|13 Dec 2012|
Doors 7:30pm £5
Passengerfilms presents The End of the World is Nigh: DEEP IMPACT and Geographies of Disaster
With Christmas and the end of the world on the horizon, Passengerfilms presents a night of film and discussion on geographies of disaster. Join us for an evening complete with raucous blockbuster, cult classics, a range of sage experts and, of course, festive mince pies. You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll forget the impending yule-tide doom…
Featuring Deep Impact (1998), plus a screening of the classic Twilight Zone episode Time Enough At Last (1959). With talks from co-curator Stephanie Morrice (RHUL), Emily Candela (Royal College of Art and the Science Museum) and curator Francesca Cavallo on pre-enactment, disaster and aesthetics, and Dr. Camillo Boano (UCL) on post-disaster practice and architecture.”And did we mention the free mince pies?
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