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no.w.here curates many events, platforms for critical discourse and exhibitions

In The Woods
Artists films at the Latitude Festival
12th - 15th July, Latitude Festival, Henham Park, Suffolk. For more information please see http://bigscreen-filmgallery.tumblr.com/ and www.latitudefestival.co.uk
The Big Screen and Film Gallery presents artist’s moving image, experimental film, live expanded cinema, VJs and DJs as part of the Latitude Festival 2012.

the films of Alia Syed
no.w.here £3 for students / unemployed, £4 for non-students 7pm, 10th July
This screening will introduce the work of experimental filmmaker Alia Syed, whose sensual films present the analogue image as a cyclical dynamic and unfolding structure.

Unconscious Archives #5
Sculpture/ Joel Stern/ Roger Beebe / Stephen Cornford / Simon Payne
Tuesday 3rd July
Cafe Oto, 18 - 22 Ashwin street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL
Doors 8pm starts 8:30pm prompt £6/£7
Unconscious Archives transverses noise core and vision spectacle bringing together expanded cinema and sonic propositions from London and afar.

Free Talha Ahsan
no.w.here 4th July 7pm. Free
A powerful documentary film about Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan - followed by poetry written from prison and discussion on 4th July American Independence Day.

The Russian Woods
a Chto Delat? film
Free, 29th June, 7pm
Uk Film Premiere from Chto Delat?: a fairy tail story that reflects the totality of socio-political structure of Russian society, but also think about the possibilities of its transformation.

Il-liberal Cosmopolitanism
Gemma Sharpe
no.w.here, Tuesday 26th june, donations on the door, 7pm.
The event will present a narrative of Gemma's research on Pakistani contemporary art. It will especially focus on how the emergence of art worlds in territories such as Pakistan must inaugurate a revised understanding of political discourses in contemporary art that appear to be universal, but are in fact highly located in the Western European consciousness.

by María Ruido
£3 for students / unemployed, £4 for non-students: June 16th 2012, 7pm
Notes on the generation of post-industrial imaginaries through television. A film in 7 parts about ghosts and monsters, made on, with, against, from, for television.

Space for Reflection
New Films by Nick Collins
7pm, 2nd May, £3 for students, £4 for non-students
This evening’s screening focuses on a number of recent films, most of which have been made in the last few years.

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