From 16-20 March, the Strangelove festival is bringing moving image to spaces throughout Central Saint Martins.
The College invited artist Terry Smith and curator David Gryn to help develop a film and video festival that brought students, staff and the public together. Strangelove will give an insight into the ways film and video are used in disciplines across Central Saint Martins. Events range from the screening of a film essay on the street dogs of Istanbul, to a symposium on the production of fashion films.
Mark Dunhill, Dean of Academic Programmes, was instrumental in bringing the festival together. He says: “I am really delighted that the Strangelove programme will be presenting such a diverse range of content, representing so many different areas of activity across the College. Clear as much time in your diaries as possible, and see as much as you can.”
On Monday 16 March, Foundation students will occupy the Big Yellow Nest in the CSM Street for the duration of the day, showcasing work from across all the course curriculum areas.