10 Feb 2020 Back
The Street at Museum of London
Following its premiere at the BFI London Film Festival and a successful UK cinema run, Zed Nelson's acclaimed documentary The Street will recieve its last scheduled screening at the Museum of London on 23rd March.
The Museum have acquired the film as part of their permanent colleciton, and will also host a Q&A with Zed on the night.
For tickets visit thestreetfilm.com
'Accomplished. Surprising tenderness and humour' - The Times / 4 stars ****
'Brilliant and timely' - Vice / 4 stars ****
'Refreshingly complex, a revealing portrait of how gentrification is transforming everyday life' - Time Out / 4 stars ****
'Captivating' - Little White Lies / 4 stars ****
'Eye-opening. There has never been a more significant time to screen The Street' - The Upcoming / 4 stars ****
'Quietly enraging. An unmissable portrait' - The Guardian / 4 stars ****
'Thought-provoking and engaging' - Film Review / 4 stars ****
'Will strike chords across the nation. Balances wry humour with a compassion' - Radio Times / 4 stars ****
'An eye-opening portrait of the UK today. A wonderful humane film' - Songlines / 4 stars ****