Leytonstone Pop-Up Cinema programme of films centred on east London with their director joining us in Q&A.
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER, 12.00, LEYTONSTONE LIBRARY
The Anarchist Rabbi (U) + Q&A with Adam Kossoff
Leytonstone-based film-maker Adam Kossoff’s documentary, narrated by Stephen Berkoff, tells the story of German anarchist Rudolph Rocker’s London years of campaigning with the East End Jewish community.
UK 2014 Dir Adam Kossoff 45 min
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER, 13.15, LEYTONSTONE LIBRARY
What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? (12) + Q&A with director Paul Kelly
Shot during the summer of 2005, this enigmatic film was the second collaboration between Saint Etienne and director Paul Kelly. It follows a young paperboy's adventure across London's last remaining wilderness in the Lea Valley on the eve of the Olympic development.
UK 2005 Dir Paul Kelley 48 min
Please note, this film contains infrequent strong language.
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER, 14.15, LEYTONSTONE LIBRARY
Lenny's Documentary (18*) + Q&A with director Ian Bourn
A one person monologue talking through the script for a planned or imagined documentary. The deliver, Lenny, is obsessed by a bleak vision of his past and present circumstances, but the visual metaphor Leytonstone High Road reccurs as a glimmer of hope.
UK 1978 Dir Ian Bourn 45 min
Please note, this film contains frequent very strong and derogatory language throughout.