The KinoVan is out and about in London

The FilmLondon mobile cinema-on-wheels the KinoVan is taking rare programmes of London archive film across the capital. From early footage taken in 1901 to the neon lights of Piccadilly in the 1980s, silent films, home movies and more.  The FIlm London site has a handy map to see whereto van will be, and you can bring it to your local area or event by emailing screenheritage@filmlondon.org.u, as well as donating your own footage to Film London.  The van is stopping off at the below places over August:

Chiswick Library 
22 August, 11am-3pm, the BBC will be filming this special event

Valentines Mansion & Gardens, Essex
23 August, 3-5pm

British Museum
27 August, 7-8:30pm, BFI LOVE

British Museum 
28 August, 7-8:30pm, BFI LOVE

Valence House Museum 
29 August

Southbank Centre
30 August, 12-8pm, Love Festival Wedding Weekend

 

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