Little Joe Screening Programme - Hollywood Babylon
Date: 21 March
The Little Joe Screening Programme is supported by Film London's Community Pilot Fund.
Charting the history of queer cinema across a broad spectrum of film-making, including experimental cinema, television and found footage, there will be a monthly programme of screenings.
This month sees the screening of the BBC Arena Documentary Kenneth Anger's Hollywood Babylon with a chance to explore the museum's archive and discuss how much salacious gossip plays into movie stardom and mythology.
Where: The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way, SE11 4TH
Cost: £7.50, £5 concs.
Booking: Please see venue website
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