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Bradford International Film Festival: Everybody Street (adv. 15)

Thursday 3 April 2014, 6pm


We’re delighted to partner again with Bradford International Film Festival this year to show Everybody Street, part of BIFF 2014's Official Selection.


Everybody Street
is a vibrant tribute to New York City’s street photographers, creators of one of the most potent art forms to have emerged from that city. Following thirteen photographers whose work has documented a changed and changing city, each hustling to capture great images: Serbian immigrant Boogie credits his ‘nonthreatening’ foreign accent for helping win the trust of his tough street gang subjects; Jill Freedman, a specialist in documenting the work of the city’s cops and firemen, takes no prisoners with her outspoken take on her city; while loquacious hip-hopper Ricky Powell talks of how he only got into this game to impress a girl that dissed him. All of these characters are fascinating talkers, whether they’re reminiscing on the various long-gone ‘golden ages’ of images available on New York’s streets, or making a living as the current gallery stars.

Director: Cheryl Dunn
Country: USA/Serbia and Montenegro
Year: 2013
Length: 83 mins
Format: Digital
Screening with: Flo (adv. 18)

Booking information

Tickets £4.00 / £3.00 concessions.
Booking advised as places are limited.
For advance tickets visit the Bradford International Film Festival website or tickets can be bought on the evening of the screening from the Welcome Desk at Impressions Gallery.

Everybody Street

Everybody Street