Film Club is a social space for watching films from the Lux collection to initiate conversation, collaboration and creative responses.
Film Club explores the uses of experimental film and video in the community context, and is a project developed by artist Amy Feneck in collaboration with LUX and it’s local communities.
All Film Club sessions are free.
Film Club currently runs sessions for young people aged 11-18years in the school holidays, usually taking place at LUX in Waterlow Park, with access to materials and space to screen any finished moving image work.
Film Club has also worked with Fresh Youth Academy/Camden Youth Services at Ingestre Road Community Centre.
If you are a young person, youth service/club, or secondary school interested in joining the Film Club mailing list for young people, please get in touch: [email protected]
Film Club is currently working with the Next Steps programme operating at Highgate Mental Health Hospital, running sessions for staff and patients at the hospital.
- EMBRACING THE RANDOM: 4 April 2023 at LUX, 1:30-4:30pm
- A free video and sound recording workshop exploring the way chance and randomness can be a powerful tool in creating meaning, narrative and experimental film. We will be using phones to make the video so please bring along your phone.
For more information about what is involved in each session, or if you have any questions about Film Club, email: [email protected]
Film Club at Ingestre Road with Fresh Youth Academy
Film Club at LUX