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‘Rush’ at the Space: Reveries of the Disconnected Mind

SEEN has been fortunate enough to see some cracking fringe theatre lately, most recently RUSH written and directed by Tiwalade Ibirogba-Olulode in her directorial debut at the Space. Taking as its theme the anxiety and depression engendered by the digital age and the relentless need for connection that predominates modern life (particularly for young people), …

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This visually stunning film from Gomorrah director Matteo Garrone, boasts many fine performances and unusual images that stay in the mind long after the viewer has left the cinema.

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Architecture on Film: THE BARBICAN CENTRE

This film season has been curated by Justin Jaeckle for the Architecture Foundation and will be hosted by the iconic Barbican Centre from Tuesday 10th May to Thursday 23rd June, 2016. The films will examine how architecture and the city are portrayed in cinema, documentaries and moving image artworks. A dedicated essay will accompany for each film to act as a programme.

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Doc´n Roll Film Festival presents SOUNDS OF LONDON

16 March – 16th June 2016
Venues across London
The capital’s art-house and indie cinemas will feature live Q&As with key characters and filmmakers, in conversation with journalists and current leaders in London’s music scene. SOUNDS OF LONDON will focus on rock, pop, indie – and, as key partners in the GLA’s 2016 Punk.London programme, the city’s most unforgettable musical offspring, punk.