Curzon x Camden Market present: Being a Human Person
Being a Human Person by Fred Scott A deeply moving documentary from Grammy-nominated director Fred Scott, Being a Human Person explores the life and work of acclaimed Swedish auteur Roy Andersson (A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Contemplating Existence, A Swedish Love Story).
Andersson’s latest film – About Endlessness – will be his last, and will thus mark the end of a major chapter in cinema. For when Roy stops making films, they will simply never be made in this way again. As with every one of his productions, it’s been a long road.
Set across a three year time period, Being a Human Person tracks the ups and downs of Roy’s unique, immersive – and at times arduous – method of filmmaking, and examines the true legacy of a master storyteller as he calls time on a career and comes to terms with his own, increasingly fragile mortality.
Doors open - 6pm
Film starts - 6:30pm
Whilst the Government is in the process of easing lockdown restrictions, it is important to remember that social distancing remains vital for limiting the spread of Covid-19. For that reason, you must keep a 1m distance from those around you who are not from the same household. There will be handsanitiser available at the point of entry and all toilet facilities are free to use.
DO I NEED TO DO ANYTHING BEFORE I ARRIVE?
Please check your tickets to make sure that they are for the correct date and time and that you have the correct number of tickets.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Train | Chalk Farm (3 min walk), Camden Town (10 min walk), Camden Road (8min
Bus | 214 from Kings Cross, 24 from Victoria, 274 from the West End, 393 from East London
IS THERE PARKING?
There is no parking available. Public transport is advised
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?
Please arrive 15/20 minutes before the start time to check in.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Remember that the screening is open-air, so dress warmly and for the weather.
WHAT HAPPENS IN BAD WEATHER?
The screen is open-air and continues come rain or shine.
Remember to dress warmly and wear something waterproof if you are worried it might rain. If weather is inclement or dangerous and the screening can't take place, we will offer you another date, dependant on availability, or a ticket for a screening at any Curzon cinema.
IS THERE FOOD AND DRINK AVAILABLE?
Yes, the market will be open as normal with various food and drink stalls to choose from.
CAN I BRING FOOD/DRINKS/ALCOHOL?
No food or drinks are allowed into the event area. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who we believe to be intoxicated. This is for your safety and the safety of others.
ARE THERE TOILETS AVAILABLE?
Yes, there are various public toilets located within the market. The closest are to the left of the entrance.