A unique film space from the creators of Little Joe magazine, hosting intimate free screenings and discussions, housing a library and acting as a meeting point during Fringe!, the East London Gay Film Festival.
The Little Joe Clubhouse is a unique temporary film space from the creators of Little Joe, a magazine about queers and cinema, mostly. The Clubhouse is a specially commissioned sculptural installation, a total environment crafted in the Rich Mix’s café gallery that draws on ideas of withdrawal, defiant separatism and delicious seclusion, at once a den, a commune and a sanctuary. The Clubhouse will host free intimate screenings and discussions, house a carefully curated library and act as a meeting point and social hub over the course of one weekend during the East London Gay Film Festival, (12-15 April 2012). An expanded, interactive version of the magazine, The Little Joe Clubhouse will incorporate an eclectic programme of films as part of Little Joe's ongoing endeavour to (re)map the queer histories of cinema. Little Joe will be publishing a special limited edition publication, with contributions from the artists, filmmakers and writers who have helped select the programme, that will be on sale exclusively at the Clubhouse.