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The Screen at Contemporary American Rebel: Outsiders and loners in nine classic films - My Own Private Idaho (1991) dir. Gus Van Sant

The Space, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham
Wednesday 22nd Nov 2017
Doors: 6:00pm
Starts: 6:30pm
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This season of the screen at Contemporary we travel across the north, the south, the byways, highways, cities and suburbs to explore the other, the outsider, the misfit and the loner of American Cinema. Join us.

Based loosely on Shakespeare’s Henry IV, this early example of the New Queer Cinema follows two sex workers – a narcoleptic and a rebellious rich boy – as they set off on a journey through America’s dives, crooks and hustlers. Dreamy and sublime, it is one of the most original road movies ever made.

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Weekday Cross
Nottingham
UK
NG1 2GB

Accessibility Information

Nottingham Contemporary is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities from the main entrance on Weekday Cross. The main gallery, small collections room and shop are all on street level with access to the Cafe.Bar.Contemporary and The Space available via an internal lift.

The Nottingham Contemporary is one of the best connected art centres in the country with links to all major transport routes. The gallery is next to the Lace Market Tram Stop, five minutes from Nottingham Rail Station and the Green NCT bus routes and is only a few minutes walk from the city centre and Broadmarsh Shopping Centre. It's one of the country's easiest galleries to get to. You can't miss the green and gold building opposite the Weekday Cross monument.

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