
- stereotyping and gender bias in early years research
- play and boys’ clothing
- literature and boys’ clothing
- social class and boys’ clothing
- anthropology of boys’ clothing
- gender perfomativity
- gender non-comformity
Please send submissions and queries to guest editor Jeanne Iorio (Iorio@Hawaii.edu).
Sponsored by Intellect
7 – 8:30 pm
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario
Members $12 | Public $15 | Students $10
Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore, India 18th and 19th December 2014
Deadline for abstracts: Friday 4th July
Presentation with visuals followed by Q&A
2.30pm - 3.30pm (no interval)
Leconfield Hall Petworth GU28 0AH
45 minute presentation with visuals followed by an opportunity for questions and answers. Nick Smedley will then be available to sign copies of his book.
18 and under £4
10 Dec 20148:00 pm | Cinema 1 | ICA
Chair: Professor Beth Harland
Andrea Luka Zimmerman: Screening and in conversation with Lucy Reynolds
Wednesday 19 November 2014
5.30 to 7pm
Lecture Theatre, University of the Arts London, 16 John Islip St, Chelsea College of Arts, SW1p 4JU
Andrea Luka Zimmerman will screen extracts from her recent films, including the forthcoming feature essay film Estate, a Reverie which premieres at Hackney's Rio Cinema on 22 November 2014. Filmed over seven years, Estate seeks to reveal and celebrate the resilience of residents who are profoundly overlooked by media representations and wider social responses. Interweaving intimate portraits with the residents' own historical re-enactments and dramatised scenes, Estate, a Reverie asks how we might resist being framed exclusively through class, gender, ability or disability, and through geography.
The event will be followed by a drinks reception to celebrate the launch of MIRAJ 2.2 and 3.1