La Haine & Asian Dub Foundation Live

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This Sat 5 May (the day before the French election’s second ballot, by the way) at the Trianon an exceptional cinematic show will take place with a screening of Mathieu Kassovitz’s now cult and still relevant 1995 film “La Haine” about life in the banlieues of Paris, accompanied by a live score from the Asian Dub Foundation, plus other special guests. The event is organised by UK outfit The Other Cinema, who are striving to bring back a sense of community, passion and shared experience to cinema, far from the red carpet at Cannes. “Set up your own cinema wherever you are” is their gently revolutionary motto, and they are behind a growing network of pop-up cinemas, bringing people together through the universal medium of film, inviting audiences to share stories, ideas and culture from the films they screen as well as the places they are from. Get your tickets here, and Gogo has a couple of tickets to give away via Twitter.
Sat 5 May, 7.30pm.
Trianon, 80 bd de Rochechouart, 18th. M° Anvers.

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