Our films have been selected by a range of exciting film festivals. Take a look at our list of festival selections, screenings, and awards below.
What If Women Ruled The World?
Judy Chicago and Nadya Tolokonnikova’s film, ‘What If Women Ruled the World’, has been nominated for a selection of film festivals over the course of the year. Produced by Shifting Vision, directed by Giulia Magno, and in partnership with DMINTI, ‘What If Women Ruled The World?’ chronicles Chicago and Tolokonnikova’s first historic collaboration, and encourages people to think bigger, and imagine a different, good-natured world.
The film has already been awarded:
“Best Experimental Documentary Film” at Doc.Boston International Documentary Festival , USA, July 2023.
“Best Italian Cinema Now” at Venice Film Week, Venice, August 2023.
“Best Short Documentary Film” at The Bruges International Film Festival, Belgium, November 2023.
The film has also been screened at:
The Visions du Reel Film Market , Switzerland, April 2023.
The Norwegian Short Film Festival , Norway, June 2023.
Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival , Rhode Island, August 2023.
The São Paulo International Short Film Festival in Brazil , Brazil, September 2023.
The Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival , Mallorca, October 2023.
Amsterdam Independent Film Festival , Amsterdam, October 2023.
The film is due to be screened at:
Bogotà Film Festival, Bogotà, Colombia, November 2023.
Amarcort Film Festival, Rimini, Italy November 2023.
Sapporo International Short Film Festival & Market, Sapporo, Japan, November 2023.
Watch the whole trailer: What If Women Ruled The World?
Moshe Safdie: For Everyone a Garden
‘Moshe Safdie: For Everyone A Garden’ produced by Shifting Vision and directed by Giulia Magno, documents Safdie’s exploration of the metaphor ‘For Everyone A Garden’, reflecting on his design philosophy’s foundational principles – that architecture should be profoundly humane and connected to nature.
The short film has recently been screened at:
The Venice Architecture Film Festival , September 2023.
The International Film and Architecture Festival in Prague , October 2023.
The short film is also due to be screened at:
Green Screen Environmental Film Festival, Trinidad and Tobago, November 2023
Ron Arad: Reverse Again
Ron Arad is one of the world’s most influential figures in design, architecture, and art. In his first major retrospective No Discipline, at MoMA and Centre Pompidou in 2008-09, Arad’s work moved seamlessly across genres, displaying his endless curiosity for new media, creative methods, and technologies.
Sitting in his London living room, the artist retraces his long-standing fascination with the iconic Fiat 500 — from the childhood memories of his father’s car to the idea of crushing Fiat 500s into “paintings” (or Pressed Flowers as he affectionately titled them).
The film has been selected for: