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“All this Panic” – Vauxhall Cinema Club

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Starting this May, the Vauxhall Cinema Club will be bringing the world to Vauxhall through a unique pop-up cinema experience.

Bird’s Eye View, whose mission is to celebrate the female contribution to film and The Extraordinary Travelling film Show, a pop-up cinema showing great films in unique places, have come together to launch a unique pop-up film club in Vauxhall. Not only will this bring the ‘big screen’ to an area underserved in terms of a local cinema, but also each screening is to be followed by a lively Q&A with expert speakers hosted by BEV’s Mia Bays, a Vauxhall-based Oscar winning film producer and director of Birds Eye View film charity. Tickets include a complimentary mocktail and there will be cakes and snacks from a local baker and chef – all guaranteed to make the night special.

The Vauxhall Cinema Club, supported by funding from Film London, launch with the following film:

All this Panic

This entertaining feature-length documentary is like the TV series ‘Girls’ but for real. The film takes a close look at the interior lives of a group of teenage girls as they come of age in Brooklyn. Followed by a discussion ‘what would you ask your teenage self?’ hosted by Mia Bays, the Oscar winning producer who is director of Birds Eye View Film.

 

 

To make this event truly special, the screenings will be held at The Workshop, a temporary community and events space in the heart of Lambeth created and managed by regeneration specialist U+I. The 2000sqm space was once the fire engine workshops of the London Fire Brigade and is now home to charities, social and start-up enterprises and artists. It’s a unique part of Vauxhall industrial history.

 

Tickets are £10 in advance, £12 on the door, £5 for locals (+ booking fee) for film and complimentary mocktail.


Address:
The Workshop, 26 Lambeth High Street SE1

Nearest train/tube:
Vauxhall

Event date/time:
18/05/2017 - 19:25 - 23:00


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