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BFI Southbank

Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XT

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Stranger on the Shore + live score

31
May
2017
Stranger on the Shore + live score

31 May 2017 6:30 pm

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BFI Southbank Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XT



Britain on Film: Coast and Sea

Stranger on the Shore + live score

A cycle of video-poems with soundtrack by Andrew Weatherall, Nina Walsh and Franck Alba.

It’s different by the sea. A bit strange even. Stranger on the Shore is a cycle of video-poems by filmmakers Michael Smith and Maxy Neil Bianco, exploring the dockside desolation of the Thames Estuary, the spooky enchantment of Whitby, and the bohemian eccentricity of Hastings. The films feature an original soundtrack by Andrew Weatherall, Nina Walsh and Franck Alba, who will be performing a musical/spoken word set with Michael especially for the occasion. A rare opportunity to see a unique celebration of the weirdness of the English coast.

See Britain on Film: Coast and Sea Four to Try on BFI Player.


UK 2017

Dir Michael Smith and Maxy Bianco

45min

Digital

Wednesday 31 May 2017 18:30

NFT1


Tickets £15/£12/£10 (BFI Members)



Cost: £15/£12/£1 GBP
Screenings    |    BFI Southbank