VINYL (1965) Screening: Remembering 1960s British Cinema-going

23 April 2018, 6:30 pm–9:30 pm


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International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Chorlton Mill, Manchester M1 5BY

University College London and the International Anthony Burgess Foundation are delighted to screen Andy Warhol's 1965 version of A Clockwork Orange, VINYL, as part of the UCL/AHRC Remembering 1960s British Cinema-going project. The event will be held at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester on Monday 23 April.

Before the screening, UCL's Dr Patrick Glen will give a short talk on counter-cultural and underground cinema-going in the 1960s. After the film has finished, he will invite those who remember the 1960s to share their reminiscences.

IMDB describes the film as 'Warhol's strange interpretation of A Clockwork Orange. Includes Gerard Malanga dancing to Martha and the Vandellas classic 'Nowhere to Run' and being tortured by professional sadists.' Eagle-eyed viewers will notice an appearance by Edie Sedgwick.

The Remembering 1960s British Cinema-going project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and is dedicated to sharing research which collected memories of almost 1,000 people who 'went to the pictures' half a century ago.

The talk and screening are free, and there is no need to book.