A station, a stop or two away from London sits a shop that is only open once or twice a year – its specialty are books but it also sells things.
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Books +Things, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Jessica Sarah Rinland is a filmmaker based south of London. She also works part-time as a projectionist in the city. Her work has been broadcasted, exhibited and screened at various film festivals including NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011 and a collaborative screening with Jonas Mekas at Curzon Soho Cinema in London.
 

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Everyone should visit this absurd restaurant once in their lifetime. Its over-priced, mediocre food but the decor and ambiance is like nothing else in theatrics and campery. You are met on arrival by a white velour 'napkin' artfully screwed up on your diner plate. Absorbent, not? Fabulously awful, yes.
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This is a little general but there’s so many great cinemas in London, I can’t choose just one. I probably go to Screen on the Green most often as it’s nearby and shows great films, has really comfortable armchairs and serve drinks to your seat as well as hosting director Q&As and late night screenings. Other favourites include: Curzon Mayfair, Renoir, NFT, Barbican and Prince Charles cinema where I’ve been to a great Movie Maths triple bill; RoboCop + The Raid = Dredd. I can’t get rid of anything so compile all my tickets in a file chronologically, which also serves as a map of where I was living at any one time; depending on which cinemas I frequented the most.
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It is an independent arts organisation in Elephant and Castle. It is one of the best venue for electronic music in London. On Tuesdays Boiler Room, best DJs for free with guest list.
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The best thing about any charity shop is that you never know what you are going to find. I have a well tested route around London that includes all of my favourite charity shops. This Oxfam has a great selection of books and often turns up some interesting clothes too.
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When I first took up photography I knew it was something I wanted to do but was unsure of what I wanted to take photos off. I started out by mainly photographing London's graffiti and street art. Graffiti isn’t tolerated in London as much as in other cities (such as Berlin or Lisbon) but it has a long history in the capital and if you know where to look there's a lot of it around. Some of the best street artists and graffiti writers in the world either live in or travel to London to use it as a canvas. It's not something I photograph so much anymore but I still admire those who do it. The risks involved and their dedication are truly remarkable. I always wish I had the balls and the talent to try it myself.
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