Film: a Divorce Before Marriage
In 2006, five-piece rock and roll band I Like Trains were the toast of the music industry. They were signed to a major label and playing sold out tours around the world. They had money, momentum and were fulfilling their dreams.
This film documents three years in the lives of the band as, after the loss of their record deal, the five artists navigate a brave new world.
It's a film about the wannabe rockstar finally growing up, a rite-of-passage documentary that will strike a chord with any creative individual battling with the strains of becoming an adult in contemporary Britain.
We are teaming up with two great projects to curate and help run our weekly Chapel Cinema nights.
Rotating between the two each week;
- Doc Duck Goose will be screening the most exciting and stimulating character-based documentary films. The group have an incredible array of films lined up and they endeavour to have a member of the team behind each film to come to each screening for a Q&A. To guarantee this last part, sometimes the film schedule can change last minute, so please email Doc Duck Goose via their Facebook page (link below) if you are interested to find out what the film will be.
- Action On The Side are a local and independent film-making collective who run month long (weekend-based) film making projects, allowing people to build a network of collaborators, share experience and start making films together in London. They will be screening some of their favourite films with an extra special screening of some of their short-films just before.