Cinema and Curation
We curate and screen films in unlikely places, encouraging unlikely thoughts. We search for films that speak to our times, in all its filth, beauty and horror
Settling on the screen
Of the crowded movie house,
A white butterfly.
This haiku by Richard Wright allows us to imagine a spectacular space that belongs to the collective, a shared serendipity. Cinema is an imaginarium: precious to the viewer, sacred to a space. We sit in darkness, quietly, for hours; experience fear and anxiety, to share laughter and to cry secretly. Spaces transform, contexts alter with projections. We screen films in unlikely places, encouraging unlikely thoughts, in basements, terraces, kitchens, bars, construction sites. We choose films that speak to our times, in all its filth, beauty and horror. Cinema for us is like a library, asking for silence, letting reel time turn like pages of a book.