Finisterre At The ICA

By Rob Last edited 157 months ago
Finisterre At The ICA
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Tomorrow night sees a special screening of the film Finisterre at the ICA

The 60 minute film by Paul Kelly and Kieran Evans is presented and scored by Saint Etienne and attempts to "identify the dreams that London holds for so many," as well as taking a look at the more concrete, architectural realities of the capital.

Beginning in the suburbs Finisterre tavels into the heart of London over a 24 hour period, taking in a host of places and characters (including the new Piccadilly cafe, and Nick Sanderson from Earl Brutus)

The ICA event (which is followed up with a Q+A with the makers and collaborators) marks the release of a cracking DVD by Plexifilm which is a must-buy for anyone who loves London if only for the accompanying booklet which includes essays by Bob Stanley, Michael Bracewell, Ken Livingstone, Pete Paphides, Sukhdev Sandhu and Gail O'Hara.

Last Updated 01 August 2005