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Acts of Remembrance

TweetA one-off screening of Return of the Liberators, which documents an extraordinary road trip that took place in 2015: 96 London Black Cabs, 120 WWII Veterans on a road trip to the Netherlands. This act of remembrance documented by visual … Continue reading

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Film: Tender

Tweet ‘Tender’ is a film I really want to see! Synopsis: Death is the last taboo: a subject we avoid and a process we leave to the tender mercies of the professionals. Not in the seaside town of Port Kembla … Continue reading

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Death and Dying video screening curated by David Lillington

TweetI would like to plug an event happening in London in September at which a colleague of mine, David Lillington, will be screening a film he curated called Death and Dying. It looks like a superb programme so I’m disappointed … Continue reading

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The Price of Death in South Africa

Tweet  If I weren’t living so far away up in Aberdeen I’d be at this film screening and talk by Dr Rebekah Lee,  in History Department at Goldsmiths, in an instant.  I encourage you to go nonetheless as it sounds … Continue reading

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