osamund Pike made her much anticipated appearance at the Oxford International Film Festival on the closing night of the festival at the Curzon cinema. Pike, an Oxford university alumnus, was in town for Closing Night Shorts and the screening of the film in which she stars, The Human Voice. Based on the play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and directed by Patrick Kennedy.
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Bravebird encompasses many things: it provides a space for minorities to live out their shared experiences, supplies a creative outlet for underrepresented communities to showcase their authenticity, and amplifies marginalized voices in the film industry. The company is incredibly unique in its mission of telling more authentic stories that are definitive and help viewers “see and hear” the diverse world around them.Read More
Bravebird, an Indigenous and woman-owned video production company based in Madison, hosted a virtual panel Thursday afternoon addressing the intersection of arts, activism and social inequity within Wisconsin arts and beyond. Tying in themes from the company’s most recent feature film, “Trace the Line.”Read More