LUX Book Fair 2023: Print Print Print

17 December, 2023
– 17 December, 2023
Waterlow Park Centre, Dartmouth Park Hill, London N19 7JF
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Join us for our first winter book fair celebrating independent publications, zines, poetry and films, curated by Mine Kaplangı, Anita Wolska-Kaslow and Sun Park.

The afternoon will showcase publisher tables, archive displays, film screenings by independent artists joining us through Open Call, and an open mic for poetry, spoken word, readings, and sound experiments, bringing together contributions from our friends and collaborators.

Our festival, titled ‘Print Print Print’ draws inspiration from artist, filmmaker and writer Lis Rhodes’ contribution to the LUX publication ‘Shoot Shoot Shoot‘ that traces the first decade of the London Film-Makers’ Co-operative (now known as LUX). In her written piece, Rhodes describes the process behind her cameraless film ‘Dresden Dynamo‘ (1971) as ‘print print print – I didn’t fire a shot’.

In honouring Rhodes’ politically-charged filmmaking which deconstructs the cinematic norms, the festival welcomes knowledge production and dissemination through books, films, and everything in between.


Participating publishers:

Maqam Books
Department of Unruly Histories
TAPE x Zodiac Film Club
The Visible Press
MayDay Rooms
Third Text Journal


Participating artists in the screening programme:

Emma Bowen
Mirelle Borra
Elly Clarke
Sofia del Carmen
Sandrine Deumier
Sophia Dias
Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde
Fatemeh Kazemi
Melanie King
Isabelle Farrant
Red Nguyen Hai Yen
Hong Yane Wang
Jooyeon Lee
Yuqing Lin
Mary Martins
Martyna Ratnik
Justin Clifford Rhody
Harmeet Singh Rahal
Radha Patel
Krystle Patel
Rodrigo Faustini
Sana Serkebaeva
Raheela Suleman
Aileen Ye
Yan Wai Yin Winnie


Screening – 12 – 2pm

Open mic – 2:30 – 4pm



We want your films for our book fair screening!

Here are some important details:

  • Your film can be anywhere from 1 minute to 10 minutes long.
  • It can be an old, recent, or even something you’re still working on.
  • The films will be shown at LUX from 12 PM to 4 PM on 17 December 2023.


The deadline to send your films is: 4 December 2023 (NOW CLOSED)

Use this form to share your film



Sign up for an open mic session to share your writings or poems. For people of all experiences and levels!

Use this form to sign up


Contact us at [email protected] for any questions related to the open call and open mic.



  • Getting here:
  • How to get to LUX Visual Story, click here
  • The LUX building is fully wheelchair accessible and there are wheelchair accessible toilet facilities.
  • Scent-free environment: We ask visitors to not wear perfume or perfumed products to help us keep our space scent free. 
  • Auditory/Visual Access: We have hearing loops in the black box, a large print guide and magnifying glasses available in the space.
  • Sensory Access: Please note that the exhibition space is very dark, and the sound/noise volume is adjusted to a higher level. LUX general area is mid-bright and mid-volume environment.
  • Traffic Light Badges: We encourage everyone to wear a traffic light badge indicating the type of interaction they are open to. These badges help us make a space where everyone feels comfortable and respected. They will be available to pick up at the front desk.
  • Quieter Space: The library is set up for relaxation and reading.
  • Support dogs are welcome in our space.
  • Walking canes will be available if you’d like to use them.
  • More access measures to be confirmed

If you have any access needs to attend our events please contact Anita at +44(0)20 3141 2965 or [email protected]


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