July 17 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
We’ll be screening the playful French new wave film Les Stances à Sophie (1971, 97 minutes). Based on the feminist novel by Christiane Rochefort, the film explores themes of sexual liberation, the bourgeois family and its claustrophobic stranglehold, capitalist greed and its environmental catastrophe, set amongst a backdrop of music, poetry and the existentialist ideas of post-’68 France.
The screening will be followed by a discussion. Drinks and snacks available. £3 low/unwaged, £5 higher waged. Doors open at 7pm.