The Outer Edges (Edgeland Edition)
The Outer Edges is a unique long-form collaboration between Karl Hyde (Underworld) and director Kieran Evans (Finisterre, Kelly + Victor).
A seventy-minute film that tracks a peripheral route from north Essex to the Thames, The Outer Edges documents a journey that follows the flow of the River Roding from its source to its conclusion at Barking Creek and along the Thames Gateway to Tilbury.
Stopping off variously at allotments, boxing clubs, Saturday markets and working men's clubs, the film celebrates the vibrant energy and attitudes of the people living and working within London's invisible borders the unmapped boundaries that Hyde crossed each day to record Edgeland, his first solo album.
Drawing on the influences of inspirational psychogeographic films such as Patrick Keiller's Robinson In Space and Andrew Kotting's Gallivant, The Outer Edges is built around a series of stunning visual snapshots that explore the stories and reminiscences of real-life characters met along the journey. Cut to a soundtrack made up of Hyde's tracks reworked specifically for the film, The Outer Edges offers a fascinating insight into lives lived along the edges of London.
Join us for a very special screening of this film Monday, April 29th!
Doors at 8PM
Show at 9PM with a video intro by Karl Hyde
The Downtown Independent Theater (View)
251 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA, CA 90012
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|