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Short Heritage Films
Jeremy Deller, So Many Ways To Hurt You, 2012, south london gallery
Jeremy Deller, 'So Many Ways To Hurt You', 2012


Back and Forth is a video and film programme being run at the South London Gallery on Wednesdays 16th, 23th, & 30th January. It will screen a combination of experimental short films, historical documents, and performances, which explore cultural heritage.

In the first week, the gallery will put 19th century heritage into perspective with a focus on theatricality, the melancholy, contemplation, destruction, nostalgia and inventiveness, rebellion, and repetition.

Journey to Avebury, 1971
16mm film directed by Derek Jarman.

Stone Throat, 2011
16mm film directed by Jessica Warboys and shown in HD.

Study For 16mm Film, 2011
16mm silent film directed by Charlotte Moth.

Celebration, 2012
Black & White film directed by Isabelle Cornaro.

Midnight-De-construction, 2003-2010
Directed by Louis Benassi.

Auto Destructive Art – The Activities of G. Metzger, 1963
16mm black & white silent film directed by Harold Liversidge.

The screening start at 7pm and costs £5 to book.

The second week explores issues of identity and the complexity of social relations.

Klipperty Klopp (Tagada), 1984
Black & white film directed by Andrew Kötting.

Running Outburst, 1975
Black & white film directed by Charlemagne Palestine.

This Time Baguette, 2011
Black & white silent film directed by Lijana Jakovlevna Siuchina.

Body Double 3, 1995
Directed by Brice Dellsperger.

So Many Ways To Hurt You, 2012
Directed by Jeremy Deller.

The screening start at 7pm and costs £5 to book.

The third week explores the ambivalence of progress.

The Apse, The Bell and the Antelope, 2005
Directed by Aurélien Froment.

Skytypers, 2007
16mm silent film directed by Marijke van Warmerdam.

Don't Panic, 2005
Directed by Ruth Sacks.

Kamor, 1986
Silent film directed by Roman Signer.

Moon Landing, 1969
Black & white documentary from the NASA archives.

Color Film, 2012
35mm directed by Hector Castells-Matutano.

Rabbit's Moon, 1950-1972
Tintled black & white 35mm film directed by Kenneth Anger.

The screening start at 7pm and costs £5 to book.
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Why? Interesting way to spend an hour
When: 16th, 23rd, & 30th Jan
Phone: 020 7703 6120
Where: South London Gallery
Cost: £5
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