15th July – ‘Dis/Locations’ event on changing experiences of East London

Details of the next Passengerfilms’s have been published over at their website. This event is on the 15th July and is called ‘Dis/Locations’. The evening will explore the changing experiences of East London through film. poetry, song and music with Under the Cranes (2011) as the feature film and a panel discussion including Michael Rosen, Emma-Louise Williams, Owen Davey and Tom Wilkinson.

The event is a collaboration with LIVINGMAPS and A-Team Arts. More details about the event and ticket information can be found in the reblogged post.

Hope you can join us!

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We are delighted to be collaborating with LIVINGMAPS and A-Team Artson Wednesday the 15th of July for a unique event of film and discussion, reflecting on the changing cultural landscapes and lived experiences that are ‘East London’. 

The evening reflects on poetry, song and music as the preservers of place-memory; and focuses on economic change, the architecture of the urban landscape, regeneration and belonging through a mix of creative and documentary footage, archive and spoken word to create a multisensory quality of place-experience.

The ‘Dis/Locations’ programme will include three shorts: ‘Hackney Lullabies’ (2011) by director Kyoko Miyake, Robey (2014) by Craig Bilham & Owen Davey (video-strolls.com) and ‘Robin Hood Gardens: Requiem for a Dream’ (2014) directed by James English. The feature film ‘Under the Cranes’ (2011) will be presented by director Emma-Louise Williams (film-maker, radio-producer) and script-writer Michael Rosen (poet, broadcaster and author). Presenters Emma-Louise Williams, Michael…

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