LFMC 50: The Hands Are Also Hers

Wednesday 27 April

BFI London


A ‘celebration of 50 years of the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative continues with this personal selection of artist films. A line linking through temporalities of re-production made of money and nervous tissue, defining access, possibility and history through the imprint of gendered and raced work, and inversions of work. The material conditions of space, and actual space as the condition of any historical memory. And in terms of marking (a) time, debt is a lapsed measure: it rules as extraction, but also it’s communal luxury whose owners are untraceable.’

To The Dairy




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