Transartfest, Art Biennial, Berlin

Friday, August 9, 2013 – 20:00

Supemarkt Creative Resource Center, Brunnenstrasse 64, 13355 Berlin

Previous screenings and events

London On Foot – screening + Q&A with Nick Papadimitriou and John Rogers

Thurs 10th May 2012, 6.30pm – Seven at Brixton, No.7 Market Row, Brixton SW9 8LB

The official launch of B, CURIOCITY’s second issue.
Talks by TOM JONES, author of Tired of London, Tired of Life and TOM BOLTON, author of London’s Lost Rivers.
A screening of the film London Perambulator (45mins)

Adm free – book here

Offbeat London – Leytonstone Festival

Thursday 21st July 2011, 7.30pm, Luna Lounge, Church Lane, London E11

Screening with A13: Road Movie – plus Q&A with John Rogers, Nick Papadimitriou, Rayna Nadeem and Stuart Bamforth

more info here

Passenger Films – psychogeography Tuesday June 14th 7.30pm

Roxy Bar & Screen, London Bridge, SE1 1LB

Screening of London Perambulator + Nick Papadimitriou reading from Scarp with musical accompaniment.

Q&A and talk with urban exploration project WALKWALKWALK , and THE CINETOURIST.

More info here

East End Film Festival – Movie May Day – Monday 2nd May 3pm

Eastside Books, 166 Brick Lane. London E1 6RU. Free event
more info here

Curzon Soho – Wednesday 14th July 7.45pm 2010

Followed by Q&A with John Rogers and Nick Papadimitriou

More info and booking here

London International Documentary Festival

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

Plus Panel discussion – 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.

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

More info and tickets here

Under/Over – Part 2/3 – Presented by Close-Up and Transidency

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

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 Galleryduring 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.

Media Playground presented by Resonance fm

The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JL

Saturday 19th December 2009 3.30pm, Free adm

Part of Resonance FM‘s 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.

London Perambulator screening + Q&A with John Rogers (director) and Nick Papadimitriou (subject of the film)

Showing with  And The Game of War followed by discussion with instigator Richard Barbrook and director Ilze Black – and an actual game of “War”.

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

More info here

Cine-City – Brighton Film Festival

Screening + Q&A with Nick Papadimitriou and John Rogers

Thu 26 Nov 8.00 Sallis Benney Theatre,

Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Grand Parade, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 0JY

Book tickets here

London’s Burning at Housmans

Screening + Q&A with Nick Papadimitriou and John Rogers
Saturday 25th July 5pm

This screening is hosted by London’s legendary radical bookshop Housmans who are dedicating their July and August events programme to a celebration of radical London
Limited spaces: to book a place and for more info please email

East End Film Festival – Whitechapel Gallery Wednesday 29th April 7pm

+ panel discsussion with Will Self, Iain Sinclair, Andrea Philips, Nick Papadimitriou and John Rogers

screening as part of the East End Film Festival

nominated for the International Film Guide Inspiration award for Best Documentary Feature at the East End Film Festival

book tickets here

10 responses to “Screenings

  1. Karen Simpson

    I would really love to see this film. Will it be showing in the US anytime soon? Specifically So. California? I am in San Diego but would travel to LA to see it. Wish I could make it to the East End Festival, that’s where I’ve traced my ancestral roots to! I’ll visit next trip over. For now I’d love to see this film you gents have produced. Good luck with it!
    Karen (Outtacontrol56 on Twitter)

    • londonperambulator

      Thanks Karen. I haven’t found anywhere in that part of the world to screen as yet but will look into fixing something up later in the year. We’ll be releasing it on DVD sometime as well. Thanks for your interest.

      • Karen Simpson

        DVD would be great! A dvd for play in all regions. International Film Channel on cable TV here in the states is making a lot of these such films available as On Demand. Perhaps you could strike up a good deal on that platform? Keep the good work coming.

  2. Tom Kington DeBeeverBoy

    Hi there,

    Interested in seeing this, am a Hackney (DeBeavoir) based soul.

    are there any screenings in London in the Foreseeable?


    • londonperambulator

      Hi Tom – thanks for your interest. There’s nothing planned at the moment but will hopefully sort something out in Jan/Feb around east London. There’s a screening on Brighton on November 26th.

    • londonperambulator

      Hi Tom – the film is on at The Foundry near Old Street on Saturday 19th December at 3pm – more info in the screenings section.

  3. Pauline

    Is it possible to arrange a screening of this and if so how much would it cost to do that?
    Many thanks

  4. Really want to see this film and hope it comes to DVD soon – thanks so much this is going to be great over Christmas digging up and finding more – any plans to tour this around film festivals in Europe ?
    have a look at these young Austrians and their blog of music in public places in Vienna, Berlin and other cities places you wont find in the guidebook – the Wreckless Eric vid is golden!

    • londonperambulator

      thanks for your comment. hoping for more screenings and a dvd in the new year – I’ll post any news here. Enjoyed the vid you linked very much

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