What's On - Special Events

Freud/Lynch: Behind the Curtain

20180527

Freud/Lynch: Behind the Curtain

A 2-day conference exploring the cinema of David Lynch through a psychoanalytic lens. The films of David Lynch are sometimes said to be unintelligible. They confront us with strange dreamscapes pop...

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FEMMETOPIA - Grabbing Pussy: Bank Hol Brunch with Karen Finley15

20180528

FEMMETOPIA - Grabbing Pussy: Bank Hol Brunch with Karen Finley

Femmetopia - a six-day Festival of art, performance and protest, celebrating and exploring intersectional collective power! Book launch, film screening and conversation with Karen Finley! In a b...

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IN THE INTENSE NOW + BRITISH MOVIETONE NEWS REVIEW OF 196815

20180529

IN THE INTENSE NOW + BRITISH MOVIETONE NEWS REVIEW OF 1968

History matters. Marking the 50th anniversary of the events of May '68 when student protests and a general strike brought France to a standstill. 1968 was a year of worldwide protest that saw the g...

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BEST FEST15

20180531

BEST FEST

Best Fest is a new, dynamic festival of groundbreaking independent film taking place across the EU & North America. Born from the desire to find the largest audience for independent content, Best Fest...

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  • Thu 31 May
    20:00 basement

Guardian documentaries: Three short films about Britain + Q&A12A

20180614

Guardian documentaries: Three short films about Britain + Q&A

Guardian documentaries presents....Three short films about Britain The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. Watch three new short documentaries made by The Guardian about peo...

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AKONG - A REMARKABLE LIFE + Q&AU

20180617

AKONG - A REMARKABLE LIFE + Q&A

The story of Akong Tulku Rinpoche, Tibetan Buddhist master, compelled to flee his homeland in 1959 at the height of Sino-Tibetan tensions. One of only 13 of 300 compatriots to survive the arduous j...

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Calais Children: A Case to AnswerPG

20180624

Calais Children: A Case to Answer

For Refugee Week Hackney Stand Up To Racism is hosting a showing of the award winning film 'Calais Children: A Case to Answer'. There will also be a Q&A session afterwards with the director, Sue Cl...

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