Upcoming Event: Passenger Films and Precarious Geographies present “Nightcrawler”

Dear Surgeons,
Please see details of the first Passengerfilms event of 2016. We are trying out a great new venue – the lovely Paragon Bar at the Genesis Cinema in Whitechapel – so a reassuring smattering of LS faces in the crowd would be wonderful! And please bring along any other interested parties you can think of.

Ella and Mel from Precarious Geographies are hosting, with Oli Mould and Will Davies (Goldsmiths) on the panel discussing NIGHTCRAWLER. There is a bar throughout (amazing cocktails) and food available too.
Hope to see some of you there!
Tickets available though the Genesis website here : http://genesiscinema.co.uk/GenesisCinema.dll/WhatsOn?Film=1214382

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Join us on Tuesday 19th of January for a screening and exploration of Dan Gilroy’s fascinating film ‘Nightcrawler’ presented by Passengerfilms in collaboration with ‘Precarious Geographies’ and Genesis Cinema.

Precarious Geographies and Passenger Films Present Nightcrawler Poster -page-001

Set in the hyper-precarious world of contemporary LA, Nightcrawler is a disturbing critique of the neoliberal urban condition. Its protagonist, Lou Bloom, is a young man frustrated by an impenetrable labour market in which even unpaid internships are inaccessible. Bloom embarks on a mission to make his own fortunes by forging a career in crime journalism. Lou’s willingness to cross boundaries others won’t in order to get the goriest footage means his career rapidly gains momentum. His merciless pursuit of uncomprehendingly brutal footage is met by both horror and admiration by TV stations. But this is not just a film about a sinister individual; Lou’s prioritisation of ambition and commercial success at the expense of compassion and humanity…

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