Slade School of Fine Art is doing Sex Ed now, with a night of film screenings at their London location on October 6.
The night’s programme comes with five short- and medium-length film screenings, all dealing with sex in some unusual and camp way.
In chronological order there is 1917’s Whatsoever a Man Soweth by Joseph Best, 1940’s Love on Leave by Horace Shephard, 1967’s Her Name was Ellie, His Name was Lyle about a waitress with syphilis by Lothar Wolff, 1972’s Don’t Be Like Brenda about a young pregnant girl with an otherwise fiancéed lover by W. Hugh Baddeley, and 1973’s student-made, pro-condom short ‘Ave You Got a Male Assistant Please Miss?.
See the event page for details. **