screen-social-06-Poster-paper_600pxOur March 7th Screen Social is a mid-week soup of music videos, shorts, animations & experiments, stirred up with live music from Amy Lou Black, a sprinkling of motion graphics studio Art & Graft, a pinch of soundtrack guru DJs The Sound of Film and a generous helping of The mini Marathon Film Quiz.

Also on the menu is Film Freestyle… Just turn up with a Vimeo or YouTube link to your film and we’ll screen it on the night. Food for thought? Come down for a taste and we’ll make sure you leave satisfied.

Featured Artist: Amy Lou Black
Amy is a singer songwriter from South London, who mixes influences of jazz, folk and indie with an incredible vocal talent. As a finalist in the UK Unsigned competition, she performed at the o2 Shepherds Bush Empire. We’re really pleased to welcome Amy to Screen Social.

Featured Studio: Art & Graft
Their name says it all – reflecting the philosophy that underpins everything they do – creative concepts realised through genuine hard work and the painstaking attention to the tiniest of detail.
Art & Graft are a creative animation and live-action studio, creating brilliant work across all forms of moving image. You name it, they do it – promos, commercials, title sequences and short films. We can’t wait to check out their showcase of work on our 4 screen social cinema!

If you’d like to screen your music videos, animations, experiments or shorts at this, or the next Screen Social event, follow this link and fill out the online submission form here.

About Screen Social
Screen Social is a monthly ‘filmusic’ mash-up night at The Book Club, London EC2. Featuring VJs mixing music videos, animation, short films & experiments with movie soundtracks, this is a unique event which pushes back the boundaries between music & film and promises to offer something different from the usual short-film nights or DJ sets.

Hosted by the ‘four-wheel film festival’ Cannes in a Van, Screen Social showcases independent filmmakers next to professional directors & animators, against a backdrop of movie soundtrack tunes. It brings two of the most devisive cultural genres together in one space, creating a live ‘filmusic’ experience.