FRI 29 AUG
Portobello Pop Up Cinema
3 Acklam Road, W10 5TY





Local



6pm – 10.30pm





Day Trip To London

Annabel Herbert, 7 mins
A light hearted look at cultural clashes between Eastern men and Western women.

Encounter
Ashley Horsley, 21 mins
A little girl, a missing cat, an unhappy teenager, a single mum and a tramp.

Nour Festival Of Arts At Leighton House
Carine Mneimney, 4 mins
Daniel Robbins, the senior curator at Leighton House, reflects on the collaboration with Middle Eastern and North African Culture at the RBK&C Nour Festival

Art On Show 
Carine Mneimney, 3 mins
An introduction to the new Art On Loan Programme for local businesses supported by the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

The Life Of Brians
A. Oxley and J. Gaunt, 14 mins
Life, death, and the universe starring 6 randomly selected Brians.

Pastiche
Louis Chan, 15 mins
An aspiring boxer uses his connections with the French upper class to become a fence for a drug dealer.

The Perfect Humans
Tony Auguste, 15 mins
A wryly sly enquiry into the human condition.

Good Night
Muriel d’Ansembourg, 24 mins
Two teenage girls blur the boundaries between innocent play and dangerous seduction.

Every Morning She’d Leave Me
Victoria Bean, 8 mins
The story of an old man who has spent most of his life in Ladbroke Grove. Delightful animation.

Wild West 10: Golborne Stories of Struggle & Resistance.
Digital Works, 34 mins
An area that from the 1950s saw a unique struggle against poverty, greedy landlords, racism and political neglect to a musical backdrop of reggae, punk and carnival. Alan Johnson, made by kids at Bevington School.

Ray “Roughler” Jones
Rachel Seely, 45 mins
A picaresque portrait of a lovable rogue, a recovered alcoholic and a Renaissance bon viveur. Ray “Roughler” Jones: the Prince of Portobello.

Meet Me On The Southbank
Adam Rolston, 70 mins
A love story taking place over one magical year, set entirely on London’s Southbank.





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