Wednesday 4 December
7.00 - 9.00pm
Borderline (dir. Kenneth MacPherson, 1930)
Influenced by the psychological realism of Pabst and Eisenstein's montage, Borderline is a closely woven narrative of racial and sexual tension, moving between the boundaries of black and white, male and female and the conscious and the unconscious. Screened to coincide with Kara Walker's exhibition and Mad, Bad and Sad at the neighbouring Freud Museum.
The film will be introduced by Karen Alexandre, Senior Tutor in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art.
See the full Mad, Bad and Sad programme here.