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Review from Camden New Journal by the film editor Dan Carrier 






Hanging Out Then and Now 

    
Photograph © Tuareg Productions 

Akeem Nicol Maull chaired the Q&A discussion at BFI screening. 


Photograph © Tuareg Productions 


Photograph © Tuareg Productions 

Mod  Steve Howard and Rude boy Fred Peters ( Freddie Notes and the Rudies ) hanging out at the BFI screening.





Hanging out – Then and now

Hanging Out – Then and Now

***** 5/5

NFT1 at BFI

London Southbank

London SE1

Wednesday 22nd September 2013  

HANGING OUT – then and now is a 50-minute documentary about youth culture in London during the 1950’s, 60’s and now, directed by Lorna Holder & Yvonne Deutschman and produced by Tuareg Productions Ltd. From flower power fashion to designer brand obsession, from telephone box to mobile phone, from café & club culture to social online networking, experience HANGING OUT witness how music and the club scenes of the 1960s played a vital part in bringing black and white young people together. Watch the Mods and Rockers reveal how the press paid them a fiver to fight on the beaches of Brighton. Hear about Muhammad Ali’s first visit to Brixton and the story of Michael Jackson buying a safari hat that inspired his album OFF THE WALL. 

One thing hasn’t changed-is the passionate energy young people bring to anti-war protests and social changes. Highlights include former MP Tony Benn and Kurt Barling (BBC correspondent) in discussion with young people around the issues of protest.

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If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to live in London in the 1950’s and 1960’s, or wondered how life might have been for new immigrants to London, then ‘Hanging out’ is an enlightening, fascinating documentary to watch.

The documentary shines a light on everyday working and social life of the times. It was interesting to watch the multi-cultural mix of London socialising together on the Black club and live music scene. Best of all were the interviews with key movers and shakers and regular people from the time, including the stories from the bus driver who had so little to do after shifts that he’d regularly watch 10 films a week at his local cinema.

The amusing anecdotes about Michael Jackson and Muhammad Ali were great to hear. So were tales of the rivalry between Mods and Rockers. It may be a film about a different generation, but it is worth the younger generation watching it to get an understanding of life back then, so that they can better appreciate how things are today and how things have moved on, for instance, in terms of access to housing and greater access to a wider range of careers and employment opportunities.

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BFI Southbank screening - Hanging Out - Then and Now

INVITATION --- PRIVATE SCREENING --- HANGING OUT-THEN AND NOW--- IN HD --- BFI SOUTHBANK 

HANGING OUT - then and now is a 50-minute documentary about youth culture in London during the 1950’s, 60’s and now, directed by Lorna Holder & Yvonne Deutschman and produced by Tuareg Productions Ltd. From flower power fashion to designer brand obsession, from telephone box to mobile phone, from café & club culture to social online networking, experience HANGING OUT witness how music and the club scenes of the 1960s played a vital part in bringing black and white young people together. Watch the Mods and Rockers reveal how the press paid them a fiver to fight on the beaches of Brighton. Hear about Muhammad Ali’s first visit to Brixton and the story of Michael Jackson buying a safari hat that inspired his album OFF THE WALL. 
One thing hasn’t changed-is the passionate energy young people bring to anti-war protests and social changes. Highlights include former MP Tony Benn and Kurt Barling (BBC correspondent) in discussion with young people around the issues of protest.
…A fantastic watch especially for young people in sixth form and university ….

View HANGING OUT trailer:
hanging Out trailer
Private Screening: Hanging Out- then and now documentary:
Date: Wednesday 22 May
Time: 2.30pm
Venue: NFT1
Address: BFI SOUTHBANK, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XT
For bookings:
T: 020 7692 2711
E:press@tuaregproductions.com
W: www.hangingout.org.uk 

The Hanging Out project, by Full Spectrum Productions was funded by The Heritage Fund and in partnership with the British Film Institute, Museum of London, Victoria & Albert Museum and Imperial War Museum.




IBW Film festival 2013
IBW (Images of Black Women) Film Festival will take place 3rd May to 11th May. We are very proud to be back with a bigger festival, spread across 5 London venues, plus an Art exhibition with a focus on women’s experience and representation in film and art.

Full Press- Release - http://tinyurl.com/coxf8xs
Online Programme -www.imagesofblackwomen.com/2013/programme.html
pdf Programme - tiny.cc/yp7bvw

*To mark its 9th anniversary IBW Film Festival will host a 9-day festival, instead of its usual 3 days. To deliver this year’s rich programme the festival is co-presented by the Tricycle Cinema, Ciné Lumière, the Africa Centre, Peckham Plex and the BFI Southbank.

*Festivities will start at the Tricycle Cinema with the UK premiere of MIDDLE OF NOWHERE (USA) starring British Actor David Oyelowo & winner of Sundance Best Director 2012 for Ava DuVernay, the first black female recipient of this prestigious award.

*Another must see US film is PARIAH by Dee Rees produced by Spike Lee. Its leading actress Adepero Oduye was praised by Meryl Streep, during her acceptance speech for Best Actress at the Golden Globe 2012 for her performance in Pariah as a young teenager affirming her sexual identity.

*Finally IBW is expanding its vision by adding a free Art exhibition FEMININE EXPRESSIONS & REPRESENTATION that provides a platform for female artists to express their creativity. The exhibition will showcase selected photographs and paintings from Fiona Campton, Shay Crozier and Frederique Rapier.
 

Saturday 4th May 2013

Exploring Youth Culture : 2pm - 4pm

Hanging Out Youth Culture Then & Now

Directed by: Lorna Holder & Yvonne Deutschman - 50min, UK 2012 - PG
Dive into 1950s and 1960s London's diverse youth culture richly illustrated with archive film, photographs and iconic posters. This documentary explores it all and draws parallels with youth culture today. Followed by: Panel discussion.



Hanging Out Documentary

View the trailer for 'Hanging Out: Youth culture then and now' below:
Tuareg Productions has produced the 50-minute documentary "Hanging Out: Youth Culture then and now", exploring the cultural diversity of youth culture in the 1950s and 1960s in London and drawing parallels with youth culture today. The film features footage taken from all of the Hanging Out Project's previous Oral History events and volunteer Workshops, focusing on the project's sub-themes of fashion, music, sport, film and entertainment. 
Directed by Lorna Holder & Yvonne Deutschman and produced by Tuareg Productions Ltd.






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