70×70 Finale @ The Barbican

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70×70: a season of 70 films curated by Iain Sinclair to mark his 70th birthday, will end at The Barbican this weekend.

Programme additions include Brian Catling, Susan Stenger, and Chris Petit with Iain Sinclair performing London Orbital.
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June 7, 2pm. Director Iain Sinclair
Introduction with Iain Sinclair, Brian Catling and Susan Stenger. Chaired by Gareth Evans.
They (Dublin) (with Tom Baker). 1964 – world premiere
Ah! Sunflower (Allen Ginsberg in London) (with Robert Klinkert) 1967
Hackney Diary 8mm Films. 1969 – 1975
Maggid Street. 1974
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June 7, 5pm. Talking head Iain Sinclair
Iain Sinclair is joined by Paul Tickell to introduce the second programme.
Vessels of Wrath (AKA Downriver). Directed by Paul Tickell. 1989
Docklands. Directed by Mary Harron (with JG Ballard). 1991
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June 7, 7pm. Iain Sinclair and Chris Petit (part 1)
Iain Sinclair in conversation with fellow writer and filmmaker Chris Petit, introduced by Brian Catling.
The Cardinal & The Corpse. Directed by Chris Petit. 1992
The Falconer. Directed by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair. 1998

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June 8, 2pm. Iain Sinclair and Chris Petit (part 1)
Iain Sinclair in conversation with fellow writer and filmmaker Chris Petit.
London Orbital. Performance by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair.
Asylum. Directed by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair. 2000
Marine Court Rendezvous. Directed by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair. 2008
Berlin Alexanderplatz: 14 Boxes (Ruin Value preview). Directed by Stanley Schtinter. 2014
Iain Sinclair’s 70th birthday footage. Directed by Stanley Schtinter and Susu Laroche. 2013
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June 8, 4.30pm. Iain Sinclair & Andrew Kotting (part 1)
Iain Sinclair in conversation with fellow writer and filmmaker Andrew Kotting.
In The Wake of a Deadad. Directed by Andrew Kotting. 2006
This Our Still Life. Directed by Andrew Kotting. 2011
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June 8, 4.30pm. Iain Sinclair & Andrew Kotting (part 2)
Swandown. Directed by Andrew Kotting. 2012
By Our Selves. (preview from a forthcoming project by Kotting and Sinclair, 2014)

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On 7 and 8 June, The Barbican will host the grand final for the 70×70 celebrations. The events are:

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