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Bradford Young : Cinema Is The Weapon Brighton Screenings



In May 2019 the Scrapyard Cinema in Brighton UK will be screening a selection of artistic shorts s part of Plus One.


Bradford Young : Cinema Is The Weapon will screen on Thursday 23rd May at 7.45pm and Thursday 30th May at 7.45pm


Plus One is a series of community screenings of short artistic films. The screenings take place in a specially built pop up cinema. It's an eclectic selection of shorts and a lot of fun especially as Scrapyard is part of The Warren Festival.


Book tickets here https://bit.ly/2JOeO3s



View the programme for Thursday 23rd May here https://plusone.persona.co/


"In this pivotal film essay, Bradford Young: Cinema Is The Weapon, Corine Dhondee explores the Oscar and Bafta nominated cinematographers earlier works and what meaning they have for him. Central is the outlining of Bradford Young’s location within a lineage of visual artists he always claims as inspirations as well as “echo chambers” who are actively formulating a new black aesthetics." liquidblackness


About the short PACT wrote - "Impressive works by up-and-coming British female filmmakers include Bradford Young: Cinema is the Weapon (dir: Corine Dhondee)." https://bit.ly/2JqVgmf


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