The Treasures of Long Gone John

A film by Gregg Gibbs (2006), running time 95 minutes Monday 13 November Doors 7.30pm UKP7, UKP5 members/concessions London premiere celebrating Long Gone John's birthday. A feature-length documentary that chronicles the eccentric art and musical obsessions of indie record producer Long Gone John who established his own record label, Sympathy for the Record Industry, and compulsively amassed a vast collection of art, pop ephemera and oddities. 'The Treasures of Long Gone John' profiles the work of four artists in John's vast collection: Todd Schorr, Mark Ryden, Camille Rose Garcia and Robert Williams. The film reveals the private world of each artist and their practice, and gives an account of the expanding popularity of the Lowbrow Art movement and its bible, Juxtapoz magazine. A Q and A Session with Director Gregg Gibbs and music journalist and comic artist Edwin Pouncey (AKA Savage Pencil), and a night of music from the Sympathy for the Record Industry's catalogue (DJ Saucerman) will follow the screening. Birthday cake and free goodies from Juxtapoz magazine and Sympathy for the Record Industry label to all. Booking is essential. Please call the Horse Hospital at 020 7833 3644 or send an e-mail to

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