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London Premiere of Monster at Close-Up Film Centre

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Eelyn Lee's latest film Monster will have it's London Premiere at Close-Up Film Centre in Shoreditch at 8pm on Sat 5th March.

Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Monster marks Eelyn's first iteration of her two-year investigation in to improvised filmmaking. Shot during a 5-day Lab at the Barbican with a group of 18 collaborating actors and artists including BAFTA/Palme d’Or winner Anamaria Marinca [4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days], the project was supported by Arts Council England.

Eelyn is currently developing the work through a residency with Metal, an artistic lab on the Thames estuary where she is extending collaboration to local people, collecting stories of fear associated with the river.

Monster is programmed alongside Bill Morrison’s Spark of Being as part of The Modern Prometheus weekend.

After the screening Eelyn will be in conversation with Gareth Evans, Film Curator, Whitechapel.

Book Tickets here.

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