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FILM PROGRAMME

3 June - 30 July 2017: On the Road


Close-Up presents a two-month programme exploring the road as a state of mind within late 20th Century American and European independent cinema. Featuring films by Ida Lupino, Jean-Luc Godard, Dennis Hopper, Larry Gottheim, Shelley Berde, Monte Hellman, Terrence Malick, Peter Bogdanovich, Wim Wenders, Werner Herzog, Chris Petit, Aki Kaurismäki, Robert Kramer, Sophie Calle & Greg Shephard, Duncan Tucker, James Benning, and Arthur Summereder.
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28 June 2017: Ian Bourn: Self Portraits and Other Fictions

28 June 2017: Ian Bourn: Self Portraits and Other Fictions

Carroll / Fletcher Onscreen presents three video works by Ian Bourn, followed by a reading from his ongoing Placement series – an inter-disciplinary project based on autobiographical texts. Ian Bourn will also be in discussion with Steve Fletcher following the screening.
3 - 30 July 2017: Close-Up on John Cassavetes

3 - 30 July 2017: Close-Up on John Cassavetes

To mark the second anniversary of our cinema we revisit our opening programme, presenting six films by John Cassavetes on 35mm. Often hailed as the father of American independent film, John Cassavetes's maverick approach to filmmaking captured some of the most honest and genuinely moving portrayals of human emotion ever committed to film. 
8 July 2017: Ritual Cuttings

8 July 2017: Ritual Cuttings

A night of Psychick Television Transmissions featuring rare archival films, interviews, music videos, and television programs related to Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth, sourced by the documentary filmmaking team of A Message From The Temple. To be followed by a discussion with TOPY members moderated by filmmakers Jacqueline Castel, Mark Pilkington, and Aldona Watts.
13 July 2017: Gwendolyn Leick: Things as they Were

13 July 2017: Gwendolyn Leick: Things as they Were

Gwendolyn Leick presents a reading from her book Things as they Were: Gertrude Stein, my Grandmother and their Lover, followed by a 16mm screening of Perry Miller Adato’s biographical documentary Gertrude Stein: When This You See, Remember Me.