The truth. We started this space as two young people in crazy London city failing to get a job in the film industry... but still having the need to express our love for cinema.  We hope that with our projects, including the Living Room Film Club, we can bring together every kind of person who wants what we want - exploration, discovery and discussion in relaxed, free, inclusive, open events and spaces.

We want to state that this is a safe space LGBTQI+ inclusive, open minded people welcomed. It’s about aaaall the LOVE.

get in touch xx

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Daniella Verektenidi

Daniella (she/her) graduated with BA Hons in Film Studies in 2017 at the University of Kent and continued her studies by completing her Mres in Philosophy & Theory of Art at Central Saint Martins in 2019. She was one of the founding members and director of Canterbury University Film Festival (CUFF) until 2018 - a film festival celebrating the work of new talent in Canterbury. During her undergraduate degree she was programming the Gulbenkian Cinema in Canterbury, run a series of Conversations about Cinema and worked in student engagement. She is currently developing her own practice in moving image, photography and this lovely project.


Kate Frances Fahy

Kate had the sweet pleasure of befriending Daniella at the University of Kent as they worked together on a very questionable student film. Studying Film and graduating in 2016, she began to realise her passions for representation in film and arts exhibition, working for the likes of International Festival of Projections and Whitstable Biennale. After moving to Bristol she completed an MA in Contemporary Film Culture at UWE/Watershed, and honed in on neglected archive film made by marginalised groups, and community cinema. This manifested in a community screening of Barbara Hammer’s Nitrate Kisses on 16mm print, working in collaboration with Bristol Experimental and Expanded Film (BEEF) collective. Now in Brixton, she is looking for new adventures, and new projects to keep the passions alight.



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