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FILM4 SUMMER SCREEN PRINTS

Film 4 Somerset House - Summer Screen Prints
* Opening Night Wednesday 29th July 6 – 9.30pm *
30 July – 23 August 2015
Open daily 10.00–18.00 and additionally from 18.30–21.00 to Film4 Summer Screen ticket holders (6–19 August)
West Wing Galleries
Free admission
Your chance to buy limited-edition prints inspired by the films in the Film4 Summer Screen season.
Back for a third year, Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House has commissioned screen-printing aficionado’s Print Club London to curate a series of contemporary screen-printed film posters.
Renowned for curating and dealing screen-printed artworks, as well as its workshops, Print Club London has hand-picked an assortment of artists and styles including Rose Blake, Cassandra Yap, Concepcion Studios and Lucille Clerc, to reflect the veritable variety of films featuring on the big screen.
Open during the day and for each evening event, the Summer Screen Prints exhibition will feature established designers alongside emerging  new talent in the illustrative world’.  Each exhibiting artist will reimagine a poster for one of the films in this season’s line-up, taking particular scenes, quotes, characters or anything else from their selected title as inspiration.
Each of the posters will be part of a limited-edition, signed by the artist and numbered, and exclusively available to buy for £50 from the exhibition at Somerset House.
THIS YEARS ARTISTS AND ILLUSTRATORS along with their FILM TITLES:
Cassandra Yap – True Romance
Concepcion Studios – Roman Holiday
Ben Rider – Aguirre, The Wrath of God
Claudia Borfiga – The Last of the Mohicans
Barry Leonard – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Steve Wilson – An American Werewolf in London
Rose Blake – West Side Story
Ministry of Love – The Second Mother
Rose Stallard – Do the Right Thing
Joe Wilson – Princess Mononoke
Lucille Clerc – Gemma Bovery
Holly Wales – The Graduate
RYCA – Withnail & I
Joe Vass – The Warriors
Peter Strain – Silence of the Lambs
Film4 Summer Screen Prints
‘For a near-perfect London night out, you can’t beat watching a movie in the beautiful courtyard at Somerset House.’ – Time Out