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Walking Cities, Kolkata

Walking Cities celebrates the centenary of Dylan Thomas by creating cultural exchange between poets from Wales and India, on the streets of their local cities. The short film features the contemporary poets Jonathan Edwards, Joe Dunthorne, Tishani Doshi, and Jeet Thyil. This walk took place in Kolkata in January 2015.

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Behind the Scenes at Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair 2015

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair returns to the heart of Shoreditch on Sunday 14th June with a fresh line-up of artists and brand new entertainment including Dog in a Boot Show, Vauxhall Art Car Bonnets and Daylight Cabaret. A mix of established and up-and-coming artists will personally pitch up at the Brick Lane Yard to sell their original and limited edition works of art out of the back of new and vintage Vauxhall cars.

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CUMULUS - Music Documentary for a Digital Age

A music documentary for the digital age, CUMULUS is a snapshot of the life of singer-songwriter and musician Imogen Heap. Focused on a time of incredible creativity and innovation for Imogen, it was created using only digital content and conversations on social media.

Produced and Directed by Christopher Ian Smith 

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Letters Live at Freemasons' Hall, Covent Garden

Music by Tom Odell: 'The Letter' written by Wayne Carson.

LETTERS LIVE at Freemasons' Hall, London was the most ambitious series of events yet, with Benedict Cumberbatch & Louise Brealey in starring roles. Across four nights, each show featured a unique line up of artists reading memorable letters to our sold out audiences.

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2 Degrees Festival 2015 Trailer




2 Degrees Festival asks: What can we do together to create a sustainable future?

International artists present cutting-edge responses to climate change, urging you to act now to build a more positive future.

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