FILMSCOPE CIC IS A COMMUNITY INTEREST CINEMA FROM THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT.
OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO PROVIDE THE COMMUNITY OF BRENT ACCESS AND ENGAGEMENT TO FREE LIVE AND DIGITAL FILM SCREENINGS!
WE ARE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT FILM AS AN ARTISTIC MEDIUM, IT'S VAST RICHNESS AND SCOPE TO EMPOWER CHANGE WHILST CREATING A COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY OF FILM ENTHUSIASTS, GIVING OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE, SHARE AND INSPIRE NEW PERSPECTIVES, VOICES AND IDEAS, TO COPE THROUGH FILM.
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YOUR SUPPORT WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED TO CONTINUE TO SHARE AND EXPAND OUR COMMUNITY CINEMA AND INCREASE AWARENESS OF SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH FILM SCREENINGS, FESTIVALS AND SPECIAL EVENTS.
FUTURE MY LOVE
"To challenge economy is to challenge ourselves, which is far harder than to complain about the banking system."
A unique love story challenging our collective and personal utopias in search of freedom.
At the brink of losing the idealistic love of her life, filmmaker Maja Borg takes us on a poetic road trip through the financial collapse, exploring a radically different economic and social model proposed by 95-year-old futurist Jacque Fresco. How much freedom are we prepared to give to the ones we love? And how much responsibility are we ready to take for our society?
Carefully weaving a texture of archive footage, black and white Super 8 film, and colour HD, Borg poignantly depicts the universal struggle between our heads and hearts in times of big change.
Join us in celebrating the work of Joy Batchelor of Halas & Batchelor Cartoons. Born in Watford in 1914, Joy was an animator, director, screenwriter and producer. Together with her husband they established Halas & Batchelor and worked on countless animations during the late 1930's - 1940's and is the UK's longest running animation studio. At the time, Joy was one of only 2 first female directors of an animated feature! Remember the 70's The Jackson 5ive cartoons? Yep, that was Joy & Batchelor!
Based on the classic novel by George Orwell, it retells the story of the farm animals as they battle against humankind for their peaceful survival, to unite their culture, by obeying their policy that animals are created equal.
"All animals are equal...but some are more equal than others."