Ships, churches, car parks, roofs, drained swimming pools, bank vaults, derelict coaches… Exploding Cinema will put on a film screening just about anywhere in the UK. Well, except for actually in a cinema. It’s been 23 years since the London-based democratic collective was founded in a squatted sun tan oil factory in Brixton. Since then they’ve screened more than 1,000 films, taking in everything from French pop hits subtitled with anarchist philosophy to darkly surreal shorts. One thing remains constant: their dedication to screening everything and anything they get sent.