1. Deptford Says No to Tidemill Academy


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    The Coalition government wants ‘outstanding’ schools to opt-out of the Local Authority and become separate ‘Academies’. The Governing Body of Tidemill School in Frankham Street, Deptford, SE8 is going to decide whether the school should do what the government wants. The new school building will be part of a community facility on Giffin Street, at the heart of Deptford. We think that this is a decision for the whole community – not just Tidemill governors – because it will damage and divide education across Deptford and beyond.

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    • The Kalatricks // Your Shell


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      One very cold and bright day in Deptford Market, South London. Many thanks for the lovely people of Deptford!

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      • The Deptford Project (EXTENDED)


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        The Deptford Project is a cafe that runs out of a 35 tonne 1960's South East Trains carriage. Based in Deptford, south east london its proud to sell organic local grown food. Every 6 months they invite an artist to re-design their carriage, and this time we were there to document the process. This extended version includes interviews with the artist and designers working in the arches. Illustrations by: Higginsonhurst Shot on a Canon 7D and 5D Canon 35mm 1.4 Canon 24mm 1.4 Canon 50mm 1.4 Sigma 35mm 1.5 Sigma 10-20mm Rode Videomic

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        • Albert Newton, Bar Sonic, Deptford 08.03.08


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          Albert Newton are Charles Hayward (drums), Harry Beckett (trumpet), Pat Thomas (keyboards) and John Edwards (double bass) They play amazing experimental improvisational jazz, and if you ever get a chance to see them, you should jump at it. Bar Sonic is lovely but quite dark, particularly around the parts of the stage where the drums and keyboard were, so I had to do rather a lot of fidgeting with the video, and then used the filter that looks like a succession of Blue Note covers. Well, it does to me...

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          • Democracy: Deptford


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            Democracy by the people of Lewisham Borough

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            • The Blue Man. In Memorium - Edward Highwood.


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              Updated 21/07/09. RIP Edward Highwood: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/8162094.stm *** Canon HV20. Redrock M2 with 72mm HD Achro. 50mm 1:1.4 Nikon Lens. Music Cinematic Orchestra. To Build a Home, from Ma Fleur. Exploring possibilities of MB Looks. Added scratches, dust splotches, vignetting, film glare, gate motion, curves and saturation.

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              • Line In The Sand by Kate Tempest


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                Line In The Sand Written and Performed by Kate Tempest Director of Photography - Max Williams Art Director - Tim Gibson 1st AD - Nick Goulden 2nd AD - Suzanne London Sound - Tom Allan 2nd Camera Op - James Harrison Make Up Artist - Sal Alcott 1st Assistant Camera - Max Burton 2nd Assistant Camera - Peter Dayer-Smith Runner - Michael Kinsella-Perks Editor - Joe Roberts Colourist - Alex Berry Producer - Joe Roberts Executive Producers - Apples and Snakes & Keen City Director - Joe Roberts Special Thanks to: George Lane Tom Moody Paul Williams The Birds Nest Pub Chicken Plus Archie Marsh & Ferry Lawrenson Line in the Sand is out now on 'Patterns' Kate Tempest's new book/CD release. available from Kate at gigs or from http://www.katetempest.co.uk or http://www.soundofrum.com/katetempest

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                • Creekside Center


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                  Documentary i did at college

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                  • Turning Pro


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                    Following 'Ferocious' Darryll Williams on his journey towards his first professional boxing match. Set in Double Jab Gym, Deptford, London, and York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, during Dec 2011 and Jan 2012. © Magnus Andersson 2012, all rights reserved. www.magnus-andersson.com

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                    • The Knitting Machine. An installation inspired by Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent.


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                      "It knits us in and it knits us out. It has knitted time, space, pain, death, corruption, despair and all the illusions, - and nothing matters. I'll admit however that to look at the remorseless process is sometimes amusing" Set in the space of the Old Police Station in Deptford, this interactive installation explores the connection between story-telling, terrorism, and knitting. *** Joseph Conrad was a writer obsessed with portraying the reality of experience and putting flickers of sensual impressions into words. 'The creative art of a writer of fiction may be compared to rescue work', he writes to a friend, 'carried out in darkness against cross gusts of wind swaying the action of a great multitude...this snatching of vanishing phases of turbulence out of the native obscurity into a light where the struggling forms may be seen and seized upon'. These snatched fragments of experience are tied together in a story line that makes them more tangible, and yet they remain elusive. It is a thread endlessly tied to itself, not leading anywhere in particular, but creating something like the texture of reality. In his great London novel 'The Secret Agent', this notion a fabricated structure is transposed to the level of society. The intricate network of relationships, public and private, keeps everything in place but once tangled up in it, there is no possibility of escape. The constant rattling of the machine is the tripping device for fantasies of ultimate destruction. But even if there is no way of breaking out in Conrad's vision of society, there is yet the joy of watching the great spectacle. There are no moral ends except the visions, delicious or poignant, that we take part in: 'And the unwearied self-forgetful attention to every phase of the living universe reflected in our consciousness may be our appointed task on this earth.' *** Concept by Annina Lehmann. Thanks to Zoe Wagner, Rina Soloveitchik, Jack Friswell, Jan Stöckele, Jon Warshawsky, James Ross-Harris, John Dunn, Maia Muir Wood, Thomas Moore, Ruth Forgacs, Emma Higham, Britta Lehmann and The Joseph Conrad Society. 25th-26th January 2014

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