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America + discussion with Garrett Bradley
Institute of Contemporary Arts

America, dir. Garrett Bradley, USA 2019, 29 min.


Following the screening, Garrett Bradley will be in conversation with curator Karen Alexander and sound designer Trevor Mathison.

Composed entirely of black-and-white images, Garrett Bradley’s America juxtaposes sequences from the recently re-discovered Lime Kiln Club Field Day, thought to be the oldest surviving film featuring African-American actors, with twelve short films centring on marginalised and forgotten figures from African-American history. Originally conceived as a silent film, the sound composition was designed by Trevor Mathison of the seminal Black Audio Film Collective.
With the support of Arts Council England.
 
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09:00 pm
Wed, 01 Apr 2020
Cinema 1

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