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From Co-op to LUX: The Last Decade of the London Film-Makers’ Co-op

November 10 – 17

Established in 1966 by a band of British experimental film artists interested in sharing and supporting each other’s work, the London Film-Makers’ Co-op (LFMC) shared similar concerns with contemporary US-based organizations such as Canyon Cinema in California and the Film-Makers’ Cooperative in New York. This series highlights a selection of short films by LFMC members made in the 1990s, the organization’s last decade, before it incorporated with London Electronic Arts and other independent film organizations such as Circles and London Video Access, to eventually become LUX. Thanks to Charlotte Procter, Matt Carter, and LUX Artists’ Moving Image, London.

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