It promises to be an entertaining, fun-packed as well as thought provoking event with films tackling self harm, mental health, domestic abuse and living in care as well as animation, comedy, spoken word and a revolutionary music video.
“We’re proud to be supporting Exposure, shedding light on the young people’s amazing creative work and bringing it to a wider adult audience,” enthused Sam Neophytou, co-owner of ArtHouse Crouch End.
“While our films have been watched tens, sometimes hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube, it’s high time they got some bigger ‘exposure’ on the big screen,” added Exposure’s Project Manager and Creative Trainer, Fran O’Connell.
Exposure film night is a free event but places are strictly limited so RSVP via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8883 0260 to secure your seat.
Doors open at 6pm and there will be a selection of free festive finger foods and soft drinks available for guests and young people to enjoy. Arrive early on the night to avoid disappointment.
ArtHouse Crouch End is a dynamic cultural venue mixing the world of film, fine art, live music, discussion groups, theatre, live streaming, workshops, dance, comedy and whatever else that inspires.
Exposure is an award-winning youth communications charity giving young people in north London a voice. Please support us to continue our work. Thank you.