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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︎ Going Away.tv

Thursday 12 March 2020, 8pm
Location: Mascara Bar

Programme:
A Commitment, Hazel Brill, 2019
Reflections on a Visit v2, Ollie Dook, 2017
RE-ANIMATED: Arrival, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, 2018
Reality Fragment 160921, April Lin and Jasmine Lin, 2017
Unicorns of Westfield, Louise Ashcroft, 2017
All that glitters is not gold, William Cook, 2019
Benjamin’s Orchid, Wilf Speller, 2019

Image description: Animated GIF of video stills from the screening ‘Going Away.tv’.  Video still 1: Animated CGI Jungle landscape. Video still 2: Man speaks to camera in a balaclava. Video still 3: Cartoon monkey speaks to camera in front of zoo display. Video still 4: Two naked people embrace in a bedroom. Video still 5: A T-shirt with the words ‘Being a Unicorn is Exhausting’ in a shop. Video still 6: Pink orchids in a laboratory.

This month we’re collaborating with Going Away.tv to present a screening of works selected from their online channel, examining how ecology, class and sexuality operate within virtual and digital spaces.

‘Going Away.tv’ is an online platform hosting live streamed artists’ moving image 24/7, combining work from a variety of localities and backgrounds. At once embracing and critiquing the democratic nature of streaming platforms such as ‘Twitch’ and ‘Youtube Live’, ‘Going Away.tv’ will continuously present the work of multiple artists working in moving image and broadcasting, randomised but presented sequentially twenty-four hours a day. On returning visits to ‘Going Away’ you may not see the same work twice.