The London Underground Film Sessions

DOORS 7:30, £5

Advanced tickets available at:

Tickets will be available on the night.

Curated by Robert Monk and David Sharkey.


7:30pm Deus Ex Machina DJs 8:00pm Shorts 8:20pm Deus Ex Machina DJs 8:30pm One Minute, Volume Four 9:30pm Deus Ex Machina DJs 9:40pm FEATURE: I Think We're Alone Now


Daisy by Sam Milletti - Award-winning childhood tale of lost innocence, cloying suburbia and fairy tale surrealism from talented filmmaker Sam Milletti.

Heavenly Mane by Oscar Oldershaw - A strange sepia tinged world of disaster and romance is the setting for Oscar Oldershaw's wonderfully odd Heavenly Mane.

Superbob by Jon Drever - Bob is a superhero. This is his life. A smart and funny short from Grain Media's producer and director Jon Drever.


One Minute Volume 4 is the fourth in the series of programmes of artists' moving image, curated by artist Kerry Baldry. The programme includes an eclectic range of techniques, media and processes from a wide variety of visual artists across different times and locations. Only one criterion had to be met - all were constrained by a time limited of 60 seconds.

One Minute Volume 4 has already been screened at S1 Artspace in Sheffield, Meinblau in Berlin, C.A.R. - Contemporary Art in Ruhr - Germany, The Big Screens in the UK,The Ukrainian Art Festival in Koktebel, Marseille Project Gallery, The Showroom Cinema - Sheffield, Stew Gallery - Norwich, Plymouth Arts Centre and Kinofest at The National Museum of Contemporary Art, in Bucharest.


Described variously as heartbreakingly eerie and 'where fandom meets mental illness', I Think We're Alone Now explores the lives of two individuals, Jeff and Kelly, who claim to be in love with 80s pop star Tiffany. Disturbing, sad, funny and always painfully honest, this thoughtful documentary presents a picture of two people living with the reality of obsession.


DJs from the east London club night Deus Ex Machina will be playing their signature mix of industrial / wave muzak between films.