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Steamy local film: KinoVan at Markfield

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Local film history will be brought to life with a mobile cinema and he steam engine is in action at Markfield Beam Engine this Bank Holiday Monday.

The KinoVan will be on hand showcasing vintage home video clips and the best of our local film history. Sourced from amateur and professional films, the curated film programmes showcase London’s vibrant past through a mix of newsreels, films by local societies and home movies, captured on everything from Super-8 to VHS. The Kino van is part of FilmLondon’s “London: A Bigger Picture”

Steam Day with the KinoVan at Markfield Beam Engine and Museum
25 May 2015
Markfield Beam Engine and Museum, Markfield Road, South Tottenham, London N15 4RB

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Tottenham Takeover V&A

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This Friday evening sees Tottenham taking over the V&A in a celebration of Tottenham’s creative community. The free event will host a range of music, art, design, architecture and more.

An extensive programme features highlights including Tottenham style: resistance, power and pride, a sneak preview of an exhibition developed for Tottenham’s canals while filmmakers show the Tottenham World Film Club animations and delve into the Tottenham Social Archives.

All events are free and places are designated on a first come, first served basis so get there for the start to see as much as possible. Filming and photography will be taking place at this event.

The full line up is:

Theo Void presents Tottenham DJ Consortium

Grand Entrance
18.30 – 21.45
Tugging on the influential threads of London’s...

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Bob Marley at Tottenham film club

Bob Marley takes centre stage* for the latest night organised by the Tottenham World Film Club, even if he has to share the limelight with Banksy.

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Film club’s NO!

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This Saturday Tottenham World Film Club will be screening “NO” (2013) an acclaimed Chilean comic drama

The film explores the 1988 marketing campaign that toppled Augusto Pinochet‘s 15 year rule. The military dictator had been forced to call a plebiscite on extending his presidency. Opposition leaders for the No campaign persuade a brash young advertising executive to spearhead their campaign.

This Oscar-nomina...

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Tottenham Film Club on The Road

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This Saturday, Tottenham World Film Club are screening the documentary The Road: A Story of Life and Death.

The road in question is the A5, connecting Holyhead to Marble Arch and the traditional route of Irish immigrants coming to the capital, and this documentary looks at a handful of very different immigrants who have made London their home.


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Tottenham World Film Club launch

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Tonight sees a screening of the award-winning film My Brother the Devil, followed by a Q & A with its director, Sally El Hosaini. The film centres around the relationship between two brothers, played by previously unknown actors. Although one of the film’s other principles, Saïd Taghmaoui, has had a long career including the recent Conan remake and the French “urban” classic La Haine. Here’s the film’s official trailer:





Sally El Hosaini describes the fi...

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