DIARY, FEATURES

SCREEN DIARY: a month of alternative screens [MARCH 2019]

Each month we travel across London to see as many of our featured attractions as we can. Last month’s journeys embraced the Prince Charles, Castle and Deptford cinemas, the Cinema and Geffrye museums, the ICA, Austrian Cultural Forum, ArtHouse Crouch End and a Masonic Temple. Not all journeys ended well…

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KISS ME, STUPID + INTRO

2A Films presents a rare screening of Billy Wilder ’s KISS ME, STUPID (1964). A caustic and sometimes melancholy farce of sex and marital infidelity, KISS ME, STUPID is an underrated classic.

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DISPOSSESSION + Q&A

Paul Sng’s documentary is narrated by Maxine Peake and explores the catastrophic failures that have led to a chronic shortage of social housing in Britain. Benefit screening for homeless campaign Streets Kitchen.

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ERASE & FORGET + Q&A 

“This major new investigative documentary explores and exposes the decades of militarism, gun culture, toxic masculinity and social unrest that led to the age of Trump.” ‘Bo’ Gritz is one of America’s highest decorated Vietnam veterans and the media turned him into the real life inspiration behind Rambo.

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SUFFRAGETTE

ArtHouse Crouch End presents: SUFFRAGETTE – FREE SCREENING to celebrate the centenary of the Representation Of The People Act which started the process of allowing women to vote.

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