Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Wednesday Filmfest

No fewer than three interesting independent film nights in South London tomorrow night (Wednesday 21st March).

At Cafe Crema (306 New Cross Rd, SE14), Class Acts presents 'Land and Freedom', Ken Loach's film about the Spanish Civil War. £4 entry includes delicious veggie food. 7.30pm for food, 8.00pm for film.

At the new Camberwell Squatted Centre (192 Warham St, off Camberwell New Rd, Camberwell SE5) they're showing The London Nobody Knows' (60mins)A classic walk thru vintage 1967 London with James Mason (on far right of picture). Markets! Cockneys! Caffs!Gor Blimey, Gov! Handsome! 7:30 pm start, donation.

Finally FLIXATION 'returns with an eye riot night of no-budget underground cinema, digital monkey business, art and craft Film, amateur performance and music. Featuring the final installment of the celebrated Paul and the Badger trilogy (Paul Tarrago 2006), suburban sound sculpture in Lure of the Local Lark (Peter and David Sant 2006) and heart wrenching meleodrama in Girl with Cigarette (Gene Splicer 2007)'. At The Miller of Mansfield, 96 Snowsfields, London SE1 3SS(Just round the corner from London Bridge Station). 8pm, membership £4/ £3.

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