Attending this event

Rachel Garfield

Rachel Garfield is an artist who works in video. She also writes on contemporary and Modern art. Garfield is Associate Professor in Fine Art at the University of Reading. Some of her recent exhibitions include Unsensed, group show at the Hatton gallery Newcastle (2015), London Short Film Festival (2013), ICA London, Solo show Beaconsfield London (2012).

Selected relevant texts are, Screen Journal Dossier: Stephen Dwoskin, Vol. 57, Issue 1, Spring 2016 (co-editor with Alison Butler); “Parallel editing, Multi Positionality and Maximalism: cosmopolitan effects as explored in some works by Melanie Jackson and Vivienne Dick”, Open Art Journal, inaugural edition 2013; Rachel Garfield, , ‘Playing with History: Negotiating Subjectivity in Contemporary Lens Based Art” Routledge Handbook for Contemporary Jewish Cultures, eds., Nadia Valman, Laurence Roth, Routledge, 2014. Garfield is under contract to IB Taurus for the single authored book, AV Punk: women, experimental film and a punk aesthetic, 2017.

Films screening at this event

The Small World of Sammy Lee

Director
Ken Hughes
Cast
Anthony Newley, Robert Stephens, Wilfrid Brambell
Country
UK
Year
1963
Duration
104 min

The Small World of Sammy Lee is the dark, funny and thoroughly brilliant 1963 British-Jewish crime thriller directed by Ken Hughes and starring Anthony Newley, Julia Foster, Robert Stephens and Warren Mitchell. A Jewish peep-show compere races to escape the vicious debt collectors who chase him across the seedy underworld of London and the Jewish East End in this gritty and engrossing 1960s film-noir gem. With a stunning jazz sound track from Kenny Graham.