Skin in the Game is a programme of short films curated by Dan Guthrie that examines what it’s like to exist as a person of colour in the UK today. The majority of the films were made by artists aged 16-24 as part of the Channel 4 and Arts Council England Random Acts partnership.
Dan will be leading a discussion after the screening in order to explore some of the recurrent themes of the programme - heritage, family, identity and community - that are pertinent to the black experience. Dan Guthrie is a multi-disciplinary creative and London Short Film Festival Young Programmer, whose works often explore the performance of identities.
Doors open at 7.30pm, films screened from 8-9pm, Q&A from 9pm.
From SVA : £3 for under 25s / £5
Online : £3.50 for under 25s / £6
Paper tickets available from SVA during office hours. We will be checking ID on the door for the under 25 rate.
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On the door tickets: Tickets are available on the door for most our events at SVA. However, to be sure of getting tickets you can buy them in advance from SVA and you will save yourself a bit of money too.