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The Farmiloe Building has been a glass factory and leadworks, a film set for movies and, of course, a venue for Clerkenwell Design Week.

In the last 15 years, the cavernous warehouse space has featured in Batman movies The Dark Knight and its sequel, as well as Inception, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and this year’s Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. But the Grade II-listed building in St John Street is to be transformed into offices, following a decision by Islington Council last year. Now one last series of films has been shot by the Listeners Project, which is marking the history of the 147-year-old Victorian venue. Directors were assigned a floor of the Farmiloe and each set to work on a short film, which you will be able to view on their website.
www.listenersproject.com

 

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