Previously at the ICA - Films
8 Oct 2010 – 13 Oct 2010
A pair of idiosyncratic looks at a London that has long since vanished.
British free cinema gem Momma Don't Allow is a portrait of one night in a Wood Green jazz club in 1955, while in The London Nobody Knows, on-screen narrator James Mason takes us on a walking tour around the lesser-known corners of the capital.
Momma Don't Allow, dir. Karel Reisz, Tony Richardson, UK 1955, 22 mins
The London Nobody Knows, dir. Norman Cohen, UK 1967, 53 mins