Little Joe (www.littlejoemagazine.com),
a magazine about queers and cinema, mostly, is hosting a rare, 35mm
screening of Cindy Sherman's first and only feature film OFFICE
KILLER (1997) at the Rio Cinema in Dalston this Saturday, as part
of their A Little Film Club.
OFFICE KILLER is delightfully perverse caricature of how
staff downsizing and the introduction of email drive mousy
secretary Dorine (Carol Kane) to start murdering her colleagues.
Featuring chain-smoking, power-suits and Molly Ringwald, the film
is a 90s horror gem waiting to be retrieved from cinema's spam
folder. The Rio's bar will be open before the screening for
refreshments. Little Joe have created a limited-edition poster that
will be available to purchase at the event. Ticket holders also
receive discounted entry to Dirtbox at Vogue Fabrics after the
A Little Film Club alternates between the Cinema Museum in
Kennington and the Rio Cinema in Dalston and develops the concept
of the magazine into an unique space for the exhibition and
discussion of films that inspire alternative discourse.
Incorporating an eclectic programme of films mapping the
subterranean queer canon of cinema, the screenings also feature
extended introductions, discussions and social events.
Little Joe's A Little Film Club is supported by Film London's
Community Pilot Fund through National Lottery Funding on behalf of
Little Joe presents Cindy Sherman's OFFICE KILLER
Saturday 28 April 2012, 11.30pm
Rio Cinema, 103-107 Kingsland High Street, London, E8 2PB
£7.50 / free for Film Club members
Tickets available online at http://littlejoeofficekiller.eventbrite.co.uk/