Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Hang Outs...Movies in London


15 April 2011 - 28 April 2011

★★★★ 'As an exercise in silky formal elegance, it’s hard to fault this flighty crime caper' Time Out

Hong Kong master Johnnie To's latest film is a complex web of game-playing and deception, with a delightful yet disorientating colour scheme.

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Vivienne Dick

16 April 2011 - 17 April 2011

Watch the chaotic growth of New York punk and the No Wave movement through the eyes of a Super 8. This weekend you can discover this Irish-born artist filmmaker Vivienne Dick through free screenings of performances and music from New York's radical creatives Lydia Lunch, James Chance, Pat Place, Adele Bertei and Ikue Mori.

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Dr David Luke + The Manster

14 April 2011

A one-off screening of the 1959 horror film, The Manster, where an American reporter is transformed into a two-headed monster. For this week's Strange Attractor Salon talk, Dr David Luke considers psychic, out-of-the-body and near-death experiences.

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Cold Fish

8 April 2011 - 27 April 2011

★★★★ Evening Standard
This Japanese thriller about a serial killer from director Sion Sono is an unpredictable tale of cunning and cold-blooded characters.

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A Dying Artist

22 April 2011 - 23 April 2011

Is death still a taboo in the art world? Join us for rare film screenings, performances, round table discussions, readings and live music exploring mortality and illness in art. Featuring experimental film from the Stan Brakhage archives and Matthew Barney's rarely seen first filmScab Action. Tickets from £5.
Also, on 21 April, catch a late-night screening of John Carpenter's 1980 horror classic, The Fog.

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Behind the Mask - Director Joanna Hogg on All That Jazz

23 April 2011

Writer/director Joanna Hogg, known for her eagerly anticipated second film Archipelago (2010), introduces a screening of All That Jazz (1979), the semi-autobiographical musical on the life of director, screenwriter, choreographer and dancer Bob Fosse.

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