The Rogue Film School is not for the faint-hearted, it is for those who have travelled on foot, who have worked as bouncers in sex clubs or as wardens in a lunatic asylum, for those who are willing to learn about lock-picking or forging shooting permits in countries not favouring their projects. In short: it is for those who have a sense for poetry. For those who are pilgrims. For those who can tell a story to four-year-old children and hold their attention. For those who have a fire burning within. For those who have a dream.
George Plemper’s extensive photographic record of south London working-classlife from the 70s and early 80s, in particular childrenatRiverside school Thamesmead, was left hidden away in carrier bags for three decades. Now he’s put it on Flicker