Recent screenings

lebensraum | living space

A divine comedy

JUDY FOUR TIMES

  • “SlipStream” curated by James Elsey and Bianca Hlywa // artists streaming in solidarity with refugee week // - June 2020

Where Were You In 1992? - Svetozar in Spring

  • IIPPE 10th Conference - Lille - July 2019

Where Were You In 1992? - Rumours of War

Concrete Heart Land

  • Pirate Cinema Berlin - May 2018
  • “Open Space” - Vienna - December 2016
  • IIPPE 7th Conference - Lisbon - September 2016
  • “Whose London is it Anyway?” - Camden People’s Theatre - London - January 2016
  • Deptford Cinema - London - September 2015
  • Bloc Projects - Sheffield - September 2015
  • “London as Battlefield”, BFI Southbank - London - August 2015
  • “Closed House Weekend: Stop the Blocks” - no.w.here - London - August 2015
  • “Mapping Displacement and Resistance” - Goldsmiths - London - June 2015
  • “LATEWI”, Camberwell College of Art - London - May 2015
  • Crisis Mirror - Copenhagen - May 2015
  • Centre for Contemporary Arts - Glasgow - April 2015
  • Real Estates, Peer Gallery - London - March 2015
  • Aylesbury Estate Occupation - London - March 2015
  • “Documentary Research Forum” - London College of Communication - London - March 2015
  • Queen Mary University - London - January 2015
  • “Cities Methodologies” - UCL, London - October 2014
  • Community Food Growers Network - Papa’s Cafe, London - September 2014
  • “No to MIPIM” meeting organised by Radical Housing Network and UNITE Community - London - September 2014
  • “Contested Cities” Film Festival - Leeds - September 2014
  • “Southwark Notes Regeneration Rip-off” - 56a infoshop, London - July 2014
  • “Reel News: Fighting Gentrification” - The Grosvenor Pub, London - July 2014
  • Nottingham Contemporary - June 2014
  • People’s Republic of Southwark - Pembroke House, London - June 2014
  • Perronet House Tenants & Residents Association - London - June 2014
  • “Cinema6” - Arcadia Missa, London - May 2014
  • “New State” - Liberal Club, Peckham, London - May 2014
  • “Southwark Commons” - Feminist Library, London - March 2014