Wednesday, March 30, 2011

This week

Flatpack was predictably awesome and we have photos and blogs to come from this and all of our most recent dates coming as soon as possible.
In the meantime don't miss out on our date at, legendary London late night arts venue and nightclub, Shunt, this friday. We will be running live loops and workshops with two projectors starting at 10pm and finishing with a screening at 12.30. Hope to see you there...
(Facebook event page here)  

Friday, March 25, 2011

This weekend at Brighton and Birmingham

Following straight on from our screening event last night we visit Brighton University today and Birmingham's Flatpack Festival on Saturday and Sunday at the MAC Space
We're really looking forward to these dates as the festival is jammed with some great looking stuff.
Check us and their programme out here:
Thanks again to everyone who made it to the space at 157 Robert Street - especially to the artists who made and screened work within the space. Special thanks to Fernando De Morais Machado who stepped in at the 11th hour to create brilliantly improvised guitar loops and sounds to the vast amounts of film generated in the space. More text and photos to appear after the weekend but in the mean time check out our new friends Passengerfilms great pictures of the night...

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Closing event at 157 Robert Street, Tomorrow at 19.00

Following on from last saturday's well received screening at 157 Robert Street is our closing event tomorrow night (Thursday 24th March) featuring a variety of work by emerging artists and film makers in relation to the space and/or the local community.
We will also be screening the entire results of the footage generated within our three week residency in the pop up shop - hope to see you there...

The closing event of our three week residency at 157 Robert Street (Formerly Walkers Tailors) will see a variety of multi-disciplined artists and designers responding to the space. 

Including works by Unravel, Joanna Byrne, Kirk Simpson, Somang Lee, Alexandros Pissourios and more TBC

Plus more episodes of Claude Frieze-Green's 'The Open Road' suggested by local residents and more from the Oral Histories by Faridha Karim and The Bengali Workers Association.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Screening event at 157 Robert Street - Saturday 19th March

Screening evening at 157 Robert Street with Unravel the longest hand painted film in Britain

A special screening event showcasing the works of members and friends of Unravel - The longest hand painted film in Britain.
Featuring works shot and shown on film by:

Maria Anastassiou
Kelvin Brown
Joanna Byrne
Chris Paul Daniels
Jennifer Nightingale
Mark Pickles
Karolina Razcynski
Claire Thomas
Oral Histories by Faridha Karim and The Bengali Workers Association
and sections from
The Open Road, by Claude-Frieze Green

Event starts at 19.00.

With thanks to Camden Council and lovecamden for the use of the space.

Some pictures from 157 Robert Street, NW1 3RQ

Come and see us any time every wednesday to sunday from 12.00 til 17.00 until the 27th March. Special events include a screening of members and friends of Unravel on the 17th March at 19.00 and a closing event featuring the work of artists responding to the space itself on Thursday 24th March.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Opening event at 157 Robert Street - Friday 11th March 5pm-9pm

Come down to 157 Robert Street,  Camden, NW1 3RQ,  and see what we've done to the space. There will be some drinks and snacks plus the unveiling of our shop unit where you can interact with the film in the space in site specific ways! No sneak peeks until 5pm tomorrow as we're very pleased to be showing you tomorrow and we are in the space for the next three weeks...
See you there!

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Three week, temporary space in Camden...

We've been lucky enough to be granted a three week pop-up unit residency by for a dis-used shop at 157 Robert Street, behind Euston station in Camden which we will be opening on Friday 11th March at 5pm and allowing for drop in sessions every Wednesday - Sunday from 12- 6pm.
We are still working on our full programme of events but keep checking back to find out our screenings and events schedule.
You may have noticed that we like films so if you have a film on super-8 or 16mm that you'd like us to show please contact us at and let us know what you have! Please 'like' us on facebook for our event page too!