As the UK's exit from the European Union grows closer, 1000 Londoners are inviting the people of London to join them for ‘Goodbye Europe’ - a unique film screening created specifically for this historic moment in the capital.
‘Goodbye Europe’ is an anthology of new short films which depict the London lives of people from each of the 28 nations in the EU.
It will show parts of the city that you may never have seen - profiling the rich and poor, the young and old, the integrated and the outsiders, from the West End all the way to the ends of the Tube lines.
The documentary will be a journey through the lives of European London, shot in the final months of the UK’s time in the EU.
Included in these 28 micro-documentaries are the stories of;
The films will be edited alongside footage from the 1950s to present day, curated by the archivists from London’s Screen Archives.
Following each screening, 1000 Londoners will offer a panel discussion with filmmakers and contributors.
‘Goodbye Europe’ is the 15th and most ambitious 1000 Londoners Movie Night to date. 1000 Londoners was launched in 2014 to tell the epic social story of our city today through 1000 documentary portraits of Londoners.
If you wish to attend a screening of ‘Goodbye Europe’ at the National Portrait Gallery - Friday Lates 15 March 2019 6.30pm, the Museum of London - Brexit Talks 18 March 6.30pm, Ritzy Cinema 27 March 8.30pm, Curzon Soho 28 March 6.30pm and Hackney Picturehouse 29 March 7pm, click the links for tickets.
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