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Here is the full-length version of the film available to watch online

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Offbeat London – Leytonstone Festival

The London Perambulator is screening as part of the Offbeat London programme in the Leytonstone Festival alongside A13:Road Movie.
John Rogers and Nick Papadimitriou will be doing a Q&A with A13 directors Rayna Nadeem and Stuart Bamforth.
21st July 7.30pm, Luna Lounge, Church Lane, London E11
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Passenger Films screening

The London Perambulator is screening as part of Passenger Films psychogeography night at Roxy Bar and Screen on 14th June.
Nick Papadimitriou will also be reading excerpts from his forthcoming book Scarp with musical accompaniment.
John Rogers and Nick will be doing a Q&A following the screening.
There is also a few words from Gale, Serena and Clare from the urban exploration project WALKWALKWALK , about their archaeological methodologies in routing and rerouting North East London, and from Roland Francois-Lack at UCL, who writes a daily blog about the connection between maps and film, THE CINETOURIST.

7.30pm, Tuesday June 14th, Roxy Bar & Screen, London Bridge.

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Movie May Day screening

Chuffed to announce that The London Perambulator will be screening as part of the East End Film Festival’s Movie May Day event on Monday 2nd May 3pm Eastside Books, 166 Brick Lane, London E1 6RU  (free adm).

This is a wonderful homecoming for the film as we premiered at the festival in 2009.

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Screening at Curzon Soho

We’re delighted to announce that The London Perambulator will be screening at Curzon Soho on Wednesday 14th July at 7.45pm followed by a Q&A with John Rogers and Nick Papadimitriou.

Info and tickets here

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LIDF

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The screenings and discussions at the London International Documentary Festival went really well – it’s always fascinating to see the different ways people react to the film and to hear their insights.
Thanks to everyone at the LIDF for making this a thoroughly stimulating and rewarding experience.
Here are a couple of articles about the events.
The Invisible City: extended report and interview with John Rogers
The Invisible City: a rough review
Free Word – LoopLoop, Surveillance of a Camp in Spring, and London Perambulator plus Panel

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LP screening at The London International Documentary Festival

We’re delighted that London Perambulator will be getting two screenings during the essential London International Documentary Festival. There will be panel discussions at both events.

Thursday 29th April 8pm, Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road EC1R 3GA

Screening with LoopLoop / Surveillance of a Camp in Spring plus panel discussion with -Anna Minton, writer and journalist, author of ‘Ground Control’, Dr Fran Tonkiss, director of the LSE Cities Programme, Prof. Matthew Gandy, director of the UCL Urban Laboratory, John Rogers, director of The London Perambulator, and Nick Papadimitriou

Tickets and info here

The London Perambulator will also be screening as part of Invisible City an all-day audio, visual and filmic exploration of Hackney, the Lea Valley, Kings Cross and rest of North and East London. Panel discussion with Simon Pope, John Rogers, Tom Hunter and Resonance fm

Saturday 24th April 2010 10:30am – 14.30pm

More info and tickets here

Full details of the LIDF programme

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Under/Over – Part 2/3 – Presented by Close-Up and Transidency
13th April 2010 Time: 8pm, Doors open at 7.45pm

Venue: The Working Men’s Club, 44-46 Pollard Row, London E2 6NB
Ticket: £5/£3 to Close-Up members
This season of films have been curated in conjunction with the Artist’s collective, Transidency, whose latest show entitled UNDER/OVER runs at the FOLD Gallery during April 2010.

The programme aims to complement the themes investigated in UNDER/OVER, as well as to draw out the comparisons between the films themselves which collectively act as a body of enquiry into those same themes which include; [self & enforced] mythologising, ridiculous labour, over work/under work and the in-between, an ongoing investigation into the deceptive quality of the Earth’s iconography and the spaces of war.

London Perambulator screening with:

Jaunt [1995, 5 mins] Andrew Kotting’s ‘psychogeographical’ experiment conducted along the highways, byways and waterways of the River Thames. From Southend-on-Sea to the Houses of Parliament, Kotting’s ‘Road Movie’ of sorts see this stretch of this our fair isle though the eyes of those who work and inhabit it, but ultimately though the eyes of Kotting himself.

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London Perambulator at Media Playground

The London Perambulator will be screening at Resonance fm’s Media Playground day of events commissioned by Broadcast Media Sculptures. “Media Playground” present movies, discussion and radiophonic sound-art in the distinctive surroundings of London’s Foundry bar, 86 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3JL

Saturday 19th December 2009 3.30pm, Free adm

The screening will be followed by a  Q&A with John Rogers (director) and Nick Papadimitriou (subject of the film)

Also Class Wargames presents Guy Debord’s The Game of War, followed by discussion with instigator Richard Barbrook, philosopher Stefan Lutschinger and director Ilze Black – plus a collective playing of Debord’s game.

Earlier at 2pm: discussion for broadcast: Pathological Over-Sharing.

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London Perambulator at Cine-City

The London Perambulator will be screening at Brighton’s Cine-City festival on 26th November 8pm. The screening at the Sallis Benney Theatre will be followed by a Q&A with director John Rogers and Nick Papadimitriou – the London Perambulator himself. This session will be hosted by film-maker Grant Gee, director of the acclaimed Radiohead documentary Meeting People is Easy.

See the Cine-City website for more information and booking details

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