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Stanley Kubrick, A Clockwork Orange, 1971

A Clockwork Orange

3 Sep 2013

A dystopian future London is the playground of a teenage gang leader in Stanley Kubrick’s stylish, controversial take on Anthony Burgess’s novel about violence and free will.

A Clockwork Orange is selected to coincide with Simon Pope’s Memory Marathon, screening on 7 September. Memory Marathon is an 80-minute film of a large-scale participative event in which artist Simon Pope walked a 26 mile marathon route through the five London boroughs that went on to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. During his 26-mile walk Pope passes through several familiar London filming locations, including the Thamesmead Estate, featured in A Clockwork Orange.

Memory Marathon was conceived and produced by Film and Video Umbrella, commissioned by the Olympic Delivery Authority and funded by the London Development Agency and Arts Council England. 

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This screening is part of a weekend of activity which includes In The Zone, a symposium at the White Building on Sunday 8 September which considers how the sports phrase 'in the zone' can be applied to other aspects of contemporary life.

A Clockwork Orange, dir. Stanley Kubrick, UK/USA 1971, 136 mins

All films are 18+ unless otherwise stated. Please note that £3 Tuesday cinema tickets are limited to one per ICA Member.

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