Last Chance To See Glen E. Friedman's My Rules Exhibition + Curated Cinema Programme Announced

Monday 12th January, 2015

Thousands of people have already been through the awe inspiring exhibition featuring the work of Glen E. Friedman covering early skate photos from the Dogtown skaters such as Jay Adams and Tony Alva, hardcore/punk bands like Minor Threat and Black Flag and classic hip-hop like Run DMCLL Cool J and Beastie Boys. Don't miss out! This is your last week to check it out before it closes on Sunday!

For the final week of the exhibition we will be holding a special cinema programme of films curated by Glen every night starting tomorrow night at 6pm.

*Please note these screenings are free but operate on a first some first served basis*


Manufacturing Consent (1992)
This film showcases Noam Chomsky, one of America's leading linguists and political dissidents. It also illustrates his message of how government and big media businesses cooperate to produce an effective propaganda machine in order to manipulate the opinions of the United States populous. Travelling with Chomsky through Canada, Japan, Europe and across the USA, the documentary bears witness to a tireless activist informing, challenging, and being confronted by the public and the press.

Tuesday January 13th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE


Why We Fight (2006)
Inspired by Dwight Eisenhower's legendary farewell speech, filmmaker Eugene Jarecki surveys the scorched landscape of a half-century's military adventures, asking how - and telling why - a nation of, by and for the people has become the savings-and-loan of a system whose survival depends on a state of constant war. Why We Fight won the Grand Jury Prize (Documentary) at the Sundance Film Festival. It is an unflinching look at the anatomy of the AMerican War Machine, weaving unforgettable personal stories with commentary by a 'who's who' of military and Washington insiders. Featuring John McCain, Gore Vidal, William Kristol, Chalmers Johnson, Richard Perle and others.

Wednesday January 14th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE


Sleeper (1973)
Drawing on the great tradition of silent comedy, Sleeper is Woody Allen's first film to tame his verbal wit and showcase his emerging skill with visual and physical comedy. Starring Diane Keaton (directed by Allen for the first time), Sleeper is "a bizarre mixture of New York neuroses, splendidly lunatic sight gags, Alice-in-Wonderland illogic, and too-funny-to-be-painful satire!" --Los Angeles Herald-Examiner When cryogenically preserved Miles Monroe (Allen) is awakened 200 years after a hospital mishap, he discovers the future's not so bright: All women are frigid, all men are impotent, and the world is ruled by an evil dictator: a disembodied nose! Pursued by the secret police and recruited by anti-government rebels with a plan to kidnap the dictator's snout before it can be cloned, Miles falls for the beautiful - but untalented - poet Luna (Diane Keaton). But when Miles is captured and reprogrammed by the government to believe he's Miss America, it's up to Luna to save Miles, lead the rebels and cut off the nose...just to spite its face.

Thursday January 15th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE


Cowspiracy (2014)
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today - and investigates why the world's leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean "dead zones," and virtually every other environmental ill. Yet it goes on, almost entirely unchallenged. As Andersen approaches leaders in the environmental movement, he increasingly uncovers what appears to be an intentional refusal to discuss the issue of animal agriculture, while industry whistleblowers and watchdogs warn him of the risks to his freedom and even his life if he dares to persist. As eye-opening as Blackfish and as inspiring as An Inconvenient Truth, this shocking yet humorous documentary reveals the absolutely devastating environmental impact large-scale global sustainability for a growing population.

Friday January 16th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE


Instrument (1998)
A collaboration between filmmaker Jem Cohen and the Washington D.C. band Fugazi, covering the 10 year period of 1987-1996. Far from a traditional documentary, this is a musical document; a portrait of musicians at work. The project mixes sync-sound, 16mm.

Saturday January 17th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE


Winged Migration (2001)
This awe-inspiring, critically acclaimed documentary of migrating birds through 40 countries and every continent 
was captured using planes, gliders, helicopters and balloons, allowing the filmmakers a spectacularly intimate look at their subjects.

Sunday January 18th 
6:00pm in the Fatboy Cinema
14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden

Watch the trailer HERE