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Home Sweet Home (2012), Enrica Colusso

Home Sweet Home (2012), Enrica Colusso

Elephant & Castle – A Changing Landscape: An Afternoon of Film Screenings

Part of London Festival of Architecture 2015

Sat 6 Jun 2015, 2pm–6pm
Siobhan Davies Studios
£5 / £3 Book

Siobhan Davies Dance hosts an afternoon of film screenings that chart the changing landscape of Elephant & Castle. 

Featuring Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle (2012) by Marcus Coates – part documentary, part performance, part art, part archive – the film explores major transitions in the south London neighbourhood; and Home Sweet Home (2012) by Enrica Colusso. Centred around the now derelict Heygate Estate, Home Sweet Home tells a complex but intimate story of urban and social transformation, and asks: what kind of society are we building?

WATCH the trailer for Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle and Home Sweet Home

Screenings are at the following times:

2.15pm–3.45pm: Home Sweet Home
2.30pm–3.30pm: Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle
4pm–5.30pm:
 Home Sweet Home
4.15pm–5.15pm: Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle

Please note: ticket price covers both screenings. Seating is not allocated so please arrive 15 minutes before the screening to ensure entry.

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