SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER

EXPLODING CINEMA PRESENTS
DISPOSABLE FILMS

London’s longest running film club presents an evening of Disposable shorts. If the camera on a device was never intended to be used for making a film, if the device itself is deemed ‘disposable’ once it becomes obsolescent, if no one in their right mind would think to tell a story using a flatbed scanner, a USB microscope, a plastic toy, a vehicle reverse camera, a phone on a selfie stick, a webcam, helmet cam or a flip cam, then it will be featured in this exciting night of cutting edge shorts.

Now in its seventh year, Exploding Cinema’s Disposable showcase has become the stuff of legend and controversy. Featuring the 2016 programme from the granddaddy of the strange format, San Francisco’s Disposable Film Festival, the Cinema Museum will be lit up from within by Exploding Cinema’s signature kaleidoscopic psychedelic projections providing a multi-coloured backdrop to this eclectic show.

Exploding Cinema is an open access screening, accepting any and all submissions for this show until September 15th as long as they are under 20 minutes long and were made on a mobile phone or any other non-traditional camera. Get inspired, use your imagination, dig out the nanny cam you found at the car boot sale, the 3D printer of your rich friend or the Nokia in your kitchen drawer and make a short! 

 

THE CINEMA MUSEUM

2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH

 

7pm (Doors 6pm)

£6

ADVANCE TICKETS HERE

 

 

Saturday 5th November 2016 7.00pm

Exploding Cinema @ The Ivy House

40 Stuart Road
Nunhead
London SE15 3BE

A fitting venue for a proudly independent film club such as Exploding Cinema: London’s first co-operatively owned pub. Expect the usual and unusual from our submissions bag: cutting edge independent short films, live music, psychedelic projections plastered over every surface and of course, beer.

Come early and never leave.

Admission only 6
A pleasant twilight stroll from Peckham Rye Overground
or buses 484 or 343.

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