"Man with a Movie Camera" (1929) was voted in a Sight & Sound magazine poll as one of the ten best films, and the greatest documentary. Director Dziga Vertov follows a day in the life of a Soviet city with vignettes of work, industry, birth, marriage, divorce, death & leisure.
The cinematographer and his camera – Mikhail Kaufman, Vertov's real-life younger brother, and film editor Elizaveta Svilova take centre stage.
A breathtaking mosaic of images set to compelling music; despite being almost 100 years old, this is one of the most exhilarating films you will ever see.
Doors open: 6.30pm
Film starts: 7.00pm
Running time: 67 minutes
Ice cream and refreshments available in the bar.
Tickets are £5 and bookable on Eventbrite.