The intellectually rigorous + sardonically funny work of Chris Kraus to feature in the ‘Cruelty and Crime’ screening at ICA, Jan 18

, 17 January 2018
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London Short Film Festival in association with MUBI presents screening of Chris Kraus: Cruelty and Crime at London’s ICA on January 18. 

The screening will feature eight short films and one feature made by the writer between 1982 and 1995, which move between genres, fusing cinematic styles of documentary, fiction and essay film, as well as performance art to create “a body of work that is as intellectually rigorous as it is sardonically funny.”

The event will be followed by a discussion with Afterall writer and editor David Morris, filmmaker Ruth Novakzec and writer Joanna Walsh.

Visit the ICA website for details.**

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London Short Film Festival in association with MUBI presents screening of Chris Kraus: Cruelty and Crime at London’s ICA on January 18. 

The screening will feature eight short films and one feature made by the writer between 1982 and 1995, which move between genres, fusing cinematic styles of documentary, fiction and essay film, as well as performance art to create “a body of work that is as intellectually rigorous as it is sardonically funny.”

The event will be followed by a discussion with Afterall writer and editor David Morris, filmmaker Ruth Novakzec and writer Joanna Walsh.

Visit the ICA website for details.**

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London Short Film Festival in association with MUBI presents screening of Chris Kraus: Cruelty and Crime at London’s ICA on January 18. 

The screening will feature eight short films and one feature made by the writer between 1982 and 1995, which move between genres, fusing cinematic styles of documentary, fiction and essay film, as well as performance art to create “a body of work that is as intellectually rigorous as it is sardonically funny.”

The event will be followed by a discussion with Afterall writer and editor David Morris, filmmaker Ruth Novakzec and writer Joanna Walsh.

Visit the ICA website for details.**

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