- Running time140 minutes
- DirectorMax & Dania, Lynne Ramsay, Mike Leigh, Asif Kapadia
The premiere of four brilliant short films celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games by some of the UK's finest directors. Witness a unique cinematic event as the four films are screened together on Monday 25 June at 6.30, followed by exclusive Q&As with the filmmakers live via satellite from Hackney Picturehouse, London.
THE ODYSSEY by Asif Kapadia.
Hackney-born Kapadia combines epic aerial images with the voices of Londoners to chart the city's turbulent yet inspiring journey from winning the bid in 2005 to the 2012 Olympics.
A RUNNING JUMP by Mike Leigh.
Mike Leigh's hilarious comedy is about all kinds of sport, as well as twins, taxis and dodgy second-hand cars.
SWIMMER by Lynne Ramsay.
A poetic journey following a lone swimmer through Britain's waterways and coastline, with a soundtrack of British music ranging from Delius to The La's.
WHAT IF by Max & Dania.
A celebration of urban youth culture, WHAT IF uses Rudyard Kipling's poem If to tell the story of Joe, who learns some key lessons about life from a guardian angel.
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