Mrs. Darling’s Kiss on film – evening screening series
In conjunction with the current exhibition Mrs. Darling’s Kiss, this programme of four screenings reflects the frustrations and lure of desire that are not always conventional in expression. Each screening will be presented by one of the exhibition’s participating artists.
Image: Charles Laughton, The Night of the Hunter, 1955. Courtesy of the British Film Institute. www.bfi.org.uk
Wednesday 13th July, 7.00pm
Running time: 110 min
Nagisa Oshima, Ai no Corrida / In The Realm of the Senses (Censored), 1976 (102 min)
Christine Rabette, Merci!, 2003 (8 min)
* inspired by Kate Davis & David Moore
Wednesday 20th July, 7.00pm
Running time: 85 min
Terence Davies, Distant Voices Still Lives, 1988 (85 min)
* inspired by Kate Rowles
Wednesday 27th July, 7.00pm
Running time: tbc
Surprise selection of films
* inspired by Jonas Grimas
Wednesday 3rd August, 7.00pm
Running time: 93 min
Charles Laughton, The Night of the Hunter, 1955 (93 min)
* inspired by Stephen Chambers and Denise de Cordova
Please note some films are rated 18.
All screenings are FREE and open to the public.
Booking is not essential, but welcomed as spaces are limited: Joanna Foster firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7490 7373