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
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.