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Lost in Vagueness

Thursday 23rd November


Ten years in the making, director Sofia Olins (whose short Knit Me Some Happiness screened in Underwire 2015) lifts the curtain to reveal the story of Lost Vagueness and its creator Roy Gurvitz. Following the friendship of anti-hero Roy Gurvitz and Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis from the early 1990’s, the film retraces Britain’s sub-culture history to discover how a band of mavericks, travellers and innovators came together to form ‘Lost Vagueness’, Glastonbury’s late night decadent after party that changed the face of festivals forever.

The event will include a special performance preceding the screening, after party and a Q&A with director Sofia Olins.

Director: Sofia Olins
Executive Producer: Christopher Hird
Executive Producer: Jacqui Marson


Thursday 23 November | 6:45pm

Running time | 91 minutes, followed by a filmmaker Q&A

Venue | Curzon Aldgate, Goodman’s Fields, 2 Canter Way, London E1 8PS

Tickets | £12

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