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A Moving Image

A Moving Image
A Moving Image

Film Details

Year

2016

Duration

74 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Drama

Language

English


Synopsis

Nina is a young actress who is returning to her home district of Brixton in London after spending some time living in the eastern part of the city. Upon her arrival, she encounters a place she does not recognise, a community that seems to have been irreversibly changed. Determined to find out how and why this has happened, Nina begins work on an art-film that aims to tackle the issues and resistances surrounding gentrification in the country’s capital. With her best friend and editor Isha also along for the ride, as well as two creatives who have taken a romantic interest in her, Nina begins to realise that she may have played a bigger part in Brixton’s gentrification than she realised. Combining documentary, scripted drama and performance, this experimental but accessible film raises questions about urban change and art as appropriation. 

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