Artprojx at Prince Charles Cinema

7 Leicester Place, London WC2

Tickets £8 (£5 concessions, PCC members, artists, students, curators. NB no concs for 1 June event)

Box Office: 0870 811 2559

(open for telephone bookings 1.30-8.30pm or in person)

Doors open at 12.45 for each lunchtime screening.

Book in advance will make it quicker for you.

Artprojx Matinee Presentations are in association with Shooting People

Shooting People, the world’s largest network of independent filmmakers, are proud supporters of Artprojx. Shooting People’s 36,000+ members share tips, recommendations and news, and cast their films using the nine Shooting People daily bulletins. Over 300 films are cast and crewed each week using the services. The site maintains the UK Independent Film Calendar, hosts lots of interviews and free filmmaking resources, and members-only special offers.






Monday 30 March 2009

Winterreise by Mariele Neudecker

Monday 27 April 2009
Staged Events

Films by Lynne Marsh & Matt Stokes

Monday 11 May 2009
Artprojx and FLAMIN presents: Ben Rivers, Suki Chan, Susanna Wallin

Monday 18 May 2009
'My Philosophy' a selection of films by David Blandy

Monday 1 June 2009

Monday Motivitality Matinee with L. Vaughan Spencer (Neil Mullarkey)

Live Comedy Performance

Contact: David Gryn at or 07711127848 for more information.


More details:

Monday 30 March 2009

Winterreise by Mariele Neudecker

(see the page on this website)

Monday 27 April 2009

Staged Events
Films by Lynne Marsh & Matt Stokes

'Staged Events' is a screening of four films by artists Lynne Marsh and Matt Stokes, illustrating the similarities and differences between their approaches. Each of the films presented have been developed from carefully choreographed situations or unpredictable events the artists set-up in response to particular contexts and locations.


Long After Tonight (2005) Matt Stokes
Original: Single-channel, Super 16mm film and audio transferred to Digibeta/DVD
Duration: 6’45”

Camera Opera (2008) Lynne Marsh
Original: Two-channel, video and audio synced DVDs
Duration: 11’50”

Stadium (2008) Lynne Marsh
Original Single-channel, HD video and audio (this screening transferred to DVD)
Duration: 10’54”

these are the days (2008) Matt Stokes
Original: Two-channel, Super 16mm and audio transferred to synced hard-drives
Duration: 6’26”



Monday 11 May 2009
Artprojx and FLAMIN presents…

Recent works by Ben Rivers, Suki Chan, Susanna Wallin supported throughFLAMIN production schemes:

Ben Rivers: Ah, Liberty! 2008

19’ (Winner Tiger Award Best Short Film – International Film Festival Rotterdam 2008)

Suki Chan: Interval II (single screen version) 2008

18’ 26”

Susanna Wallin: Marker 2008

11’ 46”

FLAMIN Productions, a new development and production scheme, invites applications from artist film-makers for new, ambitious moving image works. FLAMIN will invest production finance of £20-50,000 per production into two to five new works in 2009. Deadline for applications is 21st May. Supported by Film London and Arts Council England.


Monday 18 May 2009
'My Philosophy' a selection of films by David Blandy

"So, you're a philosopher?
Yes, I think very deeply... (repeat and scratch)"
Excerpt from "My Philosophy", Boogie Down Productions, Jive/RCA 1988

For "My Philosophy" David Blandy is bringing together a selection of
his works from the past 8 years which explore the possiblility of
finding ways to live your life in popular culture. Where do you find
ideas to believe in if organised religion and philosophy seem
irrelevent, if popular culture is the only authorititive voice you
have access to? And with the commodity-centred nature of popular
culture, can an individual's relationship with it ever be

Blandy seeks answers to life's questions from Ben E. King, Bruce Lee,
KRS-One and David Carradine. The program will include "Samurai
Story" (2008), in which Blandy tries to live by the code of the
Samurai (as outlined in the Hagakure) in a Japanese garden in
Cheshire, which features a soundtrack specifically written for it by
English Dub legend Manasseh.


Monday 1 June 2009
L. Vaughan Spencer (Neil Mullarkey) - Live Comedy Performance

Monday Motivitality Matinee

Want to know about L. Vaughan Spencer, Neil Mullarkey's award-winning alter ego? Watch this

Read: Don't Be Needy Be Succeedy - The A to Zee of Motivitality by L. Vaughan Spencer

"L-Vo is to life coaching what Alan Partridge is to broadcasting" METRO

"Superb pastiche of self-help gurus. It's Borat meets The Office." SUNDAY TIMES

"Mullarkey's monstrous monologue is a side-splitting send-up of motivational gobbledygook, twisting language until the laughs cascade. Eerily life-enhancing comedy." EVENING STANDARD