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PUTTY HILL at the ICA 17-30 June

In Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, David Gryn, Entertainment, Film, Film and Video, ICA, London, Putty Hill on 08/06/2011 at 12:05 pm

Putty Hill

Putty Hill at the ICA Institute of Contemporary Arts, 
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH 
17 June 2011 - 30 June 2011 
£10 / £8 Concessions / £7 ICA Members.

A young man dies of a heroin overdose
in an abandoned house in Baltimore. 
On the eve of his funeral, family and 
friends gather to commemorate his life. 
Their shared memories paint a portrait of 
a community hanging in the balance, 
skewed by poverty, city living, and 
a generational divide, united in their 
pursuit of a new American Dream.

The follow-up to Matt Porterfield's 
acclaimed directorial debut Hamilton, 
Putty Hill reveals another cross-section 
of Baltimore's dispossessed. 

Combining documentary-style interviews 
with narrative techniques, Putty Hill is 
a realist film presented in a wholly unique way. 
Improvised dialogue blends with script to create 
a natural, understated, and focused picture of a 
community on the fringes of society.

Dir Matt Porterfield, USA, 2011, 87mins

SPECIAL ARTPROJX OFFER!
GET £2 OFF FULL PRICE PUTTY HILL TICKETS
WHEN QUOTING ‘ARTPROJX MAILING LIST'
FOR THE DURATION OF THE RUN. 
OFFER ONLY VALID OVER PHONE OR IN PERSON. 

ICA BOX OFFICE 0207 930 3647 WWW.ICA.ORG.UK

DIRECT LINK FOR BOOKING 
http://www.ica.org.uk/29255/Film/Putty-Hill.html
 
DAVID GRYN
ARTPROJX
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