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Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future

An exhibition and events programme spanning film, virtual reality, games, TV and sound and celebrating 125 years of diversity and creativity within the College

In January 2020, London College of Communication's Screen School presented Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future – a week of free interactive events, featuring audio-visual live works, presentations, film screenings, VR, games and immersive spaces, panel discussions, practical workshops and performances.

The exhibition featured a photographic celebration of The Cinema Museum by MA Photography graduate Ana Escobar, a collaboration with National Disability Arts Collection & Archive (NDACA) exhibiting film and sound pieces by disabled artists, prints by Tom Eckersley from UAL's Archives and Special Collections Centre, and a small exhibition of objects from the Stanley Kubrick Archive based at London College of Communication.

In addition, London College of Communication was proud to partner with the BAFTA-qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) to launch the Aesthetica Award-Winning Film Tour – an initiative aimed at bringing cinema to the community and encouraging positive engagement with independent film.

Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future

Watch a round-up of the work and events that took place as part of London College of Communication's Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future.

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