A feature-length programme of archive films curated by London’s Screen Archives, Seven Streets, Two Markets and a Wedding is a collection of 10 rare films offering glimpses of lost London from 1930 to 1980. Largely unseen for generations, these snapshots of London life provide a unique insight into the continuities and changes in the capital across the twentieth century.
Viewers will travel from Brent to Southwark via Hackney and Hampstead Heath in this heritage showcase. Highlights include the original Lambeth Walk, dray horses in ’60s Marylebone and an East End parade.
Certificate:U Distributor: Independent Cinema Office
Dir. Various, UK, 2013