This month Screen Social invites award-winning London-based production company COMPULSORY to take centre stage for an evening of music videos, shorts & more.
There’ll also be an eclectic set from KissFM’s Charlie T as well as a live set from none other than CLOUD BOAT & MY PANDA SHALL FLY, who will be bringing the latest in their electronically fuelled hybrid of downcast Dubstep and melancholy folk.
Be sure to book your tickets now to guarantee entry.
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Wednesday, 11th June 2014.
7pm – 12pm
£4 / £3 online
All proceeds will go to the housing & homelessness charity Shelter.
(Register online and organisers Swhype will donate an extra £1.)
The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH
Doors open at 7pm. Get in early and grab a table or hang back at the bar.
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FEATURED THIS MONTH:
Opening Brace - My Panda Shall Fly // dir. Chris Toumazou
(*Official Selection* SXSW Festival 2014, Austin, Texas // *Official Selection* BBC Music Video Festival 2013 // *Official Selection* NOISEY Best Music Videos 2013)
Build A Life – St. Spirit // dir. Max McCabe
Home & Consonance – Tropics // dir. Chris Toumazou (*UKMVA Nomination Best Alternative Video (Budget) 2013* // *Official Selection* BBC Music Video Festival 2013)
Pencil Pimp – Sepalcure // dir. Thor Brenne
Mirage – Heyerdahl // dir. Thor Brenne
Real Slow – Miami Horror // dir. Victor Pakpour
Atlantis – Postilijonen // dir. Ty Olson
I-D – The Embassy // dir. Ty Olson
Carmine – Cloud Boat // dir. Chris Toumazou
Musicbx – Moody Good // dir. Max McCabe
(*Official Selection* Best Director, Berlin Music Video Awards 2014, Berlin // *Official Selection Krakow Film Festival 2014*)
Ribbon Arms – Ane Trolle // dir. Kevan Funk
SPECIAL PREVIEW SCREENING:
ANGELS // The new acclaimed short film by dir. Ian Pons Jewell
‘Where Music meets Film meets You’
Screen Social is the Music vs Film mashup night featuring VJs mixing music videos, animation, shorts & experiments together with ‘soundtracks of your lives’ on our 4 screens. Bringing two of our most devisive cultural genres together in one space, Screen Social creates a live ‘filmusic’ experience. Check out new films, videos, bands, directors and content you won’t see anywhere else!