Wednesday, 6 January 2010


Starting tomorrow, there's something very special beginning at the Oblong Gallery, London. And that's because Initial Prospect, our down-and-out-in-Dungeness super-8 film poem, will be screening as part of a curated exhibition of artists' cinema. Oblong Screenings runs from the 7th-21st January, with two screenings per day; the first from 12pm-2pm and the second 3pm-5pm, both on a loop.

This sounds like a good one folks - the gallery will become a temporary little cinema, with 20 'first come, first serve seats' where guests will be presented with complimentary popcorn and a drink.

The opening night, tomorrow, will be the only time you can view the films at night, from 7pm-9pm - thanks to Time Out London's First Thursdays collaboration, supported by the Arts Council England.

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