FURY! Punk Culture

26 May - 15 June 2016

We’re looking back on four decades of punk to focus on what serious film specialists are referring to as the ‘cinematographic past of punk subculture’. The programme offers a good mix of feature films, documentaries, bands,  performances, spoken word shows, DIY films, DJs and punk poets. Our special guest is Don Letts, who was the resident DJ in 1976 when The Roxy opened and where he played punk and reggae. Letts also directed the documentary Punk Attitude (2005), the title of which inspired the retrospective in EYE.

This compilation video shows the highlights of the programme:

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The pass provides access to all Fury! performances and events on every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Price: 60 Euros only.
Limited availability!


The lineup includes: Jim Jarmusch’s debut Permanent Vacation (1980), Julien Temple’s The Great Rock ’n Roll Swindle (1980) and Abel Ferrara’s over-the-top horror flick The Driller Killer (1979), Julien Temple’s The Filth & the Fury (2000; starring Sex Pistols Rotten, Cook, Jones and their manager McLaren), The Blank Generation (1976) by the underground filmmakers Amos Poe and Ivan Král (starring Blondie, Jayne County and David Byrne) and a portrait of those brave and  brazen standard-bearers of contemporary punk, Pussy Riot, in Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer (2013), by Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin.

Full programme

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