Cànain – Gaya Short Film Programme @StPetersChurch_17Feb_19:30

A CinemaAttic Short-Film Programme focuses on diversity of languages in film. 

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Cànain – Gaya / Short Film Programme / The Diversity of the Languages

When: Saturday 17 February 2024 – Doors open at 19:30pm Screen starts at 18:00

Where: St Peter’s Church – Lutton Pl, Newington, EH8 9PE, Edinburgh

In February, CinemaAttic focuses on diversity of languages in film. This programme is timed to coincide with the early stages of the UN International Decade of Indigenous Languages (2022 – 2032) and the annual celebration of linguistic diversity, International Mother Language Day (21 February). Building connections between these events, this timely programme offers a selection of special short films that have been screened around the world, including several Scottish premieres. The shorts foreground Scottish Gaelic (And So It Was), Dulegaya and Wayuunaiki (Mu Palaa), British Sign Languages (Signs and Gestures), Mixteco (Kii Nche Ndutsa), and Yanomae (Mãri H and Thuë pihi kuuwi) and invite us to consider the presence, representation and rights of languages in fostering diverse cinematic cultures.


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