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1 A hardback first edition of Iain Sinclair s 70x70. Unlicensed Preaching: A Life Unpacked in 70 films. King Mob, 2014. Lavishly illustrated throughout. This being a full history of the curation, including notes and mini-essays on the chosen films, alongside interviews and conversations with Chris Petit, Andrew Kötting, Alan Moore, Gary Walkow, Colin MacCabe, Barrie Keeffe, Paul Tickell, Schtinter, Paul Smith, Susan Stenger, and Gareth Evans. 2 A copy of the 70x70 newspaper produced by King Mob. The papers were made available at venues for the original screenings. Illustrated in colour. With film notes and introduction by Iain Sinclair. 3 Relic. Unique frames of film shot by Stanley Schtinter, in Hackney, on the morning of Iain Sinclair s 70th birthday. Frames are preserved with 70x70 card in glassine envelope. 4 DVD. Subversion in the Street of Shame. Highlights from the 1994 Disobey event at the Bridewell Theatre. Never-before-seen footage documenting the last public readings of Robin Cook and Kathy Acker, as well as the first Moon and Serpent performance by Alan Moore. Other performers include Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit and John Healy. Presented in a specially designed sleeve with cover images of Brian Catling and group portrait of Bridewell performers. 5 DVD. Marine Court Rendezvous. Directed by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair. With soundtrack by Susan Stenger. Originally presented in 2008 at the Sketch Gallery as a 12-screen video installation, Marine Court Rendezvous is a documentary-fiction shot in and around the 1930s ghost-ship building in St Leonards-on-Sea. Presented in specially designed sleeve with grid of images from film. 6 CD. Hackney Ghosts. Original audio by Susan Stenger, installed and performed, in collaboration with Iain Sinclair, as Hackney Ascension Day at St Augustine s Tower, on March 21st 2009. Presented in specially designed sleeve. 7 CD. Berlin Alexanderplatz: 14 Boxes/Ruin Value. Original score to film of the same name composed and produced by Vindicatrix, to celebrate journey from London to Berlin to collect film print for 70x70 screening of Rainer Werner Fassbinder s Berlin Alexanderplatz. Directed by Schtinter, featuring Iain Sinclair and Martin Mueller. In specially designed sleeve.
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