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WunderKammer Zine Vol:1 CRISIS?

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WunderKammer Zine Vol:1 CRISIS? contains new writing from 6 of London’s most exciting DIY film exhibitors about the emergency screen culture they co-created during shutdown.

The insider accounts reflect on the steps that were taken, the films that were shown, and the communities that were built. In their different ways, the authors each reflect on the extent to which the venue shutdown was both a crisis and a revival.

All proceeds from the sale of this zine will go to support indie film exhibitors in London through our Revive The Dark campaign for distinctive/DIY cinema.

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Description

WunderKammer Zine Vol:1 CRISIS? contains new writing from 6 of London’s most exciting DIY film exhibitors about the emergency screen culture they co-created during shutdown.

In this volume:

  • Jade Evans writes about Carol Morley’s #FridayFilmClub
  • Michelle Facey writes about Kennington Bioscope’s silent cinema channel KBTV
  • Daniel & Clara write about their Moving Image Salon for artists & experimental filmmakers
  • Julia Brow of eco film club No Planet B writes about finding new content collabs
  • Catriona Mahmoud writes about taking Screen25 community cinema online with Stream25
  • Sarah Kathryn Cleaver writes about building Zodiac Film Club’s Instagram community

The insider accounts reflect on the steps that were taken, the films that were shown, and the communities that were built. In their different ways, the authors each reflect on the extent to which the venue shutdown was both a crisis and a revival.

All proceeds from the sale of this zine will go to support indie film exhibitors in London through our Revive The Dark campaign for distinctive/DIY cinema.

#ReviveTheDark

Additional information

Pages

44pp

Size

A5

Notes

100% of proceeds from the sale (after fees) go to support indie film exhibitors in London, helping them return to venues after the cinema shutdown.

Date

Published by RADIANT CIRCUS, September 2021.