We are hosting a series of special preview screenings of Finnish filmmaker Petri Luukkainen's very entertaining and poignant life experiment/documentary film MY STUFF. Petri Luukkainen will be in London especially for the film's release and there will be a Q&A with him after each screening.
Wed 26 Mar, 7.30pm: The Proud Archivist, (2-10 Hertford Rd, London N1 5ET) £5 in advance / £6 on door
Thu 27 Mar, 6.45pm: Imperial Cinema, (Imperial College, Beit Quad, Prince Consort Rd, London SW7 2BB) £5 / £4 Imperial Cinema members
Fri 28 Mar, 6.45pm: The Cinema, (Goldsmiths, University of London, London SE14 6NW) £5 in advance / £6 on door
Tickets are £5 in advance and £6 on the door.
Full info about the film and tickets can be found on our website: www.day-for-night.org/my-stuff
Synopsis: In the midst of an existential crisis following a recent break-up, Luukkainen begins his experiment: he locks away all his possessions in storage, allowing himself to retrieve only one item a day. Naked at midnight on day 1, and using a window ledge for a fridge, Petri has ahead of him 365 days of creative living. Inspired by the wise words of his grandmother and the childlike pragmatism of his young cousin, day by day he re-evaluates each of his belongings. A ‘Finnish-weird’ approach to self-help.
Hope you can make it to one of the events which promise to be enjoyable, funny and thought-provoking evenings of film and chat. See you there!