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Wednesday 5 July, 2017, 7pm for 7.15 start.

Tickets £12, to include a glass of wine.

“Although I’m biased, I very much believe this film evokes the spirit of being young during the sixties. My years. The aim has not been to look back and explain what being young was like then, but to capture the spontaneity of those moments as they unfolded.” Anthony Stern

In his film, Get All That, Ant? film maker Anthony Stern visits his own visual and sound archives and offers an overwhelming cinematic poem about the emergence of an experimental counterculture.

Anthony grew up in Cambridge, along with boyhood friends David Gilmour and Roger “Syd” Barrett. He moved to London in the mid 1960s, working as a photographer for Andrew Loog Oldham’s Immediate record label. As a filmmaker, he worked with Peter Whitehead on several documentaries that captured the rebellious energy of a tumultuous decade, such as the “Swinging London” documentary Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London (1967). All the while, Stern developed his distinct approach to single- frame filming by shooting experimental shorts like the psychedelic cine-poem San Francisco (1968) and the architecture film Serendipity (1971).

Several years ago, Ant was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and started a process of reassessing his life’s work by revisiting his collection of photographs, 16mm film reels and Nagra sound tapes. The result of this process is his personal take on the 1960s, Get All That Ant?

We are delighted to be hosting the first London screening of the film. Sophia Satchell Baeza, who is currently researching 1960's psychedelic cinema, and has been working with Anthony, will introduce the film and Anthony's work, and there will be a panel discussion after the screening with co- editor Andrew Mason, and independent producer Martina Hall. We are also privileged to have Anthony join us.

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Four SLAUGHTERHAUS artists will be showing work at this year's Multiplied Art Fair. Preview and more information here.

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 November 2015

12.00- 6.00pm

Join us for another opportunity to see prints by the four MULTIPLIED artists, Michelle Avison, Sarah Gillett, Sophie Le Bourva and Claire Willberg, plus reasonably priced prints and proofs at Christmas gift friendly prices by SLAUGHTERHAUS studio members. Print editions, printing proofs, drawings, photographs, paintings and artists' books for sale, plus mulled wine and mince pies. Come and browse whilst the kids make a pop up christmas card, and find the perfect present.