FILMS
INVISIBLE FILMS | TIME IS LOVE | Jan 18, 2014

INVISIBLE FILMS | TIME IS LOVE | Jan 18, 2014

  The Invisible Line Gallery is proud to host Time is Love.7, a night of films and performance curated by Kisito Assangni. Time is Love is a video project gathering several artists and filmmakers, and has traveled to major cities in the world from New York to Tehran, Paris, and now London. Preoccupied with love,...
INVISIBLE FILMS | POETS AND WARRIORS | Sep 15, 2013

INVISIBLE FILMS | POETS AND WARRIORS | Sep 15, 2013

Please join us for the fourth instalment of Invisible Films at the gallery. We have selected another unique set of short films, short docs, animation and music videos with the theme of Poets and Warriors. “Poetry in motion, poetry in art, politics, war. Sometimes things have poetry in them and possessing it gives sophistication and...
INVISIBLE FILMS | HANDMADE HOMES | April 21, 2013

INVISIBLE FILMS | HANDMADE HOMES | April 21, 2013

We are proud to be hosting the third instalment of Invisible Films, a programme where we show a selection of up-and-coming talent including short films, documentary, animation and music videos. This month’s theme is Handmade Homes, with a selection of films exploring the fleeting qualities of identity and home. At a time of hyper-globalisation, how are...
INVISIBLE FILMS | FAMILY AFFAIRS | Feb. 17, 2013

INVISIBLE FILMS | FAMILY AFFAIRS | Feb. 17, 2013

Feb 17 Doors are open at 7:00, and we screen at 7:30 The Invisible Line is proud to invite you to our second film night with a selection of up-and-coming talent in fiction, documentary, and animation. This time we explore the idea of the family– a diverse and broad interpretation of this most shared human...
INVISIBLE FILMS | Nov. 23, 2012

INVISIBLE FILMS | Nov. 23, 2012

Hackney Lullabies, ハックニーの子守唄 Director: Kyoke Miyake Hackney Lullabies is a short documentary following four mothers and their relationship with their children. An intimate account of the difficulties mothers face raising children in a new country, Miyake takes the idea of the lullaby, sung in each mother’s mother tongue, and uses it to explore questions of immigration and...