Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future
London College of Communication's Screen School presented ‘Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future’ – an exhibition and events programme spanning film, virtual reality, games, TV and sound celebrating 125 years of diversity and creativity within the College.
The exhibition included a week of free interactive events, featuring audio-visual live works, presentations, film screenings, VR, games and immersive spaces, panel discussions, practical workshops, performances and more.
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.