£7 / £5 concession
This event, programmed by The Otolith Collective featuring Penny Stempel’s seminal film co-directed by Chris Rushton In the National Interest? (1986). This screening is followed by a discussion between Kodwo Eshun, Anjalika Sagar and Penny Stempel.
In the National Interest? looks at those sections of British society excluded from the idea of national interest. The film encompases trade union struggles, racial attacks and criminalisation. It was made with the co-operation of a large number of independent film and video groups, including Derry Film & Video Collective, Sankofa, Faction Films and Women in Sync.
This is part of an ongoing programme in which Iniva investigates radical film practice in association with the Otolith Group and with the support of the Department of Art, Goldsmiths College.
CONCESSIONS: For a concessionary rate (students, over 60s, unemployed) enter the code: Iniva_concession on the Eventbrite page for a discounted rate. NB. please print out your ticket (and present proof of concession) when you arrive at Rivington Place.