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Condo Cinema will be screening artists' films, including works by Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, on Sunday 17 January.

Tifkas, Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, 2014. HD video, 00.01.20, video still. Image courtesy of the artists and Arcadia Missa, London. Tifkas, Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, 2014. HD video, 00.01.20, video still. Image courtesy of the artists and Arcadia Missa, London.

A full day of artists' film screenings is set to delight your eyes and ears this weekend. Condo presents a total of twelve artists' works during three separate screenings at the Genesis Cinema in London.

Among the artists whose films will be screened throughout the day are young duo, Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings. Their new films, Vanilla and Centre Stage promise to enthrall viewers with a heady mixture of aestheticism and engaged political narratives. Quinlan and Hastings' queer art mission featured in CCQ issue 7.

You can read the full interview with the artists and see exclusive images from their project, @GayBar on Issuu:

Three screenings will take place throughout the day on Sunday, at 3.30pm, 4.20pm and 5.15pm.

Screening 1 will show work by Mathis Gasser, Nina K nneman, Hannah Perry and Judith Hopf.

Screening 2 features work by Korakrit Arunanondchai, Jala Wahid and Jonathan Pencas.

Screening 3 - in which Quinlan and Hastings' work will be shown - also showcases films by Rob Chavasse, George Henry Longly, Shana Moulton and Catherine Biocca.

Condo Cinema, Genesis Cinema The Genesis Cinema provides an intimate environment in which to gorge yourself on artists' films

The screening is hosted by Genesis Cinema in London, an intimate venue which seats 40 people. For this reason, tickets must be booked to avoid disappointment. Doors open at 3pm.

Condo Cinema will screen artists' films on Sunday 17 January 2015. The event is free but tickets must be pre-booked.

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