50 Years of London Filmmakers Co-operative

50 Years of London Filmmakers Co-operative

2016 marks the 50th anniversary of experimental film centre the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative (LFMC, now LUX), which was founded on Charing Cross Road in 1966. To celebrate, throughout 2016 the BFI’s monthly Experimenta strand invites the original programmers of the LFMC Cinema to revisit their programming and reflect on the critical works, artists and debates of their time.

The BFI Shop has handpicked a selection of books and DVDs to complement and extend the year-long celebration of the Co-op in both time and space - here you will find historical accounts of the period, social and aesthetic analysis, artists' monographs, anthologies and DVD collections that represents some of the artists works for home use and to offer a different level of access beyond the unique monthly screenings of rare works at BFI Southbank.

 

Image Credit: London Film-Makers' Co-operative membership card. Courtesy of LUX

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