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Unravel: The longest handpainted film in Britain

Sunday 17 October 12noon – 6pm

‘Unravel’ is an epic project that is linking communities the length and breadth of Britain. A handpainted film, reflecting the 874 miles from John O’Groats to Land’s End, is being created in an inspirational touring workshop. Ultimately ‘Unravel’ aims to produce a sixteen hour film.

People in Dalston and Hackney will get a chance to add their  drawings to the film with pens and paints on Sunday 17 October, when ‘Unravel’ reaches the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden.

The workshop is free and open to everyone, from children to experienced film makers, although children need to be accompanied by an adult. It will run from 12-6pm and you can drop in throughout the day – you don’t need to book.

The day will culminate in a screening of the handpainted film where you can take pride in viewing the work that you have helped create. We can’t promise the popcorn but we will serve some warming soup. So wrap up well and come along and join in this entertaining introduction to film making.

You can find out more about ‘Unravel’ and follow the tour at http://unravelfilm.blogspot.com/

Formed by Maria Anastassiou and Chris Paul Daniels whilst studying at the Royal College of Art, ‘Unravel’ is also comprised of OKO Lab of Leeds (Mark Pickles and Jo Byrne) and, Manchester based, Kelvin Brown. It was the winner of the Deutsche Bank Award for Art at the Royal College of Art 2010.

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