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16-22.10 | SEISMIC OOZE: A SURVEY OF WORK BY MIKA TAANILA (London, BRX)
the most complete international survey of Taanila's work to date. Numerous venues.


19.10 | L'AGE D'OR (Brussels, BEL)
screening several works by Frans Zwartjes; Portret Van Zwartjes by Schtinter and a live performance from the Frans Zwartjes Sound System (Mukai / Kilcoyne / Schtinter) to open L'Age D'Or.


06.10 | CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS (London, BRX)
'teaser' event for Mika Taanila's London-wide survey, with Douglas Murphy, Maria Lisogorskaya (Assemble), Louis Benassi and Stanley Schtinter.

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30.09 | WHITECHAPEL GALLERY (London, BRX)
a purge day out with Michael Moorcock, Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit, Iphgenia Baal, Adelle Stripe, Susu Laroche, Adam Christensen, Frans Zwartjes Sound System, Samira Elagoz, Stanley Schtinter and Camilo Restrepo.


08-20.09 | GALLERY 46 (London, BRX)
the House of the Last London - a group exhibition in lieu of Iain Sinclair's Last London publication, with Brian Catling, Chris Petit, Stanley Schtinter and more.


20.07 | MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL (Moscow, RUS)
Medea by Frans Zwartjes with an introduction by Schtinter.


02.06 | JERWOOD PROJECT SPACE (London, BRX)
fragments of Schtinter's Hotel Bardo in event curated by Gareth Evans.


23.05 | EYE FILMMUSEUM (Amsterdam, NL)
event marking the 90th year of Frans Zwartjes, with event-exclusive cassette tape published by purge; debut performance of the Frans Zwartjes Sound System, a work-in-progress portrait of Zwartjes by Stanley Schtinter and several Zwartjes 16mm films screened.


21.05 | LONDON CITY AIRPORT (London, BRX)
Coming Down In Berlin is a cassette recording by Chris Petit available ONLY at London City Airport on Sunday May 21 between 12:30 and 15:30.
Travellers should look for the man at Panopolis with a copy of Roger Gilbert-Lecomte's The Book Is A Ghost, and approach him with a request for 'End Times Healing'.
The cassette is a numbered edition of eight. Any remaining unsold at 15:30 will be destroyed.




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27.11 | BRITISH LIBRARY (London, BRX)
a Centennial Invocation with Alan Moore, Iain Sinclair, Barry Miles & Terry Wilson, and David Dawson.


04.11 | BURLEY FISHER BOOKS (London, BRX)
launch of I Hate The Internet by Jarett Kobek. Kobek and Iphgenia Baal in conversation and reading from their books.


02.09 | CLOSE-UP FILM CENTRE (London, BRX)
Sto Lyko (To The Wolf) with directors Aran Hughes and Christina Koutsospyrou in conversation with Stanley Schtinter.


01.09 | CLOSE-UP FILM CENTRE (London, BRX)
Frans Zwartjes' Medea, with introduction by Stanley Schtinter.


24.08 | BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE (London, BRX)
British premiere of Frans Zwartjes' epic theatre adaptation, Medea, with Fragments (short). Also launching the vinyl reissue of Music By Frans Zwartjes (purge004) on Trunk Records.


27-31.07 | SYROS FILM FESTIVAL (Syros, GR)
presenting a film-work in progress by Schtinter alongside the revisionist works of Eva Stefani.


01-31.07 | CLOSE-UP FILM CENTRE (London, BRX)
the Liberated Film Club curated and introduced by Schtinter to mark the first anniversary of London's only cinema (screening lost, banned and forgotten work). Live introductions / conversations from John Akomfrah, Tony Grisoni, Toby Jones, Shama Khanna, Mania Akbari, Gideon Koppel, Andrea Zimmerman, Ben Rivers.


07.06 | ONASSIS CULTURAL FOUNDATION (Athens, GR)
Schtinter panel participant in Structures of Feelings – The Structure of Revenge.


18.05 | BREEDER GALLERY (Athens, GR)
William E. Jones presents a selection of films, and discusses his new Alexander Iolas project.


06.02 | THE LAB (San Francisco, U.S.A.)
Schtinter presents a new restoration of Frans Zwartjes' Medea, and unseen film fragments. With M Kitchell.


04.02 | SPECTACLE THEATER (New York, U.S.A.)
Schtinter presents a new restoration of Frans Zwartjes' Medea, and unseen film fragments.


03.02 | NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (New York, U.S.A.)
The Falconer by Chris Petit & Iain Sinclair, plus footage from King Mob's Subversion In The Street of Shame events in 1994: Derek Raymond, Alan Moore, Kathy Acker, Stewart Home, Peter Whitehead. Launch of Robin Cook & Chris Petit: Subversion In The Street of Shame cassette tape.


01.02 | NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (New York, U.S.A.)
Schtinter lecture with Sukhdev Sandhu, and presenting a new restoration of Frans Zwartjes' Medea with unseen film fragments.


15.01 | CLOSE-UP FILM CENTRE (London, GBR)
Athens NOW: a symposium of radical film from contemporary Greece, curated by Schtinter.



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03.12 | WHITECHAPEL GALLERY (London, GBR)
the Liberated Film Club presents György Fehér's Twilight, and book launch of The Last of the Light: About Twilight by Peter Davidson (Reaktion Books). Curated by Stanley Schtinter & Gareth Evans.


12.10 | NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (New York, U.S.A.)
Athens NOW: a symposium of radical film from contemporary Greece, curated by Schtinter.


04.10 | HORSE HOSPITAL (London, GBR)
the Liberated Film Club presents a BAD SEX DOUBLE-BILL: La Bouche de Jean-Pierre by Lucile Hadžihalilovic & A Pool Without Water by Koji Wakamatsu. Free condoms.


03.10 | DEPTFORD CINEMA (London, GBR)
Athens NOW: a symposium of radical film from contemporary Greece.


30.09 | OPEN SCHOOL EAST (London, GBR)
the Liberated Film Club: Russian Pioneers by Alexsandr Ivanov, Yevgeni Shiffers. Introduced by Schtinter. Launch of Liberated Film Catalogue (2).


04.07 | WHITECHAPEL GALLERY (London, GBR) . . . Athens NOW: a symposium of radical film from contemporary Greece, curated by Stanley Schtinter. Launch of Endless Tape Series (Stephane Charpentier).


30.04 | CLOSE-UP FILM CENTRE (London, GBR) . . . launch of Zwartjes X Schtinter (Frans Zwartjes and Stanley Schtinter collaboration) and the first Liberated Film Catalogue. Screening work by Frans Zwartjes, Yuri Ilyenko, Dennis Hopper, Stephane Charpentier and Susu Laroche.



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18.12 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: The Unknown Man of Shandigor by Jean-Louis Roy & Dog's Dialogue by Raoul Ruiz.


13.12 | GALPON CULTURAL TTT (Buenos Aires, ARG)
purge showcase.


11.12 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: The Golden Thing by Alf Brustellin, Nicos Perakis, Edgar Reitz, Ula Stockl.


04.12 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: Three Lives by Kate Millett & Vacancy by Matthias Muller.


27.11 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: Days Of Eclipse by Alexsandr Sokurov.


20.11 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: The Chekist by Aleksandr Rogozhkin & Death Is Elsewhere by Richard Mosse.


13.11 | EMBROS THEATER (Athens, GR)
the Liberated Film Club: Twilight by György Fehér & Byrne by Susu Laroche.


23.10 | LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP (London, GBR)
publication of and launch event for Iain Sinclair's book Unlicensed Preaching: A Life Unpacked In 70 Films (contributors include Alan Moore, Chris Petit, Barrie Keeffe and Colin MacCabe). Sinclair, Petit and Susan Stenger in conversation, chaired by Gareth Evans


2-5.10 | WHITECHAPEL GALLERY / LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS (London, GBR)
Theatrum Mundi's Turning Points of Civilisation, stimulating discussion about practices spanning stage and street, using the films of Alexander Kluge as provocation.


28.09 | INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS (London, GBR)
pre-launch of Unlicensed Preaching: A Life Unpacked In 70 Films, a book documenting Iain Sinclair's 70x70 film season. Featuring Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit and Susan Stenger performing Marine Court Rendezvous, and never before seen footage from King Mob's Subversion In The Street of Shame events in 1994: Derek Raymond, Alan Moore, Kathy Acker, Stewart Home, Peter Whitehead. Also screening Iain Sinclair: 70, a short 16mm film by Stanley Schtinter (for the first and last time - a strip from the 16mm negative is included in each copy of the book).


11.09 | HORSE HOSPITAL (London, GBR)
release event for Schtinter's Liberated Filmmusic III and Horse Hospital benefit. Screening MENWITHHILL by Susu Laroche & Stanley Schtinter; Sheldon Renan's The Killing of America; Patricio Guzman's The Pinochet Case.


08.08 | BEACONS FESTIVAL (Yorkshire, GBR)
screening MENWITHHILL by Susu Laroche & Stanley Schtinter (with a new score).


17.07 | WHITECHAPEL GALLERY (London, GBR)
screening fragment from Schtinter’s Berlin Alexanderplatz: 14 Boxes (Ruin Value), with Jem Cohen's Evening's Civil Twilight in Empires of Tin.


11.07 | BERLINER FESTSPIELE: FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Berlin, GER)
Vindicatrix performs live. Ruin Value soundtrack released today.


24.06 | PURGE HQ (WW)
release of Museum of Loneliness' (Chris Petit & Emma Matthews) Lee Harvey Oswald's Last Dream in association with Dry Hump magazine.


08.06 | BARBICAN (London, GBR)
preview of Schtinter’s Berlin Alexanderplatz: 14 Boxes (Ruin Value) as part of 70x70 finale.


11.05 + 20.05 | INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS (London, GBR)
purge releases Music by Frans Zwartjes alongside a 16mm survey of his work at the ICA, curated by Schtinter. Introduction by Simona Monizza (archivist at Eye Institut, Netherlands).


04.05 | OBERHAUSEN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (Oberhausen, GER)
Museum of Loneliness presents Lee Harvey Oswald’s Last Dream. Chris Petit & Emma Matthews with Stanley Schtinter.


01.04 | APIARY STUDIOS (London, GBR)
Schtinter releases Themes from Stenberg, and introduces MacGillivray live. Pillow Talk issues Hard Drive, with contributions from Baron Mordant and Stewart Home. Screening of Spetters.



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14-17.11 | F BUILDING (London, GBR)
purge co-curation with Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace Library.


11.06.2013 - 11.06.2014 | ACROSS LONDON . . . Iain Sinclair selects 70 films to mark his 70th birthday.
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