Thursday 5 December 20196:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Girls in Film and Second Home are back together again, this time for a special showcase of genre spanning films dedicated to music & film.
We take a look at the human sensory connection to music and the body’s physical reaction to sound – from electronic music as a non-hearing experience to dancehall’s capacity to shape identity and empower.
The screening will follow a live performance from London based musician Joviale, alongside her music video by Fiona Jane Burgess. Having spent the last year honing her sound on London’s live circuit – her debut EP sees Joviale creating dreamy, silk-wrapped universes emotionally inspired as much by 60’s, such as the Shangri-Las, as musicals. More than anything Joviale is inspired by the concept of sound itself: its power and ability to to psychologically affect people.
Drinks provided by Absolut Vodka.
On the occasion of Art Night, curator Ariella Yedgar presents a late-night showcase of Steve Reinke’s remarkable video essay Final Thoughts.
Join us at Libreria for a screening of this freak show/cult classic, concerning the misadventures of Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) inside a strange mansion they come across on a rainy night.
Join short film producer Afonso Mota, for a screening of his debut feature film Aos Nossos Amigos.
Take a trip down the rabbit hole; explore the world’s most radical subcultures and the music that defines them. Screening plus Q&A with Bec Evans, Head of Video Development at Dazed, and directors Akinola Davies & Joseph Delaney.
An insight into musician PJ Harvey’s process and her worldwide search for creative inspiration.
Join us for a screening of Spike Jonze’s Her, followed by a discussion around the ethical and philosophical questions to be asked as we race towards a future among robots.
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