DIGITAL MATINEES are free screenings on Tuesday afternoons of classic films chosen by the community. The screenings are fortnightly at 2.30pm at Tate South Lambeth Library and will run until February 2015:
9th December 2014 – A KID FOR TWO FARTHINGS (1955)
6th January 2015 – a mystery film!
20th January – THE THIRTY NINE STEPS (1935)
3rd February – ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (1939)
17th February – BRIEF ENCOUNTER (1945)
One of our previous events was COME AND SEE! on TUESDAY 18th JUNE 2013 – a free public exhibition showcasing some of the most exciting digital technologies for visual impairment and dyslexia.
In November 2011 we worked with the Design Interactions Department at The Royal College of art on the intriguing DESIGN PHILANTHROPY project, which was presented at Tate South Lambeth Library.
Previous films have included WE ARE POETS the story of a talented group of young poets in Leeds, UTOPIA LONDON, a fascinating insight into modernist architecture; two shorts from Brazil, VISITA INTIMA and ANELLO (there is a large Brazilian/Portuguese community in Lambeth) and BONNINGTON SQUARE, which tells the history of the famous ‘hippy’ enclave created by squatters in the 1980s and now one of the most desirable addresses in Vauxhall.