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This event took place on Saturday 19th November
Seeing Crawley in a new way as part of an outdoor film trail
Audiences gathered to watch short films projected onto the streets of Crawley as part of videoclub’s Night Watch film trail. Five films by British and international artists were shown above shops and on buildings.
Audiences could follow the film trail as the mobile cinema moved around central Crawley, with opportunities to stop and watch, and then follow the trail to the next location. Viewers could follow the trail or just watch one film. videoclub walked films through the streets using a portable cinema.
Access: the trail covered approximately 1km, all wheelchair accessible. Films were subtitled.
The event was free to attend.
Nightwatch was part of a season to celebrate 75 years of the new town where Crawley Borough Council lit up and enlivened Crawley town centre on November 18th to 20th with lanterns and light installations in Memorial Gardens. There was a ‘Tales of Crawley’ promenade performance on the High street, bandstand entertainment, and street performances. The festive weekend ended with the annual Christmas tree lights switch-on in Queens Square on the Sunday.
videoclub is an agency working with film, video and digital culture. They believe that the challenging and poetic nature of artists’ film is perfectly placed to engage audiences hungry for visual and digital culture.
They support artists to develop new audiences and markets for their work by collaborating with UK and international arts institutions to:
Find out more about videoclub here.
Funded by Crawley Town Centre Business Improvement District and Arts Council England.