Picturehouse DOCS: Erasing David Screenings

Picturehouse DOCS is a strand of documentary screenings held at Picturehouse cinemas around the country, introducing the best in new and topical documentaries covering issues around the world. Screenings are usually followed by with a Q&A involving experts in the film’s subject area. Past Picturehouse DOCS features have included: Burma VJ, Food, Inc, The Vanishing Of The Bees and Mugabe and the White African. Their next event is this Thursday – see below for details.

Erasing David

Erasing David + Satellite Q&A 29 April 8.30pm

Erasing David is the feature film debut from writer/director David Bond, a fascinating documentary about the meaning of privacy – and the loss of it. The screening at Picturehouses across the country on 29 April will be followed by a live streaming of a panel debate to be held at the Brixton Ritzy. In attendance will be director David Bond and special guests Will Self, Michael Nyman (music composer), Shami Chakrabarti (Head of Liberty) and David Davis MP. For more details see the Picturehouse website but if theres not a screening near you then the film itself will be screening on Channel 4 (More4) on Tuesday 4 May 2010 at 10pm.

The film is showing at
Aberdeen – The Belmont Picturehouse,
Bath – Little Theatre Cinema,
Brighton – Duke Of Yorks,
Cambridge – Cambridge Picturehouse,
Edinburgh – Cameo Picturehouse,
Exeter – Picturehouse,
Henley-On-Thames – Regal Picturehouse,
Islington – Screen on The Green,
Lancaster – The Dukes Cinema,
Liverpool – FACT,
London – Brixton Ritzy Picturehouse,
London – The Lexi Cinema Kensal Rise,
London – Greenwich Picturehouse,
London – Stratford Picturehouse,
London – Notting Hill Gate,
Newcastle – Tyneside Cinema,
Norwich – Cinema City,
Oxford – Phoenix Pitcturehouse,
Prestatyn – The Scala,
Southampton – Harbour Lights Picturehouse,
Stamford – Arts Centre,
Straford-upon-Avon – Stratford Picturehouse,
Winchester – The Screen,
York – Picturehouse

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