november
KEEP AND EYE ON THIS EVENTS CALENDAR AS IT WILL BE CHANGING BY THE DAY!
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 volcano!
SATURDAY
18th Nov
OMSK
8.30pm - 1.30am
Arch 12a, Gales Road
off Bethnal Green Road
Bethnal Green Tube
MONDAY
20th Nov

My Eyes, My Eyes - presents centralondoncinederive

dervive


global square, 15 golden square, w1 (piccadilly circus tube)
6.00 meet outside for derive 8.00 back to the café for filmshow
featuring 'Berlin Skinhead Rout' Inventory 'Brain Sugeon' Maria Andrews and more!

THURSDAY
23rd Nov

CINFERNO !!
The Mansion House, Kennington Park Road, London SE11 @ 7.30pm.

woolbaby

Why has 90 million pounds of Lottery money been spent on films nobody wants ? Is Art the cargo cult of the bourgoisie ? Whatever happened to Independent Film ? Is Microcinema just another yankee power scam ? Are these burning issues of the NO BUDGET UNDERGROUND CINEMA SCENE keeping you up nights ? Come and shoot the breeze at the annual Volcano festival deabate ! This year featuring a presentation by the bare foot executive Duncan Reekie entitled ‘Revolutionary Pop Craft Forever ’. All are welcome. This year extra coherent with alcohol.

FRIDAY
24th Nov

EXPLODING CINEMA
critter
Hatcham Liberal Club
, 369 Queens Road, New Cross SE14 nearest tube New Cross Gate.
More short films and videos from the ever growing pond of no budget film makers here and abroad.

FRIDAY
24th Nov

The Halloween Society presents CRIME STORIES:
@ the Battersea Arts Centre call Halloween 0207 833 1009 for further info

roadies

Following on from last year's 'Gangster' themed short night (where Guy Ritchie's first short was screened), it's pretty clear that UK film-makers are still on a roll with the whole crime genre, with new Brit-gangster flicks being released virtually every week into the multiplexes. Halloween looks at the continuing trend with short film-makers, although this time we stay away from organised crime for something more personal: A lonely woman pining for a child in 'Stolen Baby', love blossoming at the crime scene in both 'Napkin' and 'The Truth Is', how to get a free takeaway curry in 'Bad Korma', and trying to pull a skam to break from a dead end job in 'The Flick'. Plus 'Going Down' starring model Siena Guillory and 'Coronation Street' regular Lee Boardman as a single mother on a crime spree! films on the night (not in screening order):

GOING DOWN (Tom Shankland)
BLOWING WEDGE (Adrian Warren)
BICYCLE THIEF (Mathew Noel-Tod)
BAD KORMA (Anne Bailey)
STOLEN BABY (Faye Gilbert)
BRILLIANT STUDENT (Ben Gregor)
HOP SQUAD (Layla Atkinson)
THE TRUTH IS (Lance Brinded)
THE FLICK (Chris Ketchell)

The event will be compered by Timothy Of London, plus his band will entertain you with their laid-back lounge sounds. Resident DJ James Anderson will play some chilled beats.

SATURDAY
25th Nov

KIOSK

minihugh

Mansion House Pub
, Kennington Park Road, SE11. Opposite Kennington tube station. 8pm - 'til late
Unsually lazy mix of short films, performance, games and teeeeuuuunnnes! from mc Munners, Mizz Flixy, Nicole Pupper and Ray Beam. Test yer wit in the film quizz and win extraordinary prizes...

SUNDAY
26th Nov

MALDOROR
Another chance to see "..the last film ever made".

7.30pm
Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton Road, Shoreditch, London N1
Admission: £5.00
Here's what the critics say:

"...this is true underground cinema." Fortean Times

"...a wild and bewildering affront to common civilised cinema." Time Out

"Turned into stone one sits as the credits roll, tortured on the rack of images." Kiel Nachrichten

sleeper scratch modern

Keep your eye on this site for the next screening or check out the web site:

http://bak.spc.org/maldoror