Equal by Design: London screening

Please join us for a public screening of Equal by Design, the project film of the Equalities of Wellbeing project, followed by a Q&A and reception.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016, 7:00-9:00 PM

UCL Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre – Wilkins Building UCL Main Campus, Gower Street, London

This event is open to all. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance via Eventbrite

Equal By Design is a 25-minute documentary film about equality, wellbeing and the UK housing crisis. Made with Lone Star Productions, it examines economic and housing inequality in the UK housing crisis, with contributors from the architectural profession, national charities, journalism and academia.

The film shows how Spinoza’s theory of wellbeing and equality can be used to analyse housing and income inequalities, and how his ideas relate to post-war and current-day social housing design.

Screening supported by Urban Lab Films.

Authors: Peg Rawes and Beth Lord

Contributors:
– architects: Pete Barber, Alex Ely and Sarah Wigglesworth
– charities: Shelter and The Equality proscar price Trust
– journalist: Oliver Wainwright, The Guardian
– geographer: Danny Dorling 

Director: Adam Low
Producer: Martin Rosenbaum
Editor: Joanna Crickmay
Music: George Taylor

Running time:  c. 25mins

Martin Rosenbaum and Lone Star Productions have a distinguished record producing feature documentaries including Sophie Fiennes’s The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema and The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology with Slavoj Zizek, and Jarvis Cocker’s The Big Melt.  Films for television, in collaboration with BAFTA and Emmy Award winning director Adam Low, include: Arena: T.S. Eliot (winner of 2010 Grierson Award for Arts); Alan Bennett and the Habit of Art (winner of 2011 Royal Television Society Award for Arts); Frankenstein: A Modern Myth (Silver at 2012 Chicago Film Festival); and BBC Imagine documentary The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (2015). Martin Rosenbaum and Adam Low are currently working a major documentary about Alan Bennett and a film for BBC Imagine about the South African artist William Kentridge.

Book your ticket now at our Eventbrite page.