Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Time for another visit to the Beautiful South

Our quarterly showcase for South London's film-making talent run in conjunction with BFI Southbank and Live! Magazine returns on May 8th, for an evening of screenings, networking and discussion. There will again be two strands: the first at 5:30 is a showcase for the various excellent training schemes in the borough; and the second at 7:30 features works selected from open submission.

Inspired by various BFI programmes this month, May’s theme for the open strand is ‘Little Britain’ exploring notions of home and identity, both national and local.

Submissions must be received with a self addressed stamped envelope and a completed application form by April 23rd, addressed to:

Beautiful South
c/o Paul Green,
The Hayward, Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road,
London, SE1 8XZ.

We can accept DVD (mpeg), DV, or 16mm only. Preference will be given to films which reflect the current theme, and all successful applicants will be notified by May 1st. For further information, or to request an application form, please email us at beautifulsouth@bfi.org.uk

Thursday, March 01, 2007

. [ dot ] party at the Hayward

Doors Open 6.00pm

6. 15 - 7.00 Film Showcase
A selection of films made by Lambeth residents as part of Digital Dialogues

7.00 DJ Nick Luscombe
Eclectic sounds from the Resonance FM DJ

8.00 Barby Asante and the Funk Chorus
Are you ready to funk?

8.20 DJ Nick Luscombe

9.30 Magic 8
Indie-pop magic

10.00 Addictive TV
An audio-visual breakbeat mash up


Get your photo taken by Ben Johnson in the Hayward Photostudio (6pm - 9pm)

Get it off your chest with Talkaoke (7pm - 8pm and 8.30pm - 10.30pm)

Visit the Existential Computing showcase in Dan Graham's Waterloo Sunset Pavilion

Visuals by Neasden Control Centre and Robin Tarbet

Plus films and images from Digital Dialogues workshops

Monday, February 19, 2007

This event is SOLD OUT, however, there may be some returns available for the Magic 8 and Addictive TV performances.
Any returns will be made available on the door of the Hayward at 9.00pm - 9.30pm
Last entrance to this event is at 10.00pm

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Digital Dialogues

Saturday 3 March 2007
The Hayward, 6pm - 12am with last entry at 10pm

A stream of visual and aural sensations to feed your drive for digital:
films and art made by Lambeth residents as part of Digital Dialogues (6pm - 8pm)

Plus an audiovisual-breakbeat performance from Addictive TV, who were twice voted the world's number one VJs by DJ Mag, deep club and Resonance FM DJ Nick Luscombe, interventions by artists Miltos Manetas and Robin Tarbet, a digital portrait studio, Barby Asante and the Funk Chorus, indie pop band Magic 8 and artwork by Neasden Control Centre and Black Convoy. Plus a chance to get it all off your chest with the Talkaoke

For news on projects at The Hayward visit www.haywardprojects.blogspot.com

FREE entry but booking essential.
Lambeth residents can book by email: seethrough@southbankcentre.co.uk.
Box Office for non-Lambeth residents: 0871 663 2500, www.southbankcentre.co.uk or in person at the Southbank Centre.
A fee of £1.50/£2 applies to telephone/website transactions.

.[ dot ] party is part of Digital Dialogues, an education programme supported by Lambeth Education Business Partnership's Digital Inclusion Programme, and 100 ideas, a festival of ideas and debate at Southbank Centre

Friday, February 09, 2007

Gettin' Down Just For the Funk Of It

We’ve Got the Funk

Join the funk chorus at the Hayward.
Over two Sunday sessions you will rehearse a number of funk classics including One Nation Under A Groove ready to perform live at . [ dot ] party at the Hayward on Sat. 3 March at 8pm

Singers of all levels and funkentelechy welcome

Dates: Sunday 18 Feb
Sunday 25 Feb

Time: 4.00pm – 6.00pm

Venue: The Hayward, Southbank Centre, London

FREE : Just bring the funk

To book a place please e-mail seethrough@southbankcentre.co.uk or call Paul on 020 7921 0855 and leave a message

Beautiful South

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