After the huge success of its 2010 festival, 33% London is back in its fourth year, celebrating London’s vibrant and diverse new generation of creative practitioners. Conceived, programmed and run by people aged 16- 25, particularly those less likely to work in the arts industry, the festival features theatre, film, dance, visual arts and masterclasses. This year, Rushes Soho Shorts is getting involved!
On Monday the 17th of January, the 33% London Festival is proud to present a night dedicated to showcasing the works of talented young filmmakers, while celebrating the history of filmmaking at the historic Cinema Museum in Kennington.
The Cinema Museum is an utterly unique collection that represents the history of the cinema and the cinema-going experience in this country. It showcases are artefacts that made cinema work – from seats to signs, stills to posters, projectors to promotions, usherette’s uniforms to art deco cinema fittings – from the beginning of cinema to the present time.
Participants in the Festival and their supporters will be treated to all that the museum has to offer including an interactive tour, and an experience of early cinema-going (ushers in costume included!). The night will culminate with the screening of our young filmmakers’ work, in front of industry professionals.
Rushes Soho Shorts is proud to have programmed a selection of shorts from the festival collections, submitted to us by filmmakers from London, under 25. Please come and support both us, and this excellent new film festival.
Monday the 17th of January
THE CINEMA MUSEUM
The Master’s House
2 Dugard Way
London SE11 4TH
Doors Open at 6pm
Screenings Begin at 7:30