Chips for the Poor’s one-note guitar hero Michael is playing a live film soundtrack at the Barbican…

ISOLATION is an impressionistic documentary by Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull about the lives of soldiers returning after the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, based around the photography of Stuart Griffiths.

On Saturday 24 April at The Barbican, Cinema 1, the film will be screened with Luke’s soundtrack performed live by Luke with musicians Michael Garrad and David Stephens. Tickets are £7.50 in advance from this HERE

This event is part of the London International Documentary Festival and follows sell-out shows at the Jersey war tunnels for the Branchage festival last year and at the Roundhouse this January for the London Short Film Festival.

Here is a trailer…

Isolation Live at the Barbican from Institute For Eyes on Vimeo.

… and here’s what the people have been saying about the film:

“Isolation is an important document of the experiences of ex-soldiers told through the eyes of someone who knows”

Ken Loach

‘Visually stunning aesthetic….absolutely riveting’

Little White Lies

‘a profoundly original approach to documentary filmmaking’

Dazed & Confused

More photos by Stuart Griffiths.


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