NEW DATE JUST ADDED!
Exploding Cinema @ Shuffle Festival, Saturday 2nd August
12 noon - 6pm Community Fete
6pm-10pm Films on the theme of 'Life'
10pm-11pm, screen 1, EXPLODING CINEMA
£5 the whole evening, Exploding Cinema FREE!!
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, Southern Grove, London E3 4PX
Come into the light! Exploding Cinema ventures outside this summer for a blast of short film mayhem in a Cemetery as part of the second annual Shuffle Festival. An all day community fete from 12noon - 6pm with performance artists. Then an amazing evening of big screen outdoor film action starting at 6pm Our segment is the 10-11pm 'graveyard slot': Lots of films about family and love and along with our trademark other-worldly visuals projected onto trees, headstones, wraiths and anything else that gets in the way.
Saturday 9 August 2014
11c South Crescent
Star Lane DLR
4pm: Zine-making workshop
7pm-11pm: Film show
A proper Exploding Cinema show in London’s coolest niche: the
unbelievable gem that is Cody Dock, nestled within one of London’s lost pockets of industrial heartland.
The show starts early with a zine-making workshop, and as the sun dips between the gasworks and the semi-submerged geodesic dome we’ll fire up the barbecue and slap on four hours of the latest independent and underground short films on board the River Princess, an actual boat kitted out with screening room, bar and outside pavilion deck.
How do we find these places? Well, sometimes they find us, and now it’s your turn to find us both, only five minutes from the DLR and in another world entirely.
The Disposable Film Festival
The Cinema Museum
Friday 26 September 2014
2, Dugard Way, London SE11
Tube: Elephant and Castle
Doors 6pm, Show starts 7pm
Disposable film special
Exploding Cinema’s yearly Disposable-themed night: a collection of short films all made on disposable media: phones, tablets, flatbed scanners, USB microscopes, vehicle reverse cameras, digital stills cameras, any device not normally used to make movies. Independently made, underground and open-access, these films are the sketchbook of cinema, the medium of the moment, the DNA of film. Featuring the only London screening of the 2014 programme of
Fri 7th November
The Ivy House
40 Stuart Road
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.