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How We Used To Live (2013), Film Screening, (Certificate U) followed by Q&A with Saint Etienne, Paul Kelly & Travis Elborough

Friday 20th June 2014 7pm - 9pm 107 Charing Cross Road Chargeable Event

Premiered at the 2013 London Film Festival, How We Used To Live is a portrait of London life today and a glance back at a receding Britain, using colour footage from the 1950s to the 1980s taken from the BFI National Archive. Alluringly impressionistic, poetic and political, this is the most joyful and entertaining offering yet from a unique filmmaking collective of Saint Etienne, Travis Elborough and director Paul Kelly. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers hosted by John Rogers.

Immediately before the screening, at 6pm you can browse the bookshelves to the sounds of Saint Etienne as they DJ their favourite pop tracks in The Old Assembly Hall.

Watch the trailer here


Festival logoVenue: The Auditorium at Foyles Charing Cross Road






This event is part of the Foyles Grand Opening Festival, celebrating our move to 107 Charing Cross Road. See the full event programme, including author talks, workshops, formal department openings and much more.



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