Launching its programme with a screening of Lizzie Borden’s Born in Flames at PeckhamPlex on April 24, neighbourhood cinema Cinema6 is running at London’s Arcadia Missa, April 27 to June 8.
Opening with a suitably politically minded and militant movie in the 1983 cult classic (featuring a brilliant The Red Crayola soundtrack), the future program includes screenings from Screen Shadows Group, a showing and Q&A around Parminder Vir’s Rewriting activist histories: Women at war in Algeria and an artist’s film screening organised by Anna Reading, plus more.
See the Cinema6 website for details. **
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