Previously at the ICA - Events
21 Oct 2015
A discursive Q&A, illustrated with award-winning short films. Alex Reuben explores directing in relation to sound, choreogeography and how we perceive cinema.
This masterclass is designed for 16-24-year-olds and will take place from 4-5pm after the screening of Waste Land.
Alex Reuben is an award-winning filmmaker with a background as a DJ and in art and design. He makes movies characterised by dance, politics and music. Routes (Dancing to New Orleans)—a road-movie set during Hurricane Katrina—was selected in the Top 20 Movies of the Decade (Geoff Andrew, BFI/Time Out).
He has been commissioned by ACE, Sadler’s Wells, Channel 4 TV, DanceDigital and the BBC, with awards from the British Council and Jerwood.
Reuben’s films are exhibited by BFI, Picturehouse, Home and Curzon Cinemas.