Mascara Film Club


Mascara Film Club is an intermittent artist-run film club, which takes place in a bar in North-East London. We screen artists’ moving image in more convivial contexts, batting our lashes to the rhythm of the unexpected, the seductive, the challenging, the political, the overlooked and the underseen.  

Mascara Film Club is organised by Rufus Rock,  Daisy Smith and Kasia Lukasik.

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Mascara Film Club


Mascara Film Club is an intermittent artist-run film club, which takes place in a bar in North-East London. We screen artists’ moving image in more convivial contexts, batting our lashes to the rhythm of the unexpected, the seductive, the challenging, the political, the overlooked and the underseen.  

Mascara Film Club is organised by Rufus Rock,  Daisy Smith and Kasia Lukasik.

Say hello ︎︎︎ mascarafilmclub@gmail.com

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︎ 02

Thursday 8 August, 8.30pm
Location: Mascara Bar

Programme:
The Sympathy Machination, Emma Finn, 2019
Falling and Dancing, Nick Granata, 2019
TRUE TO SIZE, part 6: DELUGE, Heather Phillipson, 2015
∆ HS. FS. ZWN-BS. NC. BS., Paul Simon Richards, 2015
Threadbare, Louis Scantlebury, 2019
Person Specification, Reman Sadani, 2017

Image description: Animated GIF of video stills from the screening ‘02’. Video still 1: Digitally drawn cartoon of a small figure standing in front of a large hedge with three pigeons stuck in it. Video still 2: A digital collage of a fish emoji in a real life coral reef with a waterfall pouring out of the fish emoji’s eye. Video still 3: A woman gestures her hands to her sides with her palms facing up in front of a green screen. Two smaller image float above her upturned hands: one of herself turned to the side with her arm raised and another image of two white circles on a black background. Video still 4: A man dressed as a snail crawls along the floor in front of a glass block wall.

A false diamond earring, fallen pigeons, waterfalls, snail telegraphy, sock puppets: everything on earth is sopping sponge wet. For its second screening, Mascara Film Club presents a series of shorts that delve into fantastical and logorrheic narratives. Featuring work by artists Emma Finn, Nick Granata, Heather Phillipson, Paul Simon Richards, Louis Scantlebury, and Reman Sadani.