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John Smith: Accident & Chance
Recent video work
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Fri 28th June 2013
£3 / £5
Recent video works by John Smith. Renowned for their formal ingenuity, wit, and oblique storytelling, John Smith's influential films have been widely shown internationally for over 30 years.

Unconscious Archives #8
Pierre Bastien (France) / Karel Doing (Netherlands) / Louise Curham (Australia) & Alison Blunt (UK)
THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE AT CAFE OTO
Wednesday 19th June, 7.30pm (8pm start), £8/£10
Unconscious Archives transverses noise core and vision spectacle bringing together expanded cinema and sonic propositions from London and afar.

Unconscious Archives Salon
(Wo)man with Mirror
TUES 18TH JUNE
Apiary Studios
458 Hackney Rd, London E2 9EG
7pm
A re-enactment of Guy Sherwin's expanded cinema work from 1976, (Wo)man with Mirror (2009. Teaching & Learning Cinema in discussion with Dr Patti Gaal-Holmes & Dr Kim Knowles.

Stop G8 Week of Action
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Wed 12th June 2013, 7pm
Entry via donation
no.w.here and Stop G8 team up for a night of films and discussions around policing in the UK.

Party for Freedom
Oreet Ashery’s Travelling Troupe
Wednesday 5th June, 7pm (performance begins at 7.30pm sharp)
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SOLD OUT
Somewhere between a travelling cinema and theatre troupe, a kiss-a-gram and a takeaway delivery service, London-based artist Oreet Ashery’s Party for Freedom is an itinerant work that combines live performance with moving-image and an original album soundtrack.

Together
An evening exploring collaborative film making
Saturday 1st June, 7pm
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Join us for a night exploring what it means to make a film together with three works made collectively under very different circumstances.

Author(ity)
Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, no.w.here
THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE IN BEIRUT
May 20th-27th 2013, 10am to 5pm
Beirut Art Center
In conjunction with the exhibition Video Vintage, Beirut Art Center has invited Karen Mirza and Brad Butler to lead a workshop around political engagement in film.

Monitor 9
New South Asian Short Films
Wednesday : 24th April
7PM - 9PM, £3 no.w.here members, students, unemployed / £5 otherwise
Monitor 9 is an annual program that screens short films and videos by artists from Canada and internationally. Programmed by Nahed Mansour, Monitor 9 showcases 11 independent films that explore bodies in flow.

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