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The Art of Industry
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Xiong Di (Fellas), Ribes and Martinez, 2016, Spain, 6 min, Mandarin with English subtitles


Inspired by the artistry of Bert Haanstra’s Oscar-winning 1958 Dutch short Glas and taking up the discussion of representation from recent feature documentaries A Northern Soul and Sound It Out, this non-fiction programme looks to the humanity of industry, asking questions of class identity and documentary’s legacy of ‘poverty porn’. Seeking to capture the current realities of post-industrial regions and excavate past truths of industry in motion, we will follow with an open discussion, inviting dialogue around the need for authentic and positive representations of industrial and working class communities on screen. Programmed by Jen Corcoran. 51 min

Programme:

Bert Haanstra, Glas, 1958, Netherlands, 10 min

Amber Films, Six to Midnight, 1974, UK, 17 min

Jesse Epstein, 34 × 25 × 36, 2008, US, 7 min

Ribes and Martinez, Xiong Di (Fellas), 2016, Spain, 6 min

Andrea Morningstar, Dinner With Ms. Chris, 2015, US, 3 min

Nathan Glendinning, The Boneyard, 2018, UK, 2 min

Chris Thomas, Land of Steel, 2018, UK, 2 min

Lucy Bridger, Soft Serve, 2015, UK, 4 min
 
03:00 pm
Sat, 12 Jan 2019
Cinema 1

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