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

Light Reading series 10
Babette Mangolte and Fleur van Muiswinkel
September 8th 7-9pm: no.w.here
Sky on Location (1982) attempts to construct a geography of the land from North to South, East to West and season-to-season through colours instead of maps.

Ici et Ailleurs
Here and Elsewhere. Study Group
Free Cinema School II
28 July: FREE: 7pm to 9pm
The Free Cinema School presents a one off evening "study group" based around the seminal ideas and contemporary themes of the film Here and Elsewhere (Godard & Mieville 1976)

on the set of 1979ff
Filming a discussion with the sociologist Asef Bayat on the Iranian revolution
7pm start – 9pm
Tuesday 27th July
£4/£3 students
LIMITED PLACES: this event will take place as a staged public debate with and for the camera. Participants and audience members acknowledge that by attending they may be filmed. As places are limited this event requires pre-booking and confirmation from no.w.here

The Voyage of Nonsuch
Karen Mirza and Ruth Beale
Whitstable Biennale
The Voyage of Nonsuch is a single channel video installation that analyses how film and film archives influence our view of cultural history, social space and everyday life

Essential Cinema: pedagogical film project
La Hora de Los Hornos: The Hour of the Furnaces (1968)
Thursday 24th June 1-5pm. The Small Cinema Hall, Richard Hoggart Building. Goldsmiths College
An opportunity for individuals to shape a discussion reflecting on contemporary means of image-producing practices

Free Cinema School II
At the centre for possible studies
Centre for Possible Studies OPENS at 64 Seymour Street Sunday 30 May 2-8pm
An invitation into a contemporary practice based experiment in film pedagogy.

Light Reading series 10
Helga Fanderl
Wednesday 26 May 2010, 7pm Tickets £5/ £4 prebooked (£3 members and students)
Filmmaker and writer Nicky Hamlyn will be in conversation with Helga Fanderl, who will show a programme of Super 8 films in which various kinds of motion; mechanical, human and natural, as well as hybrids of these, prompt a variety of approaches, which reflect the precise interaction between pro-filmic movement and camera strategy typical of all her films.

Passing the Rainbow
Sandra Schäfer / Elfe Brandenburger
May 23 7-9pm no.w.here Tickets: £5 door / £4 advance
STUDENTS and no.w.here members £3
The film deals with performative strategies to undermine the rigid gender norms in Afghan society: on the level of cinematographic stagings, in political work and in everyday life.

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