ReShape and the Cinema Museum are proud to present the 2020 season of The VITO Project, a series of monthly screenings bringing generations of LGBT+ people together to provide an alternative space to mix, watch great films and share ideas.
The 2020 season kicks off with a very special 25th anniversary screening of the ground-breaking documentary The Celluloid Closet (1995) presented from a 35mm film print.
VITO Project & PrEPster – London 16th June
VITO Project – London 28th November
A full size panel from the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt was also be on display in the Cinema Museum for the event.
VITO Project – London 12th July
VITO Project – London 30th May
VITO Project – London 25th April
This month VITO took place on the 25th of April, with a screening of TINTA BRUTA, winner of the Teddy Award at the 2018 Berlinale, directed by Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon.
The film was followed by an open discussion with 2 members of the community.
VITO Project – London 28th March
VITO Project – London 28th February
VITO Project – London 31st January
The screening was followed by an open discussion with Bonnie Rae Brickman, the film editor and Angela Bryan-Brown, LGBT campaigner and activist and part of the Wotever DIY Film Festival team.
VITO Project – London 27th December
This month VITO was a little bit special. We were celebrating our third year, the holiday season and the end of the year all rolled into one with a screening of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane.
VITO Project – London 29th November
VITO Project: Sunday 29th October – Being ourselves
The Vito Project, Cinema Museum & Outings in Art Plus presented a special day-long Autumn Sunday of LGBTQ film screenings and conversations looking at how far we have come as a community – and where we might be heading next. What did London looked and felt like before all our lives were changed by the idea of liberation?
VITO Project: London 25th October 2017
VITO Project: London 25th September 2017
This month VITO will took place on Wednesday 27th September with a screening of Dog Day Afternoon, a 1975 American crime drama film directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Al Pacino and John Cazale.
The screening was followed by an open discussion with Michelle Ross, co-founder of CliniQ, and Seán McGovern, ardent cinephile and one of VITO programmers.
Where’s the hope? Dialogues for solidarity IV London 28th September
Life experiences: Care providers – Our work today
The fourth session in the series took place on Thursday 28th September at 7pm with guests: Prof. Jane Anderson Gary Brough and Bernard Kelly.
This session looked at current work experiences in HIV care from a specialist point of view and explored how current conditions impact related care providers. Reflecting on the changing nature of HIV care and the changing needs of people living with HIV, the session examined the policy implications of a fragmented system and the patients’ perspective on HIV care.
The Care Providers session was expected to lay the ground work for a future session on the failing Health Economy as a leading issue.
VITO Project: London 30th August
This month VITO took place on Wednesday 30th July with an evening of an evening of some of the best, uplifting, insightful, flirtatious and joyous women-centred short fiction and non-fiction films: Female Stories.
The screening was followed by a Q&A.
Vito Project: London 26th July
Where’s the hope: Dialogue for solidarity III – London 29th June
Life Experiences: African and Afro-Caribbeans communities
VITO Project – London 28th June
28th June at 7pm, Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH