Screening of Drum Room
Date posted: 24.09.2007
On Wednesday 3 October (8.30pm) BFI Southbank will host the London premiere screening of Miranda Pennell’s 2006 LAFVA (London Artists’ Film and Video Awards)-funded Drum Room.
The event is the latest in an ongoing series of Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supported artist screenings at BFI Southbank which have previously included Hannah Collins and Andrew Kötting.
Miranda Pennell’s films and videos have centred on a diverse range of human subjects that include stunt men, adolescent skaters, soldiers and a marching band. The people in these films seem to participate in games whose rules remain hidden from the viewer. Young men and women appear bound together by an uncertain logic, their actions forming ambiguous rituals.
The programme will include You Made Me Love You (2005) and Tattoo (2001), and presents a short live performance by master drummer and legendary improviser, Steve Noble. A discussion between the artist and Helen de Witt, Festivals Producer, BFI will follow the screening.
Please see the full press release for further details and ticket information.
It is also possible to book tickets with the BFI box office.