The first major exhibition of Chantal Akerman's work in the English-speaking world opens at Ambika P3

CHANTAL AKERMAN NOW, running at Ambika P3, will be the first major English-speaking world exhibition of work by the late Chantal Akerman, the internationally celebrated filmmaker and artist. NOW runs from from 30 October–6 December 2015 and will coincide with the UK premiere of her new film, No Home Movie (2015), on Friday 30 October at Regent Street Cinema, London. No Home Movie is a video essay about her mother, Natalia, an Auschwitz survivor who died in 2014, and whose anxieties were an ongoing concern in Akerman’s work.

30 October — 6 December 2015
Ambika P3
Address: 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS
Admission Free
Opening hours: Tuesday–Fri, 11am–7pm, Sat–Sun, 12pm–6pm
Nearest Tube: Baker Street
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7911 5876


No Home Movie (2015), 115 minutes – UK première
Friday 30 October 2015, 7.30pm
Regent Street Cinema.
Tickets at, booking essential


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