Screen Bandita: Ritualised Frequencies
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- Website: www.screenbandita.org/#!rituals
Screen Bandita presents an evening of films, music and visual art exploring rituals, sanctity and the construction of sacred spaces and ideas. Films projected in 16mm format include Maya Deren's Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti, and live accompaniment comes from Tattie Toes, William Bennett (Cut Hands/Whitehouse) and Daniel Padden. It's BYOB, but there's a charge for corkage.
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Reviews & features
Apocalypse archives: Screen Bandita17 Jul 2012
Edinburgh film collective Screen Bandita name the films they'd save at the end of the world
1 Annie Hall (Woody Allen, 1977) ‘Keaton is hip and heartwarming and she’s a Bandita for sure. The lobster scene, the Marshall McLuhan scene, “Jew eat? Not did you eat. Jew eat?” and Allen as a frustrated youngster in Brooklyn lamenting the…