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Short films by Sarah Wood + discussion
Institute of Contemporary Arts
December 2022
Dear Rosa, dir. Sarah Wood, UK 2019, 3 min.

Following the screening, Sarah Wood will be in conversation with Catherine Grant, Essay Film Festival.

This programme focuses on Sarah Wood’s concerns with the way counter-cinema can survive as an open space for thought and imagination in a world of isolationism, featuring recent work that has not only taken figures of the left – Rudi Dutschke, Rosa Luxemburg – and imagined them for a new century, but also responds to the archives of twentieth-century filmmakers – Margaret Tait, Stanley Kubrick, Thorold Dickinson, Pier Paulo Pasolini. In the spirit of the early Lumière cinématographe demonstrations, this programme attempts to bring the world into the world, to re-imagine the travelling film show, to model the possibility of a renewed and renewing cinema of ideas in the twenty-first century.

Dear Rosa, dir. Sarah Wood, UK 2019, 3 min.

The Bravest Boat, Sarah Wood & Ali Smith, UK 2019, 10 min.

Memory of the Future, Sarah Wood, UK 2018, 28 min.

The End of the War, Sarah Wood, UK, 2020, video, 20 minutes

With the support of CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership.
08:55 pm
Tue, 31 Mar 2020
Cinema 1
£13 Full, £11 Concs/Green, £7 Blue Members. 

Multibuy offer:
For 3 – 4 screenings: £11 Full, £10 Concs/ Green, £6 Blue Members per screening
For 5 – 6 screenings: £10 Full, £9 Concs/Green, £5 Blue Members per screening

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated, and start with a 10 min. curated selection of trailers.

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